DLA Aviation intel analyst is first civilian Security Professional of the Year

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By DLA Security and Emergency Services

December 27, 2017


Donald Bartlett (right) receives the first Security Professional of the Year Award from Patrick Wright, staff director of Security and Emergency Services at DLA Aviation. (Photo by DLA Aviation)



An intelligence analyst at Defense Logistics Agency Aviation in Richmond recently received the first-ever award recognizing the top civilian security employee across all of DLA.

Donald Bartlett received the Security Professional of the Year Award Dec. 15. Bartlett gathers, updates, summarizes, and reports on activities that threaten the mission or personnel at the Defense Supply Center Richmond and tenant activities. In doing so, he works closely with the local Joint Terrorism Task Force, other federal agencies and the greater Richmond community.

A panel of three judges reviewed nine nominations, choosing two finalists to forward to Patrick Wright, staff director of Security and Emergency Services at DLA Aviation, who made the final choice.

In presenting the award, Wright noted: “The enterprise security team’s role is critical to the success of the DLA mission and directly supports our DLA Strategic Plan by addressing and mitigating risk to ensure the resiliency and security of the DLA mission and workforce.”

Wright said the award was created to increase recognition for civilian security professionals by acknowledging the critical work they do across DLA.

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