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Are you a problem-solver...idea-generator...process-improver...creative-thinker?

The ASAP Eureka! Award is an extraordinary and prestigious opportunity to be recognized for your talent and initiative. The award recognizes an achievement made by an administrative professional who has made innovative contributions to the organization for which he or she works.

Are you the next ASAP Eureka! Award winner?

  • Have you created and carried out a project that produced real results for your company?
  • Have you created a solution that saved money or time (or both)?
  • Have you developed a breakthrough idea to reduce errors or increase productivity?
  • Has your creative “out of the box” thinking helped motivate your boss or team to find the way forward on a challenging project?

Who is eligible for the award?

What are the project requirements?

Rules & Deadlines

If your initiative is chosen as the winning entry, you’ll receive coach round-trip airfare (up to $500), hotel accommodations for 3 nights at the Gaylord Palms Resort & Convention Center, and a Value Pass registration to the 2018 Administrative Professionals Conference. The ASAP Eureka! Award will be presented at the APC, and the project summary will be featured on the ASAP website, sharing your breakthrough as a “best practice” with your peers.

Nominations are now closed!
See who’s the winner of the 2018 Eureka! Award – Winner will be announced this September at the Administrative Professionals Conference.


2017 Award Recipient

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Stacy Williamson

U.S. AFRICOM, U.S. Department of Defense

Many of the awards being distributed by the Defense Intelligence Agency were arriving well after the employee had already departed the agency, or months after their achievement. Stacy devised a solution that streamlined award distribution and lowered processing time from 90 days to just 30.

2016 Award Recipient

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Beth Ann Howard
Department of Political Science at the University of Richmond

Using a web program her colleagues were already familiar with, Beth took an incredibly tedious and time consuming process and simplified it via a fully cloud-based system on her own. Her inititive now allows the department's tenure and promotion portfolios to be accessed online from anywhere with an internet connection.

2015 Award Recipient

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April Stallworth
Niles Township High Schools - District 219

After finding a lack of time and opportunity for networking, training and communication for herself and her colleagues, April created the H.E.A.R.T. initiative. This program’s mission provides professional development, communication channels, networking opportunities, resources and coaching that will help all Administrative Support Professionals to excel, lead, and grow!