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NASA Exceptional Public Achievement Medal
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Awarded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration
Country United States
Type Medal
Eligibility Non-government personnel
Awarded for "a significant specific achievement or substantial improvement in operations, efficiency, service, financial savings, science, or technology which contributes to the mission of NASA."
Status Active
Statistics
Established 2012
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NASA Exceptional Public Achievement Ribbon

The NASA Exceptional Public Achievement Medal is an award of the National Aeronautics and Space Administration established in 2012. The medal is awarded to any non-Government person or to any person who was not a Government employee when the service was performed.

To be awarded the medal, a NASA employee must fulfill the following criteria: work-related achievements yielding high-quality results and/or substantial improvement that supports the Agency mission; innovative approaches used in the conception, design, or execution of the individual's work; and/or impact and importance of the individual's achievement that made a significant contribution that enables NASA to accomplish its mission.[1]

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  1. "Agency Honor Awards: Exceptional Public Achievement Medal". http://nasapeople.nasa.gov/awards/nasamedals.htm. Retrieved 27 July 2016.   This article incorporates text from this source, which is in the public domain.

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