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1ATTORNEY GENERAL’S ANNUAL AWARDS RECIPIENTS ANNOUNCED

Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales has selected the following individuals as the
recipients of the Attorney General’s 53rd Annual Awards. Congratulations to the awards
recipients!

DOJ employees in the Washington Metropolitan Area are invited to attend the awards
ceremony, which will be held on Wednesday, August 31, 2005, 2 pm, at Constitution Hall.
Departmental identification is required for entry. Shuttle service will be provided from the
Robert F. Kennedy Main Justice Building.

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR EXCEPTIONAL SERVICE

This is the Department’s highest award for employee performance, accompanied by a cash award
of $6,000. Two Exceptional Service Awards will be presented this year.

AWARD: Prosecution of Ahmed Abdel Sattar, Mohammed Yousry, and


Lynne Stewart
RECIPIENTS: Andrew S. Dember
Supervisory Assistant U.S. Attorney
Robin L. Baker
Anthony S. Barkow
Christopher J. Morvillo
Assistant U.S. Attorneys
Elizabeth M. Bedner
Lillie A. Grant
Paralegal Specialists
Southern District of New York
Richard W. Kelly
Assistant Special Agent In Charge
Scott L. Kerns
Steven E. Sorrells
Philip A. Swabsin
Kimberley A. Whittle
Special Agents
Nabila Banout
Victoria Benjamin
Language Specialists
New York Division
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Louis A. Napoli
Detective
New York Police Department

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AWARD: Highly sensitive investigation
RECIPIENTS: Kaiser Gill
Sean P. Clark
Special Agents
New York Division
Adam S. Cohen
James F. Farley
Dennis M. Wagner, Jr.
Supervisory Special Agents
Brett A. Graham
Mollie M. Loeffler
Debra A. Manchas
Debra S. Bennett
Monique C. Anderson
Brandon Beach
Intelligence Analysts
Counterterrorism Division
Sean Joyce
Supervisory Special Agent
Dallas Division
Albert Joseph Holl
Supervisory Special Agent
Houston Division
Joseph Hummel
Supervisory Special Agent
London Office
Federal Bureau of Investigation

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR EXCEPTIONAL HEROISM

This award, to be accompanied by a cash award of $5,000, recognizes an extraordinary act of


courage and voluntary risk of life during the performance of official duties. One Exceptional
Heroism Award will be presented this year.

AWARD: Arrest of an Afghan terrorist


RECIPIENTS: Jeffrey J. Higgin
Assistant Country Attache
Afghanistan
Timothy Sellers
Supervisory Criminal Investigator
El Paso Field Division
Drug Enforcement Administration

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THE MARY C. LAWTON LIFETIME SERVICE AWARD

This award recognizes employees who have served at least twenty years in the Department and
who have demonstrated high standards of excellence and dedication throughout their careers.
This award is presented only in exceptional circumstances to those individuals of special merit
and is not awarded to express general appreciation for tenure alone. This award is accompanied
by a cash award of $2,000. One Mary C. Lawton Award will be presented this year.

AWARD: Career legal accomplishments


RECIPIENT: Mildred L. Seidman
Chief
Court of Federal Claims Section
Tax Division

THE WILLIAM FRENCH SMITH AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS


TO COOPERATIVE LAW ENFORCEMENT

The William French Smith Award for Outstanding Contributions to Cooperative Law
Enforcement is an honorary award granted to recognize State and local law enforcement officials
who have made significant contributions to cooperative law enforcement endeavors. No
monetary recognition accompanies this award. One William French Smith Award will be
presented this year.

AWARD: Efforts of the Greater Rochester Violent Crime Team


RECIPIENTS: Scott R. Deming
Thomas P. Janus
Investigators
John Brennan
Officer
Thomas A. Janssen
Sergeant
Rochester Police Department

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR MERITORIOUS PUBLIC SERVICE

This award is the top public service award granted by the Department and is designed to
recognize the most significant contributions of citizens and organizations who have assisted the
Department in the accomplishment of its mission and objectives. No monetary recognition
accompanies the award. One Meritorious Public Service Award will be presented this year.

