Efficiency North’s Frameworks 4 Good Fund was shortlisted for the Best Contribution to Corporate Responsibility Award in the national CIPS Supply Management Awards 2014.
A CIPS Supply Management Award is the most prestigious recognition a company or individual in the procurement and supply chain profession can receive. The 13-strong judging panel, chaired by Andrew Newnham, Group Procurement Director at ITV, assess all entries in a rigorous two stage process before selecting the winners in each of the 14 award categories and the overall winner from the 12 team categories.
The Awards Ceremony, held on Thursday 11th September at the Grosvenor House Hotel on Park Lane, London, and compered by film, TV and stage actor Stephen Mangan, brought together a record attendance of top talent to celebrate excellence in procurement and supply management.
BT were the winners of the Best Contribution to Corporate Responsibility Award, chosen from a shortlist that also included Capgemini, F. Hoffman-La Roche, Marks and Spencer, the Scottish Government and Surrey County Council.
Efficiency North Director Lee Parkinson commented, “It’s great to receive recognition of the Frameworks 4 Good Fund at this prestigious, national level. We have demonstrated that the fund is an innovative use of procurement which not only secures significant efficiencies, but also converts savings into real money that can transform real lives in the communities our landlord members serve.”
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