Local authorities, suppliers and the NHS were among the winners of the 2015 Welsh Procurement Awards.
The awards highlight achievements and best practice in public procurement, public delivery and tendering in Wales.
Winners included Mark Roscrow of NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership, which won in the most progressive public procurement organisation category, for providing a sourcing, supply chain, purchasing and accounts payable service to Health Boards and Trusts across Wales.
The Caerphilly County Borough Council procurement team’s applications of ICT, organisation structure and staff training, was recognised with an award for its outstanding contribution.
Gary Williams of New Directions Education, a recruitment and training provider to the education sector, was named supplier of the year.
The winners were announced at an event at City Hall in Cardiff last week.
The full list of 10 winners is:
Innovation Through Procurement: Steve Robinson, commissioning and procurement team, City of Cardiff Council
Corporate Social Responsibility: GD Environmental Services
E-Procurement: Paul Ashley-Jones: Pembrokeshire County Council
Supplier of the Year: Gary Williams, New Directions Education
Most Progressive Public Procurement Organisation: Mark Roscrow, NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership
Most Improved Supplier In Tendering: Donald & Sian Woosnam, Woosnam Dairies
Young Professional Of The Year: Matthew Perrott, NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership
Procurement Collaboration: Dan John, Pembrokeshire County Council
Community Benefits: Llyr ap Gruffydd, Cartrefi Cymunedol Gwynedd
Outstanding Contribution: Team Caerphilly, Caerphilly County Borough Council