AWARD: Assistance in solving a child abduction case


RECIPIENT: Matthew J. Dixon
Sweet Home, Oregon

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THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR DISTINGUISHED SERVICE

This is the Department’s second highest award for employee performance, accompanied by a
cash award of $3,500. Ten Distinguished Service Awards will be presented this year.

AWARD: Accomplishments in Operation Baja Kings


RECIPIENTS: Monica S. Abrell
Matthew Boyden
James T. Bohn
Laurencio C. Brito
James K. Christiansen
Julio C. Cordero
Enrique J. Olivas
C. Jay Rhoden
Special Agents
El Paso Division
Daniel J. Sacchini
Supervisory Special Agent
Mexico Resident Office
Federal Bureau of Investigation
John L. Roberts
Resident Agent In Charge
Ciudad Juarez Resident Office
Mexico-Central America Division
Stacy D. Zinn
Group Supervisor
El Paso Division
Drug Enforcement Administration
Marcela Gil
Detective
El Paso Police Department

AWARD: Trials challenging the constitutionality of the Partial-Birth


Abortion Act
RECIPIENTS: Anthony J. Coppolino
Special Litigation Counsel
Terry M. Henry
W. Scott Simpson
Senior Trial Counsel
Kaija M. Clark
Preeya M. Noronha
Andrew I. Warden

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Trial Attorneys
Federal Programs Branch
Marleigh D. Dover
Assistant Branch Director
Teal Luthy Miller
Catherine Y. Hancock
Attorneys
Appellate Staff
Civil Division
Mark T. Quinlivan
Assistant U.S. Attorney
District of Massachusetts
Sheila M. Gowan
Senior Litigation Counsel
Sean H. Lane
Elisabeth Wolstein
Joseph A. Pantoja
Assistant U.S. Attorneys
Southern District of New York

AWARD: Advocating the Government’s position on Federal Sentencing


Guidelines
RECIPIENTS: Michael R. Dreeben
Deputy Solicitor General
Lisa S. Blatt
John P. Elwood
James A. Feldman
Dan Himmelfarb
Assistants to the Solicitor General
Office of the Solicitor General
Nina S. Goodman
Demetra D. Lambros
Stephan E. Oestreicher, Jr.
Steven L. Lane
Joseph C. Wyderko
Michael A. Rotker
Elizabeth A. Olson
Trial Attorneys
Patty M. Stemler
Chief
Kathleen A. Felton
Deputy Chief
Appellate Section

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Criminal Division

AWARD: Policy guidance in firearms and explosives, sentencing policy, and


the President’s DNA Initiative
RECIPIENT: Richard A. Hertling
Deputy Assistant Attorney General
Office of Legal Policy

AWARD: Contributions to the Department’s victories in U.S. v. Microsoft Corp.


RECIPIENTS: Kenneth Heyer

Economic Director of Enforcement


James J. O’Connell, Jr.
Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General
Office of the Assistant Attorney General
Renata B. Hesse
Chief
Patricia A. Brink
Jessica N. Butler-Arkow
Joan Farragher
Kenneth W. Gaul
Philip A. Giordano
Aaron D. Hoag
N. Scott Sacks
Adam T. Severt
Jeffrey J. VanHooreweghe
Trial Attorneys
Networks and Technology Enforcement Section
George A. Rozanski
Chief
Wayne R. Dunham
Suzanne E. Majewski
Jeffrey M. Wilder
Dean V. Williamson
Economists
Economic Regulatory Section
Gregory J. Werden
Senior Economic Counsel
Economic Litigation Section
Diane S. Owen
Economist
Competition Policy Section

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Economic Analysis Group
Catherine G. O’Sullivan
Chief

Robert B. Nicholson
Assistant Chief
Adam D. Hirsh
Attorney Advisor
Andrea Limmer
Steven J. Mintz
David Seidman
Trial Attorneys
Appellate Section
Barbara J. Nelson
Trial Attorney
San Francisco Field Office
Antitrust Division
Jeffrey P. Minear
Assistant to the Solicitor General
Office of the Solicitor General

