Winners at the 2017 awards
Winners at the 2017 awards

CIPS SM Awards 2018 shortlist announced

Will Green is news editor of Supply Management
19 June 2018

The shortlist for the CIPS Supply Management Awards has been released.

Dozens of organisations from the public and private sectors are represented, from central government departments to the automotive sector and financial services.

Chair of judges Cath Hill said the high number of entries from companies who had not entered before demonstrated the value attached to the awards.

“The entries clearly demonstrate that procurement and the supply chain are at the forefront of driving innovation and business growth in organisations,” she said.

“Once again the bar has been raised for entries this year, and we were delighted to see such great case studies for our new category, Best Procurement Diversity Initiative.”

The winners will be announced on 12 September at a glittering ceremony in the Great Room at the Grosvenor Hotel in Park Lane, London.

 

Best Contribution to Corporate Responsibility 

ABB 

BAE Systems – Maritime Services Driving Change on Portsmouth Naval Base

BAE Systems – Movement to Work in Supply Chain

Jaguar Land Rover 

Nationwide Building Society 

Northumbrian Water Group

Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S. 

Whitbread Group 

 

Best Contribution to the Reputation of the Profession 

ABB 

Barkers 

Department for International Development 

 

Best Cross-Functional Teamwork Project 

Bidfood 

CBRE GWS 

City of Wolverhampton Council 

Emirates Flight Catering 

Jaguar Land Rover – Changing the paradigm – Cockpit Integration

Jaguar Land Rover – Next Generation Side Door Latches Sourcing

Jaguar Land Rover – Project Encore

London Borough of Waltham Forest 

Ministry of Justice

Nationwide Building Society 

RBS – Closed Loop Feedback

RBS – Fieldglass Statement of Work Programme

Shell – Project Frio: Taking the heat out of the inspection category

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Turkcell Iletisim Hizmetleri A.S. 

WSP 

 

Best People Development Initiative 

Cabinet Office 

City of London Corporation 

Coventry Building Society 

Jaguar Land Rover 

Public Health England 

 

Best Process Improvement Initiative 

Co-op 

Coventry Building Society 

Emaar 

Emirates Flight Catering 

Jaguar Land Rover 

Lloyds Banking Group 

Nomad Foods (supported by The Smart Cube)

United Utilities 

UK Power Networks 

YBS (Yorkshire Building Society Group) 

 

Best Procurement Consultancy Project 

AECOM 

De Poel 

Jaguar Land Rover 

 

Best Public Procurement Project 

Cornwall Council Leisure Centre 

Crown Commercial Service 

Essex County Council 

Home Office 

Ingenica Solutions

Liverpool City Council 

North Yorkshire County Council 

Tideway 

United Utilities Water 

 

Best Procurement Diversity Initiative 

Intel 

Public Health England 

 

Best Supplier Relationship Management 

British Steel 

BT 

CBRE  

de Poel 

Emirates Flight Catering

NCR 

Skanska Infrastructure  

WSP 

 

Best Third Sector/ Not-for-profit Procurement Project 

To be announced on the night

 

International Procurement Project 

AB Sugar 

Jaguar Land

JLL EMEA

NHS Arden & GEM CSU 

 

Most Improved Procurement Operation – Start up 

A14 Integrated Delivery 

Callcredit Information Group 

London Luton Airport Operations 

Oxford University Press 

Roche Diagnostics 

Seqirus 

Tideway 

 

Most Improved Procurement Operation – Step change 

Coventry Building Society 

Clifford Chance 

Emaar 

Emirates Flight Catering 

Direct Line Group 

Health Promotion Board, Ministry of Health, Singapore 

Inmarsat Global 

Jaguar Land Rover 

Leidos Supply 

Liverpool Victoria (LV)

Paxton 

UK Power Networks 

Virgin Atlantic Limited

Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust

 

Most Innovative Use of Technology

Attain Health Management

CBRE

Kier

Liverpool Victoria (LV)

Shell

 

CIPS Procurement and Supply Professional of the Year 

Mike Fairbotham FCIPS – Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust

Nirmal Kotecha FCIPS – UK Power Networks 

 

CIPS Young Procurement and Supply Professional of the Year 

Daniel Golds – British Steel 

Danielle Ramsay – Clifford Chance LLP

Dr. Franziska Drews – KPMG  

Karen Moorhouse – City of London Corporation 

Matthew Hoyle – Callcredit Information Group 

Niamh Flynn – Aryzta Food Solutions 

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