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2013 Winners for Accomplishments performed in FY 2012

 

COPERNICUS AWARD

For Accomplishments performed in FY 2014

 

The U.S. Naval Institute and AFCEA International are honored to recognize individuals each year who are selected based on their sustained superior performance in a C4I/IT-related job.  The selections are made by board of judges who review applications from the departments of the Navy and Coast Guard, including active duty and civilians. USNI and AFCEA present the awards at one of their annual conferences held in either San Diego (February 10-12, 2015) or Baltimore MD (May 5-7, 2015).


NOMINATION PROCESS INSTRUCTIONS  

  • The Deputy Chief of Naval Operations for Information Dominance in partnership with the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association (AFCEA) and the United States Naval Institute (USNI) announce the request for nominations for the fiscal year 2014 Copernicus Award. 
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    Nomination Instructions
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  • The nomination deadline is 3 November 2014.  Nominations received after the nomination deadline will not be considered.

 

  • The nomination summary of action must highlight specific, demonstrable contribution(s) to the advancement of command, control, communications, computers, and intelligence (C4I), information systems, or information warfare.  Contributions need not be technical in nature, but may arise from doctrinal, financial, organizational, or other dimensions of information systems.  The contribution should demonstrate exceptional initiative, leadership and insight within the nominee's area of expertise.  The summary of action must be limited to 500 words or less.

  • Classified nominations will not be accepted.

  • Nominations must be signed and submitted by the Commanding Officer/Officer in Charge following the format outlined below.

  • Submit your nomination to LT Ashley Adewuyi (USN), OPNAV N2/N6C1 email (preferred method) in portable document format (PDF)
       
  • Regular mail:
    DEPUTY CHIEF OF NAVAL OPERATIONS OPNAV N2N6
    ATTN:  LT Ashley Adewuyi (USN)
    NSF-Arlington; RM: 3J250
  • Arlington, VA  22204

    NOMINATION FORMAT - click here
  • NOTE:  Due to mail handling procedures, please allow a minimum of three weeks for CONUS and four weeks for OCONUS nominations to reach OPNAV.

 

        



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