CDR Kellie Williams, is recognized for her efforts in greatly improving pharmacy services throughout the Bureau of Prisons through implementation and management of the first nation-wide Central Fill and Distribution Pharmacy (CFAD). The management of this operation streamlined the filling of prescriptions for 22 facilities in the agency, and its ability to adapt, coordinate, and manage the distribution of products makes it a critical and vital asset for the agency’s COVID response. As the Chief Pharmacist, she manages one of the largest, most complex pharmacy operations within the BOP serving approximately 23,000 patients (>18% of entire BOP population). She also created and implemented new local policies for CFAD which has an operational budget of $29.2 million for Fiscal year 2021. Most recently, she was selected to serve as the lead pharmacist in the BOP to ship, organize, and inventory PPE equipment, supplies, rapid tests, and vaccines to institutions across the country during COVID-19. She has created a substantial impact to the agency by receiving 193 separate shipments to the facility and distributing 3,429 shipments to institutions across the United States. These efforts have created significant cost-avoidance for the BOP and established an accurate tracking system for PPE.