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Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership

List of Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership recipients is a compilation of United States government executives who have received the Jones Award from the American University School of Public Affairs, an institution of higher education and research located in Washington, D.C. that grants academic degrees in fields such as political science, public administration, public policy, and justice, law and society. First awarded in 1978,[1] the award has been presented every year since then to two United States federal career executives who have shown leadership in the training of federal government managers and executives and in organizational abilities.[2]

Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership
Awarded for U.S. Federal government executive leadership
Sponsored by American University School of Public Affairs
Location Washington, D.C.
Country United States
First awarded 1978
Most awards United States Department of Health and Human Services
Official website american.edu

The awards namesake, Roger W. Jones (1908 – 1993), was a federal civil servant who helped direct the Office of Management and Budget in the 1940s and 1950s.[3] In 1978, Bernard Rosen, a former United States Civil Service Commission executive director, graduate instructor at the American University, and subsequent author of the 1984 book Holding Government Bureaucracies Accountable,[4] helped start American University's Roger W. Jones Award for Executive Leadership in federal government.[5] In 2002, Victor J. Ferlise, United States Army Deputy to the Commanding General, Communications Electronic Command, received the award on September 24, which marked the 25th anniversary of the award.[6]

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Award recipientsEdit

Sortable table
Year Recipient Recipient department when received award Recipient position when received award Note
1978   Norman Carlson United States Department of Justice Director of the Bureau of Prisons [1]
Edwin C. Kilgore National Aeronautics and Space Administration Director of Management Operation, Langley Research Center [1]
1979   Christopher C. Kraft National Aeronautics and Space Administration Director, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center [7]
Dale R. McOmber Office of Management and Budget Assistant Director, Budget Review
1980   Harry S. Havens General Accounting Office Assistant Comptroller General for Program Evaluation [8]
  Francis J. Mulhern United States Department of Agriculture Administrator of the Animal and Plant Health Inspection Service
1981   William R. Lucas National Aeronautics and Space Administration Marshall Flight Center, Director [2]
Charles V. Yarbrough United States Veterans Administration Director, Management Support [2]
1982 G. Phillips Hanna Office of Management and Budget Deputy Division Chief for Human Resources, Veterans, and Labor [9]
William C. Watson Jr. United States Department of Health and Human Services Deputy Director, Centers for Disease Control [10]
1983   David O. Cooke United States Department of Defense Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Administration [11]
Joyce J. Walker Office of Management and Budget Deputy Associate Director for Transportation, Commerce, and Housing
1984 Stanley Goldberg United States Department of the Treasury Assistant Commissioner, Returns and Information Processing, Internal Revenue Service
Gerald J. Mossinghoff United States Postal Service Assistant Secretary and Commissioner for Patents and Trademarks [12]
1985 Robert L. Trachtenberg United States Department of Health and Human Services Deputy Administrator, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration [13]
  Robert J. Eichelberger United States Department of the Army Director, U.S. Army Ballistic Research Laboratory [14]
1986 William E. Douglas United States Department of the Treasury Commissioner, Financial Management Service [15]
  Earle L. Messere United States Navy Technical Director, Naval Underwater Systems Center, Newport [16]
1987 John R. Simpson United States Department of the Treasury Director, U.S. Secret Service, and President of INTERPOL [17]
Milton J. Socolar General Accounting Office Special Assistant to the Comptroller General [18]
1988 Vernon N. Houk United States Department of Health and Human Services Director, Center for Environmental Health and Injury Control, Centers for Disease Control
Raymond G. Kammer United States Department of Commerce Deputy Director, National Bureau of Standards [19]
1989 Joseph R. Caraveo United States Postal Service Regional Postmaster General, Western Region
  Richard A. Clarke United States Department of State Deputy Assistant Secretary for Regional Affairs, Bureau of Intelligence and Research
1990 James L. Blum Congressional Budget Office Assistant Director for Budget Analysis [20]
Stephen E. Higgins United States Department of the Treasury Director, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, and Firearms [21]
1991 Thomas S. McFee United States Department of Health and Human Services Assistant Secretary for Personnel Administration [22]
  Joseph L. Moore United States Department of Veterans Affairs Director, Veterans Affairs Medical Center, Chicago
