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Nominate a city employee for Philly’s new innovation award

Deadline is Nov. 14. The winner gets $1,000.

Add this to the Nutter administration’s laundry list of “innovation” efforts*: an innovation award.

The City of Philadelphia announced yesterday that two new employee awards will join the existing Richardson Dilworth Award for Distinguished Public Service: the “Innovation in Government” award and the “Excellence in Customer Service” award. The winners of those two awards will get $1,000 each.

Nominate someone by Nov. 14

*See also: Innovation Lab, Innovation Fund, Innovation School.

Companies: City of Philadelphia

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