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Professional T&E Awards

ITEA is proud to honor those who advance Test and Evaluation through their outstanding contributions to the T&E profession. We also recognize individuals for their volunteering effort and contributions to the Association.

The period of performance for the ITEA awards is July 1, 2023, to June 30, 2024, and the deadline for submission is August 15, 2024. For more information, email awards@itea.org. We look forward to another year of exemplary nominations.

Dr. Robin Poston, Professional Awards Chair

ITEA is proud to honor those who advance Test and Evaluation through their outstanding contributions to the T&E profession. We also recognize individuals for their volunteering effort and contributions to the Association.

The period of performance for the ITEA awards is July 1, 2023, to June 30, 2024, and the deadline for submission is August 15, 2024. For more information, email awards@itea.org. We look forward to another year of exemplary nominations.

Dr. Robin Poston, Professional Awards Chair

Professional Awards Categories

Eligibility: The recipient must be a member of ITEA, and contributions to other professional technical associations with a connection to T&E will also be considered in the selection process. Teams, organizations, or institutions are not eligible for this award.

Evaluation Criteria:
Length of time over which contributions have been made.
Impact of contributions to T&E and its community.
Significant achievements that benefited a professional technical association (e.g. ITEA, ITC, AIAA, NDIA) as a result of an office held or committee involvement.
Services performed that enhance and strengthen the profession of T&E.

Eligibility: ITEA membership is not a requirement for eligibility, but will be considered during the Committee’s selection process. The award may be presented to an individual, team, or organization.

Evaluation Criteria:
1. Demonstrated innovated utilization of management tools to enhance the execution of a T&E plan.
2. Developed innovative concepts and processes for utilization during the planning, execution, and reporting of T&E events.
3. Utilized creative management tools to control cost and schedule.
4. Utilized innovative approaches, processes, or concepts for resolving problems and/or critical T&E issues.
5. Provided quick, accurate, and responsive feedback to the decision maker.
6. Developed, coordinated, and completed timely, accurate, precise, and comprehensive reports.
7. Executed a T&E event in a timely and efficient manner resulting in project savings.
8. Placed emphasis on the safety of human resources and the proper maintenance of the testing environment.

Eligibility: ITEA membership is not a requirement for eligibility, but will be considered during the Committee’s selection process. The Cross Award may be awarded to any deserving individual, team, organization, or institution.

Evaluation Criteria: Nominees must have demonstrated outstanding achievement in the field of T&E education by means of accomplishment in one or more of the following areas.
Administration. Establish a T&E education program in a recognized institution of higher learning, either civilian or military; or administer an existing program with such professional competence as to merit special recognition.

Education. Exhibit exceptional technical competence as an educator on one or more of the academic subject areas in the general field of T&E. Educational efforts that promote T&E as a professional discipline shall be a prime evaluation criterion.

Research. Develop new theories, concepts, or techniques for use in T&E education. The results should be documented and available for general use.

Eligibility: ITEA membership is not a requirement for eligibility, but will be considered during the Committee’s selection process. Any individual or team associated with test is eligible to receive the award.

Evaluation Criteria:
The innovative use of the technology (describe the technology and how it was applied).

Benefit to the T&E customer in terms of test performance, schedule, and cost.
Increase in information to the T&E customer.

Eligibility:
The Publications Award may be awarded to any author or authors whose literary work is of high quality and addresses test and evaluation topics. Membership in ITEA is not required; however, the literary works for which the author is nominated should complement ITEA’s goals. Co-authors are eligible for joint recognition. Teams, organizations, or institutions are not eligible. The following prerequisites also apply:
Published work must be original and must adhere to the accepted practices of scholarly research methods. Proper credits must be given where material is drawn from other sources; the conclusions are to be suitably justified, and statements of opinion are to be identified as such.
An author can only receive this award one time for the same publication.
Only published works available to the public will be considered.

Evaluation Criteria:
Published works will generally be ranked according to the following hierarchy:
Books by a single author.
Books by co-authors.
Books by an editor.
Monograph series.
Monograph.
Refereed article in a published journal.
Tutorial text.
Television script, where authorship is specified.
Relative impact of the published work in terms of its influence in the T&E field.
The degree to which the author drew upon approved research methods in the justification of any conclusions.
The organization of the published material, editorial style, and conciseness of presentation.

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Everybody secretly wants to win an award. Just being nominated brings a huge array of benefits not just to the individual but also the entire organization.
Submissions due by
August 15, 2024