1992   Aaron Cohen National Aeronautics and Space Administration Director, Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center [23]
J. Dexter Peach General Accounting Office Assistant Comptroller General, Resources, Community, and Economic Development Program [24]
1993   Walter Dowdle United States Department of Health and Human Services Deputy Director, Centers for Disease Control
Eva C. Ugarkovich United States Air Force Director of Financial Management
1994 James J. Devine National Security Agency Deputy Director for Support Services
  Ruth Kirschstein United States Department of Health and Human Services Deputy Director, National Institutes of Health [25]
1995 Joan Dempsey United States Department of Defense Director, National Military Intelligence Production Center [26]
Janet Shikles General Accounting Office Assistant Comptroller General for Health, Education, and Human Services [27]
1996   Frank Almaguer United States Agency for International Development Deputy Assistant Administrator for Human Resources [28]
Nancy George United States Postal Service Vice President for the Northeast Area [29]
1997 John Dyer Social Security Administration Acting Principal Deputy Commissioner
  J. Wayne Littles National Aeronautics and Space Administration Director, George C. Marshall Space Flight Center [30]
1998 Virginia S. Bales United States Department of Health and Human Services Deputy Director, National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, Centers for Disease Control
William J. Henderson United States Postal Service Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer [31]
1999 John E. Sirmalis United States Navy Technical Director, Naval Undersea Warfare Center [32]
Robert S. Winokur National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Assistant Administrator for Satellite and Information Services [33]
2000   Charles P. Nemfakos United States Navy Deputy Under Secretary for Institutional Strategic Planning [34]
Janet Woodcock United States Department of Health and Human Services Director, Center of Drug Evaluation and Research Food and Drug Administration [35]
2001 Paul D. Barnes Social Security Administration Deputy Commissioner for Human Resources [36]
Arthur J. Murton Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Director, Division of Insurance [37][38]
2002 Victor J. Ferlise United States Army Deputy to the Commanding General, Communications Electronic Command [6][39]
Kenneth M. Pusateri Defense Nuclear Facilities Safety Board General Manager [40]
2003 Larry G. Massanari Social Security Administration Regional Commissioner [41]
James Randolph Farris United States Department of Health and Human Services Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, Regional Administrator [42]
2004   Jennifer C. Buck United States Department of Defense Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for Reserve Affairs [43]
  Michael J. Zamorski Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation Director, Division of Supervision and Consumer Protection [37][44]
2005   Sheila M. Earle Office of the Secretary of Defense Acting Principal Director for Military Personnel Policy [45]
Marvin E. Gunn Jr. United States Department of Energy Manager of the Office of Science, Chicago Office [45]
2006   David M. Altwegg Office of the Secretary of Defense Deputy for Agency Operations, Missile Defense Agency [46][47]
  William H. Gimson III United States Department of Health and Human Services Chief Operating Officer, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [46]
2007   MaryAnn Musumeci United States Department of Veterans Affairs Director, James J. Peters Veterans Affairs Medical Center–Bronx [48]
  John E. Potter United States Postal Service Postmaster General and Chief Executive Officer [48]
2008   Thomas A. Betro United States Department of the Navy Director, Naval Criminal Investigative Service [49]
  Theresa M. Whelan United States Department of Defense Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense for African Affairs [49]
2009   Gene L. Dodaro Government Accountability Office Comptroller General of the United States [50]
Linda E. Stiff United States Department of the Treasury Deputy Commissioner for Services and Enforcement, Internal Revenue Service [50]
2010   Kenneth E. Baker United States Department of Energy Principle Assistant Deputy Administrator, National Nuclear Security Administration, Office of Defense Nuclear Nonproliferation [51]
  Peggy A. Forcarino United States Department of Commerce Deputy Commissioner for Patents, U.S. Patent and Trademark Office [51]
2011   Margaret Gilligan Federal Aviation Administration Associate Administrator [52]
  John A. Montgomery United States Department of the Navy Director of Research, Naval Research Laboratory [52][53]
2012   Thomas L. Mesenbourg Jr. United States Census Bureau Acting Director [54][55]
  David Wennergren United States Department of Defense Assistant Deputy Chief Management Officer [55]
2013   David A. Bray Federal Communications Commission Chief Information Officer [3]
  Brian Persons United States Department of the Navy Assistant Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Warfare Systems [3]

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