Civil Service Awards 2015: the full list of winners
Find out which civil servants won awards at Thursday night's prestigious Buckingham Palace bash
Officials from across the UK joined The Queen at Buckingham Palace last night for the tenth annual Civil Service Awards.
CSW is delighted to present the full list of winners – congratulations from the editorial team to everyone who won and all those short listed.
The winners are:
The Analysis & Use of Evidence Award
Legacy Policy and Analytical Teams, Scottish Government
The Clarity Award
Oliver Carter, Department of Health
The Building Capability & Skills Award
Digital Academy, Department for Work and Pensions
The Commercial Award
Housing Markets and Guarantees, Department for Communities and Local Government
The Dame Lesley Strathie Operational Excellence Award
Working Out Team, HMP Standford Hill, National Offender Management Service
The Financial Management Award
Child Maintenance Programme, Department for Work and Pensions
The Project and Programme Management Award
Transforming Rehabilitation, Ministry of Justice
The Innovation Award
Multidisciplinary Body Armour Coverage Analysis Team
The Leadership Award
Wendy Hardaker, Government Legal Department
The Policy Award
Drug Driving Team, Department for Transport and Home Office
The Volunteering Award
Elizabeth Formby, Department for Education
The Digital Award
MapSearch Project, HM Land Registry
The Communication Award
Ebola Campaign, Department of Health & Department for International Development
The Inspirational Line Manager of the Year Award
Ben Jones, Forestry Commission England
The Diversity & Inclusion Award
John Norcliffe, HM Revenue & Customs
The Supporting Growth & Productivity Award
Cities and Local Growth Unit, Department for Communities and Local Government and Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
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