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Sammies nominee Fenella France is a preservation scientist in the preservation research and testing division of the Library of Congress.
Mary Pletcher is the Deputy Recovery Coordinator and Acting Deputy Director at the National Business Center at the Department of the Interior's Office of Policy, Management and Budget. She's also a Service to America Medal finalist in the Call to Service category
Neal Brown is the chief of community support programs at the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration.
Alfonso Batres' life has been dedicated to one important mission—addressing the needs of our nation's veterans and their families. We talk with him about that and it led him to become a finalist in thie year's Service to America Medals.
Civilian Pentagon whistleblowers need protection. It's the job of Daniel Meyer the director of whistleblowing and transparency at the Department of Defense's Office of the Inspector General.
The work by Dr. Paul Hsieh has led to a nomination for a Service to America Medal in the Science and Environment category.
We continue our Sammies tracker series
A building that runs on almost no energy. It's not magic, it's called a net zero building -- and the Energy Department can now boast of creating the world's largest.
Dr. Susan Solomon is with NOAA and works on global warming issues.
Since 1981 an estimated 25 million people have died of AIDS worldwide.