AWARD: Career efforts as a criminal investigator


RECIPIENT: Gordon L. Holdiman
Special Agent
Office of Field Operations
Kansas City Field Division
Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives

AWARD: Service as the interim U.S. Attorney for the Eastern District of
Michigan
RECIPIENT: Craig S. Morford
First Assistant U.S. Attorney
Northern District of Ohio

AWARD: Prosecution of Motiva


RECIPIENT: W. Bruce Pasfield
Andrew D. Goldsmith
Assistant Section Chiefs
Mark W. Kotila
Senior Trial Attorney
Epin H. Christensen
Trial Attorney

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Environmental Crimes Section
Environment and Natural Resources Division
Edmond Falgowski
Assistant U.S. Attorney
District of Delaware

AWARD: Leadership of the Police and Corrections Assistance Program in


Iraq
RECIPIENT: Robert C. Trevillian, IV
Deputy Director
International Criminal Investigative Training Assistance Program
Criminal Division

AWARD: Efforts of the 2004 Threat Task Force


RECIPIENTS: Steven A. Tyrrell
Deputy Chief
Joseph N. Kaster
Trial Attorney
Counterterrorism Section
Criminal Division
David N. Beall
James W. Stewart
Supervisory Special Agents
Lewis A. Robinson
J. Roger Morrison
Unit Chiefs
James W. McJunkin
Assistant Section Chief
International Terrorism Operations Section
John P. Salata
Supervisory Intelligence Analyst
Rhonda Dee Lewis
Senior Program Analyst
Counterterrorism Division
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Samuel T. Roudebush
Chief, Strategic Planning and Performance Assessment
Office of Detention and Removal Operations
Bureau of Immigration and Customs Enforcement
U.S. Department of Homeland Security

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN LAW


ENFORCEMENT

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This award, accompanied by a cash award of $3,000, recognizes outstanding professional
achievements by law enforcement officers of the Department. Two Excellence in Law
Enforcement Awards will be presented this year.

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AWARD: Investigation of the 1-5 Mob
RECIPIENTS: Daniel C. Sparks
James M. Burton
Kyle Fulmer
Robert C. Lockhart
Special Agents
Washington Field Office
Federal Bureau of Investigation
Konstantinos S. Giannakoulias
Thomas R. Webb
Detectives
Arthur Reed, Jr.
Joseph W. Anderson
Joseph R. Cabillo
Officers
Metropolitan Police Department
District of Columbia

AWARD: Investigation of serial arsonists


RECIPIENTS: Jason P. Wick
Special Agent
Michael P. Hanley
Forensic Auditor
Philadelphia Field Division
Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN MANAGEMENT

This award recognizes outstanding administrative or managerial achievements which have


significantly improved operations, productivity, or reduced costs. The award is accompanied by
a cash award of $3,000. Four Excellence in Management Awards will be presented this year

AWARD: Coordination of inmate evacuation and reconstruction of


correctional facilities
RECIPIENTS: Jose Barron, Jr.
Warden
Federal Correctional Institution, Marianna
Donald F. Bauknecht
Warden
Federal Prison Camp, Eglin
Mary M. Mitchell
Executive Assistant
Southeast Regional Office

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Federal Bureau of Prisons
AWARD: Contributions to enforcement of immigration laws
RECIPIENT: Sean C. Cenawood
Assistant U.S. Attorney
Southern District of New York

AWARD: Contributions to enforcement of immigration laws


RECIPIENT: David M. McConnell
Deputy Director
Office of Immigration Litigation
Civil Division

AWARD: Leadership of the Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Force


Program
RECIPIENT: Catherine M. O’Neil
Associate Deputy Attorney General
Director, Organized Crime Drug Enforcement Task Forces
Office of the Deputy Attorney General

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN INFORMATION


TECHNOLOGY

This award recognizes outstanding achievements in applying information technology to improve


operations and productivity, reduce or avoid costs, and solve problems. The award is
accompanied by a cash award of $3,000. Three Excellence in Information Technology Awards
will be presented this year.

