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  • PRSA Houston recognizes USACE Galveston District with Grand Excalibur Award

    HOUSTON (June 22, 2015) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District received the Public Relations Society of America Houston Chapter’s top honor, the 2015 Grand Excalibur Award, for its public service campaign to communicate its Dam Safety Program during the 30th Annual Excalibur Awards Gala in Houston June 18, 2015.
  • USACE Galveston District earns 3 Silver Anvils

    GALVESTON, Texas (June 5, 2015) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District won two prestigious Silver Anvil awards and one Award of Excellence from the Public Relations Society of America. The Silver Anvil, which recognizes outstanding achievement in strategic public relations planning and implementation, was presented during the Silver Anvil Awards Ceremony last night in New York City.
  • USACE Galveston District celebrates Corps’ and Army’s 240th birthdays; names Employee, Engineer, Regulator and Supervisor of the Year

    GALVESTON, Texas (June 4, 2015) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District celebrated the U.S. Army’s and the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ 240th birthdays with an awards ceremony to induct a USACE Galveston District retiree into the Gallery of Distinguished Civilian Employees, name the Employee, Engineer, Regulator and Supervisor of the Year as well as to honor staff for their contributions to the community, state and nation.
  • USACE Galveston District implements ESRI Operation Dashboard to monitor water levels

    GALVESTON, Texas (June 1, 2015) – The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District implemented the ESRI Operation Dashboard, a geographic information system (GIS) tool, that allows Corps employees, partners and the community to monitor water levels throughout the district’s area of operation along the Texas coast.
  • Spotlight on USACE Galveston District's Suhail Idriss

    GALVESTON, Texas (June 1, 2015) – Nearly three decades have passed since Suhail Idriss began working for the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Galveston District as a structural engineer. Co-workers have come and gone and technology continues to rapidly change but in the midst of all of these transformations, one thing remains the same - his devotion to civil service.