December 5th 2018 | Garden Lobby, The Scottish Parliament

Timeline:

23 Jul
' Nominations Open '
5 Oct
' Nominations Close '
29 Oct
' Shortlist Announced '
5 Dec
' Awards Ceremony '

Shortlist

Thanks to everyone who submitted an entry this year, the judging panel had to make a few tough decisions due to the high level of entries. We are delighted to announce the following entries have been shortlisted:

Campbell Christie Public Sector Reform

  • Distress Brief Intervention (DBI): Connected Compassionate Support for People Presenting in Distress in Scotland
  • Dundee and Angus College – From Good to Great
  • Helping those who need us most - Falkirk Council Advice Hub

 

 

Community Engagement

  • Dundee City Council – Dundee Decides
  • East Ayrshire Council – "Caring for you, your home and your community"
  • Renfrewshire Council – Paisley City of Culture 2021

 

 

Third Sector Partnership

  • Sacro and NHS Lothian – Women’s Clinic
  • VisitScotland – ScotSpirit Breaks 2018
  • Who Cares? Scotland and Scottish Funding Council – The National Ambition for Care Experienced People

 

Project and Programme Management

  • Renfrewshire Council Street Lighting Project
  • Scottish Government – Fair Start Scotland - Devolution of Employability Support
  • Scottish Government – Glasgow 2018 European Championships

 

Leadership

  • HM Revenue and Customs – Emma Cappie
  • NHS24 – Steph Phillips
  • SEPA – Martin Valenti

 

Communications

  • Renfrewshire Council – Paisley 2021
  • "How to do CPR" – Save a life for Scotland – Scottish Government – The Leith Agency
  • Scottish Government – NHS at 70: Celebrating 70 years of the NHS in Scotland

 

Digital Public Services

  • Fife Council Drone Photography and Video Service
  • Glasgow City Council – Bulk Waste App
  • NSS Digital Service – SAS ePR

 

Championing Gender Equality

  • Edinburgh Napier University – Inclusion Strategy
  • Scottish Parliament and YWCA Scotland – Young Women Lead
  • West Lothian Council – Women n2 Work

 

Rising Star

  • Dundee and Angus College – Sarah Rennie
  • NHS24 – Caroline English
  • Perth and Kinross Council – Jack Brolly

 

Employee Development and Skills

  • HM Revenue and Customs - Field Force Unit 2
  • North Ayrshire Council – Professional Learning Academy
  • Scottish Government – Scottish Digital Academy

 

Policy Development

  • Marie Curie and MND Scotland – Social Security in Scotland – A Fair Definition of ‘Terminal Illness’
  • Scottish Government – Scottish Income Tax System
  • Scottish Government – Tackling Child Poverty Programme

 

Commercial Partnerships

  • Dundee and Angus College – The Digital Mile
  • Scotland Excel – Care Cost Model
  • Scottish Government – CivTech Programme