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Rear Adm. Pete Garvin, commander, NETC, officially congratulated and awarded Gonzalez with the $2,500 by handing him a poster-size check at an all-hands call.
Gonzalez played a major role during space optimization efforts at NETC headquarters. Part of the project required the removal of three large electronic filing systems.
“The initial estimate to use contract support for removal was approximately $10,000,” said Lt. Matthew Honabarger, from Coshocton, Ohio, NETC’s antiterrorism officer. “Petty Officer Gonzalez developed a plan and presented it to leadership. The plan was approved, and he assembled a team and removed all three filing systems, saving the government approximately $30,000.”
Gonzalez also facilitated removing approximately 10 years’ worth of unserviceable furniture and equipment. He relocated approximately $100,000 worth of cubicles and installed 52 cubicles at another NETC building. If the work was contracted, it would have cost the government approximately $200,000.
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