By Doug Mayles
Employees of the U.S. Army Garrison, Fort Detrick will have the opportunity to provide input and assess how well we achieve strategic goals for Fort Detrick and the Installation Management Command Campaign Plan through an Employee Assessment scheduled for October.
This employee assessment is conducted in conjunction with the Army Communities of Excellence program to gather your feedback on how well Fort Detrick supports readiness, well-being, and fosters a safe environment for Soldiers, Families, Civilians, and the Community through customer-focused efforts.
Your input is important and will be reviewed by the Fort Detrick Command Group and IMCOM-Headquarters.Through this internet-based, anonymous assessment, randomly selected garrison employees will receive information directly from IMCOM through e-mail that will include instructions for responding to this assessment.
Employees who do not have ready access to a computer can still take this important assessment from any computer with internet access. Computers will be available in Building 1520, Classroom 3 on Oct 11, 13, and 14 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day.
For assistance with access to computers in Bldg. 1520, please contact Ms. Terri Baker at (301) 619-2857. Computers will also be available to take this assessment in the Operations and Maintenance Office in Building 201 during regular business hours.
For assistance with access to computers in the O&M Office at Bldg. 201, please contact Ms. Coralia Jimenez-Goodman at (301) 619-2031.From developing ideas to continually improving our community, to delivering customer-focused service, Fort Detrick’s workforce is dedicated to high quality service and it all starts with asking those three simple questions, ‘Are we doing things right?’, ‘Are we doing the right things?’, and ‘What are we missing?’ T
hank you for your continued hard work in making Fort Detrick a Sustainable Community of Excellence.Mr. Brad Gottschall is the lead point of contact for this employee assessment. He can be contacted at (301) 619-9749 or brad.gottschall us.army.mil