28 June 2012

The IPANZ Gen-I Public Sector Excellence Awards were awarded at a Wellington function last night.  From the 29 finalists, eight category winners were announced – together with two special awards including a recognition of special endeavour related to the Christchurch Earthquake.

The winners were;

Excellence in Public Sector Communications
Smokefree Prisons – Department of Corrections

Improving Performance through Leadership Excellence
Leading from where you stand – Statistics New Zealand

Excellence in Improving Public Value through Business Transformation
Blood is a Gift – Auckland District Health Board

Excellence in Networked Government
Earthquake Employment Support – Ministry of Social Development

Excellence in Recognising Ethnic Diversity
Maori Pacific and Ethnic Services Cultural Response Team – New Zealand Police

Excellence in Working Together for Better Services
Resolving historic claims of child abuse and neglect – Ministry of Social Development, Department of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Education

Excellence in Crown-Maori Relationships – joint winners

Te Upoko Taiao – a partnership for resource management in the Wellington Region – Greater Wellington Regional Council and Te Ara Tahi Maori,

Pacific and Ethnic Wardens – New Zealand Police

The overall winner, presented with the Prime Minister’s Public Service Excellence Award for 2012 by the Minister for StateServices was for Resolving historic claims of child abuse and neglect – Ministry of Social Development, Department of Internal Affairs, Ministry of Education.

http://ipanzawards.org.nz/events/awards-night-2012/

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