Other than suggestion awards and incentive pay unit awards, agencies shall have the
authority to recognize employees, either individually or as a class, for accomplishments
including outstanding achievements, safety performance, longevity, outstanding public
service, or service as employee suggestion evaluators and implementors. Recognition awards may not exceed two hundred dollars in value per award. Such awards may include, but not be limited to, cash or such items as pen and desk
sets, plaques, pins, framed certificates, clocks, and calculators. Award costs shall be paid by the agency giving the award. From February 15, 2010, through June 30, 2013, recognition awards may not be given
in the form of cash or cash equivalents such as gift certificates or gift cards.
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