NSA division receives award from Senate for productivity

October 05, 1995

A division of the National Security Agency won a U.S. Senate Productivity Award last week, the first given to a group within the intelligence community.

The division, the Installation and Logistics Organization, is the NSA's support group responsible for construction, maintenance, mail, recycling and distribution of excess computers to local schools.

The award is given to promote productivity and quality control in the public sector and the benefit of that to state and local communities, an NSA spokeswoman said.

The National Security Agency is based at Fort Meade.

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