Magazine article Public Finance

Finalists for PF Public Servants Awards Selected

Magazine article Public Finance

Finalists for PF Public Servants Awards Selected

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Thirty-nine finalists have been selected by the judges of the Public Servants of the Year Awards to go forward to the high-profile ceremony in London in May.

Individuals short listed include a head teacher, a youth worker, a police constable and a housing adviser. Team finalists include librarians, firefighters, an asylum seekers unit and the visa unit of the British High Commission in Pakistan.

In total, ten individuals and 29 teams have been recognised. They were chosen from 450 entries - a record for the event.

Sir Michael Lyons, the chair of the judging panel, praised the range and quality of the entries. 'They show just how many examples there are within the public services of individuals and teams who go beyond narrow job definitions and bring creativity, care and extra value to their work,' he told Public Finance.

The winners across the 13 categories will be announced at the ceremony on Wednesday May 17 along with the two main awards - the Outstanding Public Servant of the Year and the Outstanding Team of the Year. …

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