SDDC employee recipient of Dellamonica Award
May 28, 2013
SCOTT AIR FORCE BASE, Ill.-- Jamie Hagemeyer of Military Surface Deployment and Distribution Command's Global Container Management Office was named one of the recipients of the 2012 Louis Dellamonica Award for Outstanding U.S. Army Materiel Command Personnel of the Year.
Military personnel and civilians under the General Officer and Senior Executive Service rank are considered from AMC's approximately 70,000 employees.
Only those who have significantly contributed to AMC's mission and overarching goals and objectives for the year will be honored. Nominees are judged on how their initiatives measurably improve their work environment and AMC's mission, how they motivate and inspire fellow employees to improve or increase the quality of their own work, and how well they are viewed by
peers, subordinates, and supervisors.
Hagemeyer has worked for SDDC as a transportation management specialist since her completion of the Department of the Army Civilian Logistics Intern Program in 2009.
In the GCM office, Hagemeyer investigates discrepancies in container delivery reports and turns the data into usable information. She then coordinates with other traffic managers and stakeholders around the globe to rectify container delivery issues. She also produces a newsletter for the
Container Management community in an effort to educate users on best practices.
According to her supervisor, Mark LaRue, Hagemeyer is energetic and aggressive in her passion for public service, support to the Warfighter and seeking methods to reduce government expenditures.
This annual award is presented in honor of Louis Dellamonica, a general engineer who worked at the Hawthorne Army Depot for 65 years. His career exemplifies integrity, innovation, leadership, and outstanding dedication to AMC's mission.