Past Askew Award Winners

YearAward Winner(s)AgencyProject Title
2014Elizabeth HillDept. of Juvenile JusticeOut of Many, One: Improving the Process of Providing Reports to the SC Board of Juvenile Parole and DJJ Release Authority
2013Ryan SneedDept. of Employment and WorkforceAnalysis of the Department of Employment and Workforce's overpayment billing process
2012Laurel Eddins and Susan Brownlee(LE) Dept. of Health and Human Services / (SB) Dept. of Administration (formerly the Budget and Control Board)(LE) - Monitoring the Impact of Medicaid Savings Initiatives and Program Reductions for South Carolina Department of Health and Human Services - (SB) -Healthier at Home/Nurse Line: A Cost-Benefit Analysis
2011Sylvan ProsserDept. of RevenueNo Title
2010Tamara StarnesDept. of Mental Health Inclusion of Probationers in South Carolina Mental Health Courts
2009Todd BlakeVocational Rehabilitation
Appropriateness of Providing Transportation to Job Readiness Training
2008Mike LanierCriminal Justice AcademyBasic Law Enforcement Training Failures
2007Herb CooperDept. of Transportation
Improving the Process of Asphalt Roadway Inspection
2006Robin S. Mack and Charles W. HightowerDept. of Health and Environmental ControlPreventing Leaking Spill Containment Basins and Reducing the Resulting Environmental Impact
2005Joseph Lyde Graham IIIDept. of Mental HealthPermanent Productivity Process Improvement Project
2004David B. CookDept. of TransportationMaintenance Assessment Program (MAP) Development and Implementation
2003Michael J. TuckerDept. of Public SafetyPublic Safety Radio – Cost Efficient Measures
2002Shirley S. HannaDept. of Social ServicesForms Automation: Where to Begin
2001Laura Jean PaceDept. of Health and Environmental ControlUnderground Storage Tank Payment
2000Terry BaggottDept. of Administration (formerly the Budget and Control Board Office of Human Resources)A Procedure for Calculation Costs Associated with Appeals to the State Human Resources Director and the Cost Savings when Appeals are Resolved in Mediation
1999James E. OwensDept. of Health and Environmental ControlEQC Laboratory Analytical Problems