DescriptionDepartment of the Treasury Gallatin Award.
This is an example of the Gallatin Award. It is the Treasury Department's highest career service award. It is awarded upon retirement or death to a G15 and below employee who has served faithfully for at least 20 years. This example was awarded in March 1972 and it was signed by Secretary of the Treasury John B. Connally. It has a portrait of Albert Gallatin, who served as Secretary of the Treasury from 1801 to 1814. The award and an information sheet are tipped in a Treasury Department folio.
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