November 2016 | London

Timeline:

16 May 2016
' Nominations open '
22 July 2016
' Nominations close (Extended deadline) '
24 October 2016
' Shortlist announced '
24 November 2016
' Awards ceremony '

Sponsors

Awards Sponsor

EY

EY – Supporting and celebrating innovation in the Public Sector for a decade

Diversity, inspiration and innovation are key drivers of transforming the delivery of citizen outcomes to the benefit of society. Every day, civil servants are making this happen.  At EY we believe that asking a better question provides a better answer. Through our decade long partnership with the Civil Service Awards, we celebrate creativity, best practice, and excellence in Government.

It’s how we build a better working world.

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PMI

The Project Management Institute is the world's leading not-for-profit professional membership association for the project, programme and portfolio management profession. Founded in 1969, PMI delivers value to more than 2.9 million professionals working in nearly every country in the world through global advocacy, collaboration, education and research. PMI advances careers, improves organisational success and further matures the profession of project management through its globally recognized standards, certifications, resources, tools, academic research, publications, professional development courses, and networking opportunities. PMI is proud to recognise the accomplishments of project and programme managers by sponsoring the Civil Service Awards for the fourth year running.

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Microlink

Microlink is Europe’s leading provider of Assistive Technology and disability related management solutions. Our pioneering services in the Education, Public and Private sectors, have positioned us as the most visionary and successful company of our kind.

We drive to empower individuals with or without disabilities to connect, access and achieve their full potential. It is the future we a driving toward and the reason we exist.

BT

BT is one of the few organisations that works across all areas of the UK public sector, enabling organisations to meet the challenges of controlling costs and maintaining excellence, to be able to access, record and share information both within and across agencies and departments. We believe that working more flexibly, sharing physical infrastructure and information will be a critical area for the Civil Service going forward.  We call it the Art of Connecting, it’s about providing you with the ability to connect and communicate whatever you need to, whenever and wherever you are

NAO

The National Audit Office (NAO) is a public sector organisation that is independent of government. We scrutinise public spending for Parliament to help the government in its drive to improve public services, nationally and locally. 
The Comptroller and Auditor General (C&AG), Amyas Morse, is an Officer of the House of Commons and leads the NAO. He has statutory authority to examine and report to Parliament on whether departments and the bodies they fund have used their resources efficiently, effectively, and with economy. 
We audit the financial statements of all government departments and many other public bodies. Our other work comprises value-for-money reports, investigations and other reviews, most of which are presented to the Committee of Public Accounts. We also provide support for other select committees. 
Our work helps the government make audited savings of millions of pounds: £1.21 billion in 2015.

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CGI

At CGI, we're committed to helping all of our stakeholders succeed. Our 68,000 professionals in 40 countries across the Americas, Europe and Asia Pacific provide end-to-end IT and business process services that facilitate the ongoing evolution of our clients' businesses. CGI is committed to helping our clients achieve their business goals; to providing our professionals with rewarding careers; and to offering shareholders superior returns over time. At CGI, we are in the business of delivering results.

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Huawei

Huawei was founded in 1987, Shenzhen, China, and is now a leading global ICT business and one of the largest suppliers of both telecoms network equipment and smartphones worldwide. Huawei operates in over 170 countries employing more than 170,000 staff, serving more than one third of the world’s population. It is an entirely independent business owned solely by its employees.

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Invotra

Invotra is a fast-growing intranet software company, backed by experts with decades of experience delivering robust solutions to the open source community. 

Through our easy-to-use SaaS platform we deliver a secure, flexible digital workplace to 45% of UK Government. 

Invotra enables evolution of the enterprise.

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