The Employee Recognition Committee will evaluate the nominees on the basis of the information presented by the nominator, with particular attention to the following factors:
- The complexity of the problem(s) addressed.
- The measurable improvements in management technology or methodology resulting from the nominee’s accomplishments.
- Use of original, innovative, or creative approaches in difficult or new situations.
- Impact of contributions. Extent of long-term benefit of the nominee’s accomplishments on the efficiency, effectiveness, and economy of judicial operations.
- Demonstrated commitment to policies and programs, which foster effective human and organizational relationships, including equality of opportunity.
- The perception of others toward the person as a role model to motivate and inspire others.