AWARD: Development and implementation of the High Technology


Investigative Unit
RECIPIENTS: James M. Fottrell
Assistant to the Chief for Computer Forensics and Investigations
Lam D. Nguyen
Lead Information Technology Specialist
Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section
Criminal Division

AWARD: Development and implementation of the Global Justice eXtensible


Markup Language Data Model
RECIPIENT: J. Patrick McCreary
Senior Policy Advisor
Justice Information Sharing Policy Office
Bureau of Justice Assistance
Office of Justice Programs

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AWARD: Implementation of the Arizona Sentence to Commitment Pilot
Project
RECIPIENTS: Enrique Perez
Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal
District of Arizona
U.S. Marshals Service
Paul M. Laird
Senior Deputy Assistant Director
Correctional Programs Division
Federal Bureau of Prisons
Ashok K. Sharma
Assistant Director
Office of the Chief Information Officer
Justice Management Division
David F. Musel
Deputy Federal Detention Trustee
Office of the Federal Detention Trustee
David C. Jones
Assistant Deputy Chief
U.S. Probation Office
District of Arizona
Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN FURTHERING THE


INTERESTS OF U.S. NATIONAL SECURITY

This award recognizes outstanding achievements and contributions towards protecting U.S.
national security. The award is accompanied by a cash award of $3,000. One Excellence in
Furthering the Interests of U.S. National Security Award will be presented this year.

AWARD: Elimination of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act backlog


RECIPIENT: Peggy A. Skelly-Nolen
Deputy Counsel for Intelligence Operations
Office of Intelligence Policy and Review

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR EQUAL EMPLOYMENT


OPPORTUNITY

This is the Department’s highest award for performance in support of the Equal Employment
Opportunity program, accompanied by a cash award of $2,000. One Equal Employment
Opportunity Award will be presented this year.

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AWARD: Support of the U.S. Marshals Service’s Centralized Student Career
Experience Program
RECIPIENT: John D. Butler
Chief Deputy U.S. Marshal
Western District of Texas
U.S. Marshals Service

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN LEGAL SUPPORT

This award is designed to recognize outstanding achievements in the field of legal support to
attorneys by paralegal specialists and other legal assistants. A cash award of $2,000 accompanies
this award. Three Excellence in Legal Support Awards will be presented this year.

PARALEGAL CATEGORY

AWARD: Identifying and investigating fraudulent and abusive filings


RECIPIENT: Laurie H. Davis
Paralegal Specialist
Office of the U.S. Trustee, Region 1

AWARD: Assistance to the Civil Division Office of Immigration Litigation


RECIPIENTS: Brandy L. Wagstaff
Paralegal Supervisor
Gloria L. Dabbondanza
Jonathan D. Janow
Noah L. Browne
Sarah Silbovitz
Paralegal Specialists
Appellate Section
Civil Rights Division

LEGAL ASSISTANCE CATEGORY

AWARD: Legal support to staff of the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the
Southern District of Florida
RECIPIENT: Sandra K. Dotson
Supervisory Legal Technician
U.S. Attorney’s Office
Southern District of Florida

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THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN ADMINISTRATIVE
SUPPORT

This award recognizes outstanding performance in administrative or managerial support by an


administrative employee or secretary, and is accompanied by a cash award of $2,000. Four
Excellence in Administrative Support Awards will be presented this year.

