CIPS Excellence in Procurement Awards 2020 shortlist revealed

The shortlist for the newly-evolved CIPS Excellence in Procurement Awards 2020 has been released.

In celebration of 20 years of the CIPS Supply Management Awards, the  Excellence in Procurement Awards will fully encompass, reward and honour the entire procurement and supply chain profession.

CIPS said: “Procurement and supply is a pivotal function within any organisation, constantly shaping and transforming your business for the better. Procurement excellence in our profession is truly worth celebrating, recognising and rewarding. More than ever, outstanding teams and projects deserve the spotlight.”

The Excellence in Procurement awards winners will be announced in a digital ceremony on Wednesday 16 September 2020.

The shortlisted organisations are:

Best approach to risk mitigation

DAS UK Group 

HSBC

Laing O’Rourke

Lloyds Banking Group

Paxton Access

Sunrise Senior Living

 

Best collaborative teamwork project

BAE Systems

Dentsu Aegis Network

Department for Environment & Rural Affairs

Department of Health and Social Care; NHS EI; NHS BSA; NHS Blood & Transplant; CQC; HEE; PHE; MHRA

HSBC

Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust and NHS Shared Business Services

Nationwide Building Society

NHS Arden & GEM CSU and NHS England

SUEZ Recycling & Recovery UK

 

Best initiative to build a diverse supply base

Eiffage Kier Ferrovial BAM JV

IBM

Ministry of Defence

Sellafield

The Princess Alexandra Hospital

 

Best initiative to deliver social value through procurement 

Department for Environment & Rural Affairs

Foodbuy UK

Nationwide Building Society

 

Best practice in supply chain integration

Eiffage Kier Ferrovial BAM JV

I-Tel Group

Interpublic Group

Lloyds Banking Group

 

Best procurement transformation programme

BAE Systems - Submarines

Defence Infrastructure Organisation

Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs

JEWSON

NHS Supply Chain

Sainsbury's Argos Group

Serco

The Royal British Legion

The Salvation Army

 

Best supplier relationship management initiative

BAE Systems

Ministry of Defence and Cabinet Office

 

Best sustainability project of the year

Arm

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency

Foodbuy UK

Foreign & Commonwealth Office

The University of Birmingham

 

Best use of digital technology

CBRE

Essex County Council

HSBC

Interpublic Group

Sanofi

 

Global sourcing project of the year

Dentsu Aegis Network

Interpublic Group

 

Outstanding diversity and inclusion projects in procurement teams

To be announced at the awards

 

Outstanding people development programme

Augmentas Group

HSBC Global Procurement

Sainsbury's Argos Group

 

Procurement consultancy project of the year

Arcadis

Augmentas Group

Ayming

GEP - GEP develops and implements a three-pronged approach

GEP - GEP Helps Fortune 500 CPG Company

I-Tel Group

Lloyds Banking Group / TWS

Retearn

 

Procurement team of the year - large organisation

Astellas Pharma Europe

Clifford Chance

Dyson

Johnson Matthey

The Princess Alexandra Hospital

The University of Birmingham

 

Procurement team of the year - small organisation

Bromford

Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency

Institute for Apprenticeships and Technical Education

MEH Alliance

NHS Arden & GEM CSU

The Royal British Legion

The Salvation Army

 

Public procurement project of the year

Department for International Development

Home Office

JSC "Ukrainian Railways"

Ministry of Defence

NHS England & NHS Improvement

NHS England and NHS Arden & GEM CSU

South Gloucestershire Council

 

Young talent

Alice Bray – New Zealand Transport Agency Waka Kotahi

Anna Thorncroft – MTR Corporation Crossrail

Cael Sendell-Price – Buckinghamshire Council

Christopher Wagner – Walsall Council

Emily Pether – BAE Systems Submarines

Emily Rogers – Orbit Group

Jack Greenwood – Clifford Chance

Jack Moss – Maidstone & Tunbridge Wells NHS Trust

Nadine Davis – Dyson Technology

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