Magazine article Public Finance

Outstanding Public Servant of the Year

Magazine article Public Finance

Outstanding Public Servant of the Year

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It is now only a week to the Public Servants of the Year Awards. With the general election campaign in full swing, this is an ideal time to recognise the remarkable work carried out by public servants across the country.

This year's ceremony will be bigger than ever. More than 700 people will gather at London's Grosvenor House Hotel to see the awards presented on Thursday, April 21. The event has been endorsed by Prime Minister Tony Blair and is again supported by CIPFA, the Cabinet Office and the Office of Government Commerce.

There are 15 categories plus two overall awards - the Outstanding Team of the Year and the Outstanding Public Servant of the Year. The latter prize is now in its fifth year and is highly regarded in the public sector. Previous winners include Badrul Hussain, a rapid response officer from Tower Hamlets council, and Christine Golden, a tax officer from the Inland Revenue.

Whoever follows in their footstep will be someone who has made an exceptional contribution to public services. …

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