Nominations are now closed for 2013.
The Achievement Awards aim to recognise individual and organisational excellence in public service.
To celebrate the achievements of the public service, join your colleagues at the Awards Presentation Ceremony on 28th June 2013 at the Hyatt Regency Perth.
Click here to register your table. Individual and Corporate Members receive significant discounts.
Who can Nominate
Current Personal or Corporate members of the WA Institute of Public Administration can nominate an individual or organisation per the nomination criteria (find out more on becoming a member).
These Awards are open to any employee or organisation (as applicable) that works in Western Australia in any tier of public service including Local; State; Federal; Not-For-Profit and the Academic sector.
Benefits of Nominating
Entering the Achievement Awards provides you with the opportunity to:
- Highlight your commitment to best practice in public service in WA
- Showcase a project, initiative or program that demonstrates leadership and contribution to your workplace
- Gain recognition for your team’s achievements; and
- Increase awareness of ‘best practice’ across the public service and the broader community.
There are a total of 14 Awards, nine open to individuals and five best practice awards for organisations. View the Judging Panel list.
Public Sector Commission Young Leader of the Year
Leader of the Year (3 Awards)
Best Practitioner in Public Service (4 Awards)
WA Business News Innovation in the Not For Profit (NFP) Sector
Best Practice in Collaboration (2 Awards)
Organisation Demonstrating Best Practice (2 Awards)
There are limited opportunities to sponsor an Award category. Please contact us for further information.