ADMINISTRATIVE CATEGORY

AWARD: Accomplishments in space management


RECIPIENT: Michelle M. Judd
Space Management Specialist
Space Management Unit
Administrative Services Division
Federal Bureau of Investigation

AWARD: Contributions to the Witness Security Program


RECIPIENT: Vyleen E. Yoder
Management and Program Analyst
Protective Operations
Investigative Services Division
U.S. Marshals Service

SECRETARIAL CATEGORY

AWARD: Administrative support to the Environmental Enforcement Section


RECIPIENT: Rosita A. Baccus
Legal Assistant
Environmental Enforcement Section
Environment and Natural Resources Division

AWARD: Administrative support to the North Central Regional Office


RECIPIENT: Kyle A. Johnson
Administrative Officer
North Central Regional Office
Federal Bureau of Prisons

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING SERVICE IN


FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT ADMINISTRATION

This award recognizes exceptional dedication and effort to the implementation of the Freedom of
Information Act, and is accompanied by a cash award of $2,000. One Outstanding Service in
Freedom of Information Act Administration Award will be presented this year.

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AWARD: FOIA contributions to the Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco,
Firearms, and Explosives
RECIPIENT: Brian C. Kenrick
Staff Attorney
Disclosure and Forfeiture Legal Division
Office of Chief Counsel
Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR FRAUD PREVENTION

This award recognizes exceptional dedication and effort to prevent, investigate, and prosecute
fraud and white collar crimes. The award is accompanied by a cash award of $2,000. One Fraud
Prevention Award will be presented this year.

AWARD: Bankruptcy fraud prevention efforts


RECIPIENT: Martha R. Hildebrandt
Acting Assistant U.S. Trustee
Office of the U.S. Trustee, Region 3

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS TO


COMMUNITY PARTNERSHIPS FOR PUBLIC SAFETY

This award recognizes outstanding achievement in the development and support of community
partnerships designed to address public safety within a community. The award recognizes the
significant contributions of citizens and organizations who have assisted the Department in the
accomplishment of these programs. For non-employees, the award is honorary and no monetary
recognition accompanies the award. For Federal employees, the award is accompanied by a cash
award of $2,000. One Outstanding Contributions to Community Partnerships for Public Safety
Award will be presented this year.

AWARD: Implementation of Violent Crime Impact Teams


RECIPIENTS: Scot L. Thomasson
Assistant Special Agent in Charge
Seattle Field Division
David H. Chipman
Chief
Anthony E. Rather
Project Officer
Hans C. Hummel
Program Analyst
Firearms Enforcement Branch
Office of Enforcement Programs and Services

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Eric D. Harden
Operations Officer
Los Angeles Field Division
Mark E. Kraft
Program Manager
Field Management Staff
Office of Field Operations
Federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives
Robert E. Trono
Senior Counsel
Office of the Deputy Attorney General

THE CUBBY DORSEY AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS BY A WAGE


GRADE SYSTEM EMPLOYEE

Accompanied by a cash award of $2,000, this award recognizes extraordinary performance and
contributions by wage grade system employees, including laborers, mechanics, and skilled craft
workers. One Cubby Dorsey Award for Outstanding Service by a Federal Wage Grade System
Employee will be presented this year.

AWARD: Fabrication of a device that prevents inmates from assaulting staff


RECIPIENT: Mark W. Wendt
Pipefitter Foreman
Federal Medical Center, Butner
Federal Bureau of Prisons

THE ATTORNEY GENERAL’S AWARD FOR OUTSTANDING CONTRIBUTIONS BY A


NEW EMPLOYEE

This award recognizes exceptional performance and notable accomplishments towards the
Department’s mission by an employee with fewer than five years of Federal career service. This
award is accompanied by a cash award of $2,000. The Attorney General’s Award for
Outstanding Contributions by a New Employee will be presented to four employees.

AWARD: Developed uniform approach to reporting, investigating, and


reviewing shooting incidents
RECIPIENTS: Bradley T. Gilmore
Erin A. Lane
Program Analysts
Evaluation and Inspections Division
Office of the Inspector General

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AWARD: Law enforcement accomplishments in Pierre, South Dakota
RECIPIENT: David M. Mackey
Special Agent
Minneapolis Division
Federal Bureau of Investigation

AWARD: Development of the National Sexual Assault Forensic Exam


Protocol
RECIPIENT: Marnie Rothschild Shiels
Attorney Advisor
Office on Violence Against Women

THE JOHN MARSHALL AWARDS

The John Marshall Awards are the Department’s highest awards offered to attorneys, for
contributions and excellence in specialized areas of legal performance. Fourteen awards in nine
category awards will be presented this year. Each award is accompanied by a cash award of
$3,000 per recipient.

TRIAL OF LITIGATION

AWARD: Prosecution of Maceo Simmons


RECIPIENTS: Paige M. Fitzgerald
Karima G. Maloney
Trial Attorneys
Criminal Section
Civil Rights Division

AWARD: Prosecution and conviction of Mohammed Al-Moayad and


Mohammed Zayed
RECIPIENTS: Kelly A. Moore
Pamela K. Chen
Jeffrey H. Knox
Assistant U.S. Attorneys
Eastern District of New York

PARTICIPATION IN LITIGATION

AWARD: Prosecution of United States v. Vicente Zapata, et al.


RECIPIENTS: James N. Barkeley
Thomas C. Bradley
Assistant U.S. Attorneys
District of Alaska

Kim R. Lindquist
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Assistant U.S. Attorney
District of Idaho

AWARD: Prosecution of United States v. Coil, et al.


RECIPIENTS: Andrew G. Oosterbaan
Chief
Benjamin J. Vernia
Trial Attorney
Child Exploitation and Obscenity Section
Bruce A. Taylor
Senior Counsel to the Assistant Attorney General
Office of the Assistant Attorney General
Criminal Division
Mark H. Marshall
Assistant U.S Attorney
Western District of Texas

SUPPORT OF LITIGATION

AWARD: Witness immunity litigation support


RECIPIENTS: Edgar N. Brown
Chief, Witness Immunity Unit
Office of Enforcement Operations
Criminal Division

AWARD: Investigation related to internet sales of the drug GBL


RECIPIENTS: James P. Kennedy, Jr.
Assistant U.S. Attorney
Western District of New York

HANDLING OF APPEALS

AWARD: Career accomplishments in the handling of appeals


RECIPIENTS: Jeffrey A. Clair
Attorney
Appellate Staff
Civil Division
AWARD: Skill in preventive appellate advocacy
RECIPIENT: Roy W. McLeese, III
Assistant U.S. Attorney
District of Columbia

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AWARD: Implementation of the Communications Assistance for Law
Enforcement Act
RECIPIENTS: Jon D. Pifer
Assistant General Counsel
Thomas Gregory Motta
Associate General Counsel
Office of General Counsel
Federal Bureau of Investigation

PREPARATION AND HANDLING OF LEGISLATION

AWARD: Development of a USA Patriot Act Compendium


RECIPIENT: Stephen M. Weglian
Senior Attorney
Counterterrorism Section
Criminal Division

ASSET FORFEITURE

AWARD: Asset forfeitures exceeding $170 million


RECIPIENTS: Elaine D. Banar
Claire S. Kedeshian
Richard T. Lunger
Tracey J. Knuckles
Kathleen A. Nandan
Assistant U.S. Attorneys
Eastern District of New York
Douglas A. Leff
Special Assistant U.S. Attorney and
Special Agent
New York Division
Federal Bureau of Investigation

AWARD: Asset forfeiture on the Colombian Black Market Peso Exchange


system
RECIPIENTS: David J. Berardinelli
Boyd M. Johnson, III
Kevin R. Puvalowski
Assistant U.S. Attorneys
Southern District of New York

ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION


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AWARD: Mediation resolving insurance litigation with U.S. Navy Exchange
RECIPIENTS: Richard E. Rosberger
Robert W. Sadowski
Kathleen A. Zebrowski
Assistant U.S. Attorneys
Southern District of New York

INTERAGENCY COOPERATION IN SUPPORT OF LITIGATION

AWARD: Assistance with California v. Duran, consolidated with The


Surfrider Foundation v. Duran
RECIPIENTS: Robert E. Moyer
Attorney-Advisor
Office of General Counsel
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
David Jan van Hoogstraten
Former Associate Director for International Negotiations
Council on Environmental Quality
Executive Office of the President

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