The New Jersey State Public Service Recognition Program Ceremony recognizes public service employees for their dedication and professionalism in serving our state’s residents.
Public employees are dedicated to providing services that maintain and improve the quality of life of the people of New Jersey. Governor Chris Christie strongly believes in the importance of recognizing the role and contributions of our public employees. In this spirit, Governor Christie has continued a tradition of recognizing exceptional government employees and their proud tradition of service in our state.
New Jersey's Public Service Recognition Program is administered by the Civil Service Commission. Each year, representatives from 30 departments and agencies state wide coordinate a recognition program for their employees.