NETPDC Announces Junior and Senior Civilian of the Quarter for Second Quarter, 2022

20 October 2022
PENSACOLA, Fla. – The Naval Education and Training Professional Development Center announced Oct. 5, 2022, the selection of Shelley Lutz as senior civilian of the quarter (COQ) and Charles “Wayne” Chavers as junior COQ for the second quarter, calendar year 2022.
PENSACOLA, Fla. - Naval Education and Training Professional Development Center Commanding Officer Capt. Willie Brisbane presents Charles "Wayne" Chavers with the award for junior Civilian of the Quarter (COQ), for second quarter, 2022. Chavers received his award for his superior performance while assisting with mail room functions, assisting with bringing the Enterprise Task Management Software Solution (ETMS2) system online for tracking taskings, and ensuring all aspects of the command’s administrative functions were met for both the civilian and military staff. (U.S. Navy photo by Cheryl Dengler)
SLIDESHOW | 0 images | NETPDC Announces Junior and Senior Civilian of the Quarter for Second Quarter, 2022 PENSACOLA, Fla. - Naval Education and Training Professional Development Center Commanding Officer Capt. Willie Brisbane presents Charles "Wayne" Chavers with the award for junior Civilian of the Quarter (COQ), for second quarter, 2022. Chavers received his award for his superior performance while assisting with mail room functions, assisting with bringing the Enterprise Task Management Software Solution (ETMS2) system online for tracking taskings, and ensuring all aspects of the command’s administrative functions were met for both the civilian and military staff. (U.S. Navy photo by Cheryl Dengler)
PENSACOLA, Fla. - Naval Education and Training Professional Development Center Commanding Officer Capt. Willie Brisbane presents Shelley Lutz with the award for senior Civilian of the Quarter (COQ), for second quarter, 2022. Lutz’ selection was based on her superior performance and selfless dedication to the NETPDC manpower mission through her expert knowledge of the Activity Manning Document (AMD) and Total Force Manpower Management System (TFMMS). (U.S. Navy photo by Cheryl Dengler)
SLIDESHOW | 0 images | NETPDC Announces Junior and Senior Civilian of the Quarter for Second Quarter, 2022 PENSACOLA, Fla. - Naval Education and Training Professional Development Center Commanding Officer Capt. Willie Brisbane presents Shelley Lutz with the award for senior Civilian of the Quarter (COQ), for second quarter, 2022. Lutz’ selection was based on her superior performance and selfless dedication to the NETPDC manpower mission through her expert knowledge of the Activity Manning Document (AMD) and Total Force Manpower Management System (TFMMS). (U.S. Navy photo by Cheryl Dengler)


NETPDC Commanding Officer, Capt. Willie Brisbane made the announcement during a virtual all-hands call.

“Today I am honored to announce Mrs. Lutz and Mr. Chavers as this quarter’s award winners,” said Brisbane. “They have gone above and beyond for this command on a daily basis and it delights me to recognize those who not only set the example, but perform at the highest level to complete the mission. Please accept my personal congratulations for a job well-done!”

Lutz, who has been at NETPDC for two years, serves as a manpower and personnel management analyst where she is responsible for providing general staffing and manpower support to assigned NETPDC departments in accordance with all policies and
guidance.

Lutz’ selection was based on her superior performance and selfless dedication to the NETPDC manpower mission through her expert knowledge of the Activity Manning Document (AMD) and Total Force Manpower Management System (TFMMS).

Keith Washington, the Manpower and Personnel department head and Lutz’ supervisor, believes her work ethic and technical proficiency contributed to her success.

“Ms. Lutz’ is NETPDC’s subject matter expert in analyzing and evaluating the command’s manpower requirements and was flawless in her execution of POM-22 (Program Objective Memorandum-22),” said Washington. “Her technical proficiency in executing the

NETPDC manpower mission makes her most deserving of this award.”

Lutz, who has been a civil servant for almost 12 years, is honored by her selection and recognizes her NETPDC team for their support.

“I feel honored and humbled to win this award,” said Lutz. “I would like to thank Mr. Washington for the recognition and the amazing N1 team for all their hard work and camaraderie.”

Chavers, who has been with NETPDC for a year, serves as an administrative assistant. His duties include serving as the principal office assistant and providing administrative and clerical duties in support of a complex organization with formal internal procedures and administrative controls for the commanding officer and executive director.

Chavers, who served in the Army for six years, received his award for his superior performance while assisting with mail room functions, assisting with bringing the Enterprise Task Management Software Solution (ETMS2) system online for tracking taskings, and ensuring all aspects of the command’s administrative functions were met for both the civilian and military staff.

Jeffrey Bello, the Business Operations department head and Chavers’ supervisor, is grateful to have Chavers as part of the team.

“I am so pleased Wayne was selected as the quarterly award winner,” said Bello. “He does so much most people don’t see and is very deserving of this award.”

Chavers is thankful for the selection and appreciates the command’s recognition of his performance.

“The Navy is big and it can be easy to feel like you are just a name or number, so to get recognized like this means a lot,” said Chavers. “I want to thank everyone in the command for all the help they have given this year. It’s never a one-person show. Specifically, I’d like to thank the folks in N4 for helping me ‘learn the ropes’ here at NETPDC.”

Both selectees had a vast impact on NETPDC’s continuing mission of serving and advancing Sailors through personal and professional development.

As part of the MyNavy HR Force Development team, NETPDC provides products and services that enable and enhance education, training, career development, and personnel advancement throughout the Navy. Primary elements of the command include the Voluntary Education Department, the NAC, and the Resources Management Department.

Additional information about NETPDC can be found at https://www.netc.navy.mil/NETPDC.
 
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