Major General David E. Quantock presented Mr. John G. Hargitt the Superior Civilian Service Award for his meritorious service in receiving the II PEG's full endorsement of the resourcing requirements for the Army's law enforcement program and the Secretary of the Army's approval of the Army Directive for Sharing Soldier's Criminal History with Commanders.Major General Quantock also presented Ms. Katherine E. Brennan the Commander's Award for Civilian Service for her outstanding achievement, cooperative spirit and technical proficiency during the drafting, coordination and implementation of the Department of the Army Directive, authorizing the sharing of Soldiers' Criminial Information with Commaders.Mr. Hargitt and Ms. Brennan's efforts resulted in release/approval of the Secretary of the Army Directive authorizes Brigade-level commanders to receive newly assigned Soldiers' Criminal History Reports obtained from criminal records stored in Army law enforcement reporting systems. Criminal History Reports will contain founded offenses, to include any known adjudication, occurring during the past 5 years.