Public Service Recognition Week is a yearly, week-long observance to celebrate and recognize public employees sponsored by the Public Employees Roundtable at the Council for Excellence in Government.
What does PER stand for?
PER stands for Public Employees Roundtable
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We have 160 other meanings of PER in our Acronym Attic
- Program Element Review
- Program Event Recording
- Program for Ecosystem Research
- Progressive Encephalomyelitis with Rigidity
- Project Evaluation & Recommendation
- Project Execution Requirements (employment)
- Pronation External Rotation (ankles)
- Proposal Evaluation Report
- Protein Efficiency Ratio
- Provider Edge Router
- Public Expenditure Review (World Bank)
- Perform Field Artillery Attack System Analysis
- Perform Field Artillery Personnel Control
- Perform Field Artillery Supply Control
- Perform Maintenance Control
- Perform Movement Control and Coordination
- Perform TDA Reporting
- Perform Target Processing
- Through (Prefix)
- Partnership for Educational Revitalization in the Americas
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The Public Employees Roundtable, a nonprofit educational coalition of 31 organizations, sponsors the event.
org or 202-347-3190 Excellence Awards from Roundtable Encourage Innovation The public Employees Roundtable (PER) is now accepting the applications for the Public Service Excellence Awards (PSEA).
Dallas recently was honored by the Public Employees Roundtable for its excellent brownfields redevelopment program (see The Weekly, 5/5/97.
The Public Employees Roundtable (PER), a coalition of 32 organizations of managerial, professional, and employee organizations, presented its annual scholarships and performance awards at a luncheon at Ft.
The Public Employees Roundtable is a non-profit, nonpartisan coalition of 37 management and professional organizations representing more than one million public employees.
The Public Employees Roundtable (PER) is a coalition of 32 organizations of managerial and professional organizations (including the publishers of The Public Manager) representing some 1,700,000 active and retired federal employees.
The Public Employees Roundtable is a nonprofit, non-partisan coalition of 37 management and professional organizations representing one million public employees.