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Finalists Chosen for PF's Public Servants Awards

Magazine article Public Finance

Finalists Chosen for PF's Public Servants Awards

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More than 40 finalists have been selected by the judges of the Public Servants of the Year Awards to go forward to the ceremony in London next month.

The finalists come from all parts of the public sector and from throughout the UK. Individuals short listed include a head teacher, a firefighter, a charity chief executive, a park warden and a librarian. Team finalists include jobcentre workers, school cleaners, police units and London Buses.

In total, 20 individuals and 23 teams have been recognised. They were chosen from more than 400 entries - a record for the event.

Sir Michael Lyons, the deputy chair of the Audit Commission and chair of the judging panel, said the awards had highlighted great tales of success.

'The end result is a group of finalists who sum up what is best in our public services. Together they reflect creativity, innovation and a willingness to innovate - the qualities we increasingly expect of our best public servants,' he added. …

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