Caltex were overall winners of CIPS Australasia Supply Management awards 2016 © Nigel Welch/Pulse Photography
Caltex were overall winners of CIPS Australasia Supply Management awards 2016 © Nigel Welch/Pulse Photography

Shortlist revealed for CIPS Australasia SM Awards 2017

posted by Su-San Sit
12 June 2017

The shortlist for the CIPS Australasia Awards has been revealed following a 37% increase in entries compared to last year.

Firms from the public, airline and transport sectors are among those who have found their way onto the shortlist.

Cath Hill, group director of marketing for CIPS and judge in this years awards, said: "The profession continues to raise the bar in the Australasia region- the judges noted that the quality of submissions for the 2017 SM Awards has been outstanding.

"The increased number of entries not only shows the passionate commitment to celebrate procurement excellence, but is also a testament to the growing impact that procurement has on business."

The winners will be announced during an award ceremony following the CIPS Australasia Conference on Tuesday 18 July at the Park Hyatt in Melbourne. 

Tickets are on sale now.

 

The shortlisted firms are:

Best Contribution to Corporate Responsiblity 

Australia Post

Queensland Treasury

Telstra

 

Best Cross Functional Teamwork Project 

Air New Zealand

Ausgrid

Mercer

Queensland Treasury

SA Power Networks

SA Healthy and EY

Sydney Trains

The University of Sydney

Transport for NSW

 

BEST PEOPLE DEVELOPMENT INITIATIVE 

Air New Zealand

Metro Trains Melbourne

 

Best Process Improvement Initiative 

Broadspetrum

Caltex Australia

Holcim (Australia)

SA Health and EY

Sydney Water

 

Best Public Procurement Consultancy Project 

A.T. Kearney Pty

SA Health and EY

 

Best Public Procurement Project

Ministry of Social Development

NSW Government, Department of Finance, Services and Innovation

NSW Procurement

Queensland Treasury

SA Health and EY (Joint Submission)

The University of Sydney

Transport for NSW

 

Best Supplier Relationship Management

BAE Systems Australia & Commonwealth Bank of Australia

Wood Group PSN and Caltex Australia

 

MOST IMPROVED PROCUREMENT OPERATION- START UP 

Edith Cowan University

Darling Downs & West Moreton PHN

 

Most Improved Procurement Operation- Step Change 

ASC Pty

Ausgrid

Australia Post

NSW Procurement

NSW TrainLink

WA Country Health Service

 

Most Innovative Use of Technology

BAE Systems Australia

Queensland Treasury

SA Power Networks

 

CIPS Procurement and Supply Professional of the Year

Johanne Rossi, Caltex Australia

William Monaghan, WA Health

 

CIPS Young Procurement and Supply Professional of the Year 

Megan Jefferson, WA Health

Ricky Baharwal, Shell

Rikki Birleson, Santos

Tammy Bui, Broadspectrum

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