Army Exceptional Civilian Service Award Medal Ribbon
Criteria: The Army Exceptional Civilian Service Award Medal is given to employees of the U.S. Army by assessing contributions against the following levels of achievement:
• Achieving assigned duties of major program significance in such a way as to have been overtly exceptional or preeminent among all persons who have completed similar duties.
• Developing and enhancing major methods and procedures, developing important inventions, or being responsible for exceptional accomplishments that affected large-scale savings or were of great value in advancing the missions of Department of the Army, Department of Defense and the Federal Government.
• Exhibiting great courage and voluntary risk of life in performing an act concluding in direct benefit to the Government of its members.
• Supplying outstanding leadership to the administration of major Army programs producing highly successful mission achievements or in the major redirection of objectives or achievements to meet distinctive or emergency situations.