On December 14, 2007, Associate Vice President Chris Ahoy received the phone message that Iowa State University Facilities Planning and Management was awarded the Iowa Recognition for Performance Excellence Silver achievement award for the third year in a row.
This award recognizes the ongoing efforts of the FP&M organization in realizing its purpose of developing, operating, and maintaining facilities to serve the University community. It also serves to endorse the efforts of the organization on its quest to achieve the vision of becoming world-class. All FP&M staff can take pride in this achievement.
The Iowa Recognition for Performance Excellence (IRPE) is an assessment process based on a fifty page application telling the FP&M story along with a site visit by a review team to examine the practices utilized by the FP&M organization. Over the past years, FP&M as been an active participant in not only applying for the review, but also providing a large number of staff as volunteers to be examiners for other IRPE participants. FP&M also received the 2004 and 2006 IRPE Leadership commitment award.
FP&M and other award recipients
formally recognized on February 21, 2008 at the Hy-Vee Center in West Des Moines.
This is FP&Mís third Silver Achievement award.
In 2007, the organization sent a delegation back in March of this year to represent and receive the IRPE 2006 Silver Achievement award in recognition of FP&Mís best practices.
In 2006, the organization sent a delegation back in March of this year to represent and receive the IRPE 2005 Silver Achievement award in recognition of FP&Mís best practices.
This is the fourth award in a row from IRPE since gaining the Bronze Achievement in 2004.
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