- Department of the Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award
Department of the Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award
Outstanding Civilian Service Award medal
Awarded by Department of the Army Country United States Type Civil award Eligibility any Federal Government officials at the policy development level, and technical personnel who serve the Army in an advisory capacity or as consultants. Awarded for For outstanding service that makes a substantial contribution or is of significance to the Army or to a major Army command Statistics Established January 1959 Precedence Next (higher) Secretary of the Army Public Service Award Next (lower) Commander's Award for Public Service
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The Outstanding Civilian Service Award is the third highest honor within the Department of the Army Civilian Awards scheme, that the United States Department of the Army can bestow upon a private citizen.
The Secretary of the Army or a major commander may award this medal to eligible recipients, including civilians not employed by the Army or Army contractors (who are eligible for Army honorary awards), military personnel, Federal Government officials at the policy development level, and technical personnel who serve the Army in an advisory capacity or as consultant, for "outstanding service that makes a substantial contribution or is of significance to the Major Command concerned."
The Secretary of the Army or a major commander may award this medal for outstanding service that makes a substantial contribution or is of significance to the major Army command concerned.
(Commanders of Major Army commands may redelegate approval authority for this award to any commander in the rank of Major General or above.)
Outstanding Civilian Service Award honors consist of a bronze medal, lapel button, and citation certificate. Not to be confused with the Department of the Army Superior Civilian Service Award which is the third highest award that the Army bestows upon government civilian servants or government civilians (DoD, etc.) that support the mission objectives of the United States Army.
- William Atwater - author and former Director of the United States Army Ordnance Museum
- BG Albert Bryant, Jr., USA (Ret.)
- E.N.J. Carter - creator of the "Be All You Can Be" slogan
- William S. Jordan, Jr., M.D. - recipient of two awards
- SMA Richard A. Kidd, USA (Ret.) - former Sergeant Major of the Army
- Audie Murphy - most decorated US Army soldier in WWII 
- Francis Joseph Murray (mathematician) - Mathematician known for his foundational work on functional analysis
- Mark Pfeifle - former top national security advisor and communicator for President George W. Bush.
- Emil Skodon - former United States Ambassador to Brunei and a career foreign service officer.
- Michael A. Watson, - Chairman, USO Council of Georgia
- Charles Zabriskie Jr., USA (Ret.) - For service to Vermont National Guard
- John P. Roure - President and Founder of Operation Enduring Support
- ^ The United States of America: Department of the Army Outstanding Civilian Service Award, Medals of the World, Megan C. Robertson, 8 September 2007.
- ^ "Outstanding Civilian Service Award". Army Public Service Awards. The Institute of Heraldry.
- ^ The Outstanding Civilian Service Award,Management-Employee Relations Program, US Army Civilian Personnel Online, 6/20/2006.
- ^ "DECORATIONS Military Awards Earned by Audie Murphy". Audie L. Murphy Memorial Website. Audie Murphy Research Foundation. http://www.audiemurphy.com/decorations007.htm. Retrieved 2011-07-10.
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