Federal News Radio has just recognized the contributions to public service of one of USAID’s own: Sabrina M. Segal, an Attorney Advisor, is among a number of people being honored with an inaugural Causey Award.
Ms. Segal is being recognized for her outstanding contributions to the Human Capital Management field. The new award is named after Mike Causey, who spent a long career dedicated to reporting on federal workforce management and federal workforce management and federal pay benefits issues.
Ms. Segal designed and developed Ethipedia, an ethics-focused wiki for USAID employees and an online collaboration space. Built with open-source software, Ethipedia gives our team members 24-hour access to up-to-date ethics information. It also allows them to post questions or have conversations with ethics advisors no matter where in the world they work. USAID is proud of its ethics training program, and this tool has been a low-cost value-added component to an already award-winning program.
For more information on the Causey Award, an MP3 of a radio interview with Sabrina Segal click here.