Local Government Procurement

Procurement Awards

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Awards 2021 – Call for Nominations

Local Government Procurement invites you to celebrate your people who are amazing, inspirational, outstanding and strive hard make their community better, more accessible and inclusive.

The Local Government Procurement Awards recognise excellence, best practice and exceptional work demonstrated by either an individual, group or organisation and reward them for making a difference in local government and their community. Please take the time to nominate employees or colleagues who go above and beyond to achieve excellent outcomes and deserve to be honoured and celebrated. 

Procurement Award Categories

The award recipients receive a personalised plaque and professional development training of the winner’s choice to the value of $2,500. 

New Procurement Professional

To be eligible the nominee must have less than 2 years’ experience in procurement within NSW local government.

Outstanding Procurement Professional of the Year

To be eligible the nominee must have minimum 2 years’ experience in procurement within NSW local government.

Sustainable Procurement Achievement

This award is for either an individual or organisation that has demonstrated exceptional sustainable procurement work.

To submit a nomination for the above awards please download and complete the nomination form and email LGP Events.

Nominations close COB Friday 19 November 2021.

For further information regarding the Procurement Awards please contact Emma Murray, Director Corporate Services via email or call on 02 8270 8710.

LGP Approved Contractor of the Year Award 2021

The award will reflect the efforts and achievements of LGP’s Approved Contractors specifically under the LGP/NPN contracts during FY21. The recipient receives a personalised plaque and associated branding to promote their achievement. 

Submissions will be assessed against the criteria listed below:

  • Demonstrated introduction and/or application of sustainability initiatives
  • Evidence of applied innovation – through business, product or service
  • Demonstrated commercial growth through the LGP contract
  • Demonstrated promotion of the LGP contract or LGP with staff and buyers
  • Demonstrate your achievements across the NSW local government sector under LGP contracts

To submit a nomination for this award please download and complete the nomination form and email LGP Events

Nominations close COB Friday 19 November 2021.

For further information regarding the LGP Approved Contractor Awards please contact Michelle Burgess Contractor Relationships Manager via email or call 02 8270 8719.

Award Winners

Procurement Awards 2020

The winners of the 2020 Local Government Procurement Awards are listed below:

  • Cindy Tran, Canterbury-Bankstown Council
    New Procurement Professional Award
  • Waverley Council
    Sustainable Procurement Achievement
  • Marea Getsios, City of Canada Bay
    Outstanding Procurement Professional of the Year Award

Procurement Awards 2019

The winners of the 2019 Local Government Procurement Awards are listed below:

  • Charlotte Cottam, Liverpool City Council
    New Procurement Professional Award
  • Byron Shire Council
    Sustainable Procurement Achievement
  • Craig Wade, Cessnock City Council
    Outstanding Procurement Professional of the Year Award

Procurement Awards 2018

The winners of the 2018 Local Government Procurement Awards are listed below:

  • Michael Cable, Sutherland Shire Council
    New Procurement Professional Award
  • Lake Macquarie City Council
    Sustainable Procurement Achievement
  • Lisa Neal, Northern Beaches Council
    Outstanding Procurement Professional of the Year Award
    • Highly commended – Cindy Garrahy, Armidale Regional Council

Procurement Awards 2017

The winners of the 2017 Local Government Procurement Awards are listed below:

  • Tania Myers, Coffs Harbour City Council
    NSW Local Government New Procurement Professional Award
  • North Sydney Council
    NSW Local Government Sustainable Procurement Initiative
    • Highly commended – Shannon Noble, Port Macquarie-Hastings Council
  • Ashleigh Simpson, The Hills Shire Council
    NSW Local Government