Magazine article Public Finance

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Magazine article Public Finance

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Life is never easy in the public services. If it's not funding problems, it's the search for efficiencies and the demand for restructuring, reorganisation and reform.

In such an environment, it would be easy for morale to slip and for services to falter. But this is clearly not the case, judging by the entries to the Public Servants of the Year Awards.

This year Public Finance received 450 entries - a record number - across the 13 categories that now encompass individuals, teams and projects. The quality of the entries remains exceptional and provides some fantastic stories of endeavour, commitment and innovation.

We give a flavour of these tales in the pages that follow. But the 39 finalists will have to wait for the ceremony at London's Grosvenor House on Wednesday, May 17, to find out who has won.

They have two hurdles to overcome. Our high-profile judging panel, under the expert chair of Sir Michael Lyons, will select the category winners. …

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