The George Bukovsky Award, IRgA's highest honor, is being reborn after a three-year absence. The Bukovsky award was created in memory of George K. Bukovsky, who worked in the reprographics industry for more than 30 years and was a dedicated member of the IRgA. The award was established in 1990 to honor his great contributions by recognizing others who have similarly made a lasting impact on the reprographics industry.
Nominations are being sought. Nominees for the Bukovsky Award must be a living current or former member of IRgA, and have made significant, long-term contributions to the reprographics industry. Current IRgA board members or officers are not eligible. Judging committee members are not eligible.
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To see a list of past winners of the Bukovsky Award, click here.
The IRgA Presidents Council, comprised of past presidents of the association, will choose the winner(s) of the Bukovsky Award. The 2014 winner will be honored at a reception at the joint ERA/IRgA convention in Baltimore, April 3-4.