Awards sponsored by the State Services Commission
Read about awards sponsored by the State Services Commission.
The State Services Commission sponsors awards to recognise efforts at improving individual managerial capability, leadership development, and organisational development in the State sector. The Commission partners with national professional organisations to administer the application processes and awards ceremonies.
Applications are submitted to the partner organisation and judged, in part, by representatives from the State Services Commission, Each award has its own unique application date which is determined by the partner organisation. More information on the details of each award including the purpose, criteria, past winners, and application or nomination dates is available in the Resources section below.
2015 IPANZ Deloitte Fujitsu Public Sector Excellence Awards
The Deloitte Fujitsu Public Sector Excellence Awards celebrate outstanding performances and achievements of organisations and project teams in the New Zealand Public Sector, showcasing the significant contribution the wider public sector makes to meeting the needs of New Zealand and New Zealanders. They recognise and promote excellence in terms of vision, innovation and results and encourage continuous improvement. Categories for the 2015 IPANZ Deloitte Fujitsu Public Sector Excellence Awards were:
- Integrity and Trust
- Crown-Maori Relationships
- Digital Impact
- Achieving Collective Impact
- Improving Performance through Leadership Excellence
- Public Sector Engagement
- Regulatory Systems
Congratulations to all of the finalists and winners of the IPANZ Deloitte Fujitsu Public Sector Excellence Awards.
For information about these annual awards and the past winners see: Previous Winners on the IPANZ website
Ria McBride Public Service Management Award
The Ria McBride Public Service Management Award is made by the State Services Commission in in conjunction with the New Horizons for Women Trust. The criteria for the Award, and past winners, is published here. Further information is available on the New Horizons for Women Trust website.