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Donna Harris

is currently the Public Information Representative (PIR) for the US Postal Inspection Service in New York. Donna has been in her current position for over 3 years, and has worked at the United States Postal Service and its law enforcement agencies for almost 29 years. Donna began her career as a city letter carrier in NJ and moved through the agency to become the Manager of two Operations Support Groups, one in Bala Cynwyd and the other in Chicago. In 2006 Donna moved to Virginia, where she served in the position of Manager, Business Services, and in 2011 she moved back to “city that never sleeps” to her current position, PIR. Donna also hosts a podcast that can be found on iTunes, the New York Crime Chronicles that focuses on consumer fraud prevention.

 

Did You Know…The United States Postal Inspection Service is the law enforcement arm of the Postal Service. Their agency has been around since the early 1700s, whose mission is to ensure the integrity of the mail and the Postal Service by providing investigative, security, and preventive services, and by enforcing federal statutes that protect the mail, postal employees, customers, and assets.


NAGC Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards

Previous Winners

 

Award Judges Orientation Webinar: webinar recording | webinar presentation

(NOTE: To view on MAC, use Safari web browser.)

 

Call for Entries Closed Jan. 23, 2015

 

The Call for Entries closed on Jan. 23, 2015. Winners in the NAGC 2015 Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards Competition will be announced at the 2015 NAGC Communications School.

About the Awards Competition

This annual international awards program recognizes superior government communication products and those who produce them. We continue to listen to feedback from our industry to ensure that our categories reflect the changing face of communications.

 

The number of opportunities to share your best work, innovation, creativity and use of technology may surprise you. The following examples show the range of opportunities in more than 40 categories, with one winner awarded Best in Show:

 

  Publications
Media Relations
Photography
Graphic Design

Video, Multimedia
Electronic Communications
Social Media
Branding

 

A FREE Webinar was held on Nov. 5 on "How to Win a Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Award"

If you missed the webinar, you can download or view it here to get tips on from winners and judges on how to submit a winning entry. (NOTE: To view on MAC, use Safari web browser.)


NAGC Announces 2014 Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Award Winners!
Rocky View County Communications Award Best in Show

Press Release

NAGC 2014 Awards Program (with complete list of winners)

Additional Award Order Form for 2014

 

Visit the 2014 NAGC Awards Presentation Photo Gallery

 



Learn About Past Winners of NAGC Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards

(2006-2013)

 

Quotes from Past Winners:

 

"The Blue Pencil & Gold Screen Awards not only honor the creative excellence of our team members, but demonstrate to our top executives that the work we do is high quality, effective and deserving of continued support." - Sue Sims, Public Affairs Association, California Department of Water Resources

Why Enter the NAGC Blue Pencil/Gold Screen Awards?
Just ask Barbara Page...

"Last year I won a Blue Pencil Award for The Book of Air. Apparently, the government of Australia was impressed and invited me to be the keynote speaker and workshop facilitator at their Government Marketing Conference in Canberra. So I'm off to Australia due to [NAGC]. Thought you might like to know. I am also working on an IMAX film on air that is a wonderful project and funded by EPA." - Barbara Page, Ventura, California