Which companies have made the shortlist for the 2015 CIPS Supply Management Awards?

Rebecca Ellinor Tyler is former editor of Supply Management
16 June 2015

Fujitsu, Jaguar Land Rover, LV=, National Grid and the Department for International Development are among the organisations with multiple placements on this year’s CIPS Supply Management Awards shortlist.

The Aircraft Carrier Alliance, Bombardier, Baywater Healthcare, Compass Group UK & Ireland, Crown Commercial Service, Ministry of Justice and Ministry of Defence also merit more than one mention across the 12 team categories.

Cancer Research UK, Nottingham Trent University and the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) will battle it out in the Best Third Sector/Not-for-profit Procurement Project, while NATS, Johnson Controls Global Workplace Solutions and Jaguar Land Rover will vie for first place for International Procurement Project of the Year.

The winners in all the team and the two individual categories will be announced at a lavish black tie event at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on 9 September hosted by actor, comedian and Pointless host Alexander Armstrong.

AirPlus International is once again the headline sponsor of the gala dinner. Hays Procurement is a platinum sponsor and Commerce Decisions returns as official technology provider for the judging.

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CIPS Supply Management Awards 2015 – Shortlist

Best Contribution to Corporate Responsibility
Compass Group UK & Ireland
Innovia Films
Jaguar Land Rover
Matrix APA
Ministry of Defence
Rio Tinto
Sainsbury’s Supermarkets Ltd
Transport for London

Best Contribution to the Reputation of the Procurement Profession
Crown Commercial Service
Department for International Development
Ministry of Defence
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP)

Best Cross Functional Teamwork
Aircraft Carrier Alliance
Bombardier Transportation UK Ltd
Center Parcs
Compass Group UK & Ireland
Department for International Development
EDF Energy
Jaguar Land Rover
London Fire Brigade
Ministry of Justice
National Grid

Best People Development Initiative
Crown Commercial Service
Driver & Vehicle Licensing Agency
Holcim Ltd
Ministry of Defence
National Grid
Rio Tinto

Best Procurement Consultancy Project of the Year
Aircraft Carrier Alliance
Eunomia Research and Consulting
Leaseguard Group

Best Public Procurement Project
Department for International Development
Department for Work and Pensions
Environment Agency
Highways England
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
Ministry of Justice
NHS Luton Clinical Commissioning Group & Attain Commissioning Services
Office of Government Procurement
Transport for London

Best Supplier Relationship Management
BAE Systems & Rolls-Royce
Bombardier Transportation UK Ltd and Fainsa
Compass Group UK & Ireland and Ecolab
Department for International Development and PwC
Eunomia Research and Consulting and Pembrokeshire and Ceredigion County Councils
LV= and Enterprise Rent-A-Car
MBDA UK and QinetiQ
Network Rail and the CP5 Supply Chain Partners
NHS Wales Shared Services Partnership (NWSSP) - Procurement Services & Baywater Healthcare UK Limited

Best Third Sector/Not-for-profit Procurement Project
Cancer Research UK
Nottingham Trent University
Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI)

International Procurement Project of the Year
Jaguar Land Rover
Johnson Controls Global WorkPlace Solutions

Most Improved Procurement Operation - Start Up
Baywater Healthcare Ltd
boohoo.com UK Ltd
England Rugby 2015 Ltd
Jaguar Land Rover
London Stock Exchange Group
National Procurement Service for Wales
Telefonica UK Limited (Unify)

Most Improved Procurement Operation - Step Change
Babcock International Group
Bupa UK
Compass Group UK & Ireland
Doosan Babcock
The Hyde Group
Jaguar Land Rover
North Yorkshire County Council
Office of Government Procurement
Premier Foods

Most Innovative Use of Technology
Barnsley Metropolitan Borough Council
Nexus Vehicle Management Ltd
Westminster City Council

Click here to find out which individuals have been shortlisted for this year's awards

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