Sam Mamet Good Governance Award Application Form
In 2019, CML announced the creation of the Sam Mamet Good Governance Award in honor of retired CML Executive Director Sam Mamet. Starting with the 2020 CML Annual Conference in Westminster, the award will be awarded annually from one to three individuals that exemplify and seek to expand the application of principles of good governance, which may include:
1. Efficiency and effectiveness of government
2. Responsiveness to need
3. Openness and transparency
4. Respect for the rule of law
5. Accountability to self and others
7. Ethical behavior and conduct
9. Representation of all constituencies
10. Fiscal accountability
The award will be presented during the Thursday lunch at the CML Annual Conference each June. Recipients will be given a complimentary registration to the following year’s annual conference and invited to assist in presentation of the award to their successor or successors. A plaque containing the names of all recipients and the year of the award will be maintained at CML.
Any municipal elected official, staff member, or other individual in public service that exemplifies principles of good governance is eligible to receive the award. Eligible individuals may be presented for consideration in any of the following ways through the completion and submission of a nomination via CML’s website. CML Board members and the CML executive director, with approval from the CML Board president, may also add nominees for consideration.
Final selection of the recipient will be made by the CML Executive Board at its regular April meeting prior to the Annual Conference, and recipients will be notified and provided with a per diem reimbursement for expenses and one night of lodging, if not already registered to attend the conference.
Deadline for submissions is Tuesday, March 31, 2020.
Name of person submitting nomination
Job title of person submitting nomination
Municipality of person submitting nomination
Email address of person submitting nomination
Phone number of person submitting nomination
Nominee municipality or organization
Nominee email or phone number
What principles of good governance is this person's nomination based on (select all that apply)
Efficiency and effectiveness of government
Responsiveness to need
Openness and transparency
Respect for the rule of law
Accountability to self and others
Ethical behavior and conduct
Representation of all constituencies
I believe the person named above should receive the Sam Mamet Good Governance Award because (200-500 words):
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