Procurement Australasia

AWARDS

Date

19th November 2021

8:00 am – 4:30 pm AEST

Location

Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre

Level 1 Foyer 1.3 &1.4, Meeting Room 105 & 106, 1 Convention Centre Place South Wharf

Melbourne, VIC 3006

Australia

Procurement Australasia Awards 2021 The Procurement Australasia Awards aims to highlight the vital role procurement plays across public, private, not for profit, educational and NGOs sectors and at the same time recognises and rewards the work of outstanding procurement professionals, member organisations. The nominations are called for across Australia. Entries close COB 15 July 2021, and the winners will be announced at the 15th Procurement Australasia Annual Conference on Friday 19 November 2021 at the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre.

Celebrating the 15th Anniversary of Procurement Australasia’s National Conference

we will be presenting the following awards:

THE JACINTA BARTLETT AWARD

The Individual Excellence in Procurement Award

This award proudly sponsored by CIPS is open to all senior individuals across Australia, the individual Excellence in Procurement Award is inspired by the memory of Jacinta Bartlett, a highly respected member of the Victorian Local Government procurement family. Jacinta tragically lost her life in the Black Saturday bush fires and this award acknowledges her professionalism and commitment. Judges will be looking for an individual who has consistently enhanced the way in which their organisation has procured goods and services,delivered results beyond expectation and ensured the demands of current legislation are satisfied.

 

CIPS proudly sponsors the Individual Excellence in Procurement Award. The winner will receive four days CIPS open training programme, value of $5000.

See below interview of the 2019 Jacinta Bartlett Award winner

COLLABORATION & INNOVATION IN PROCUREMENT AWARDS

Sponsored by Blue Connections, this category recognises a procurement project, action or initiative that has been developed by different departments or organisations to deliver a successful outcome. We will be looking for entries that demonstrate a fresh approach to a challenging issue.

SUSTAINABILITY IN PROCUREMENT AWARD

Sponsored by Bunnings, this category recognises a procurement project, action or initiative that has been developed by different departments or organisations to deliver a successful outcome. We will be looking for entries that demonstrate a fresh approach to a challenging issue.

SOCIAL PROCUREMENT AWARD

In its third year, this award recognises member organisations that have developed social procurement policies and guidelines.

SUPPLIER OF THE YEAR

Sponsored by Procurement Australasia this category is open to all suppliers and services providers, however members can only vote for the Supplier of the Year. Proudly supported by Procurement Australasia.

Winner of Our Awards

Here are our previous winner

2019 Winners:

The Jacinta Bartlett Award – Individual Excellence in Procurement – Madeleine Taylor

Collaboration and Innovation in Procurement Award – Sydney Water Corporation

Sustainable Procurement Award – Wodonga Institute of TAFE

Social Procurement Award – Regional Collaboration Security Project Group

Supplier of the Year Award – Bunnings

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Winner of Our Awards

Here are our previous winner

2019 Winners:

Paul James Everitt Scholarship  – Todd Neeson

Social Procurement Award – Regional Collaboration Security Project Group

Supplier of the Year Award – Bunnings

The Jacinta Bartlett Award – Individual Excellence in Procurement – Madeleine Taylor

Sustainable Procurement Award – Wodonga Institute of TAFE

Collaboration and Innovation in Procurement Award – Sydney Water Corporation

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    Gordon Donovan

    Having over 30 years of procurement experience leading transformations and establishing functions to deliver enterprise-wide value, Gordon is recognized as a leader in the industry. He is both a Fellow of CIPS and a council member of World Commerce & Contracting.


    Gordon has extensive experience in developing frameworks, processes and governance, ensuring world-class procurement outcomes are achieved. He is recognised as a thought leader within procurement and a sought-after speaker, writer and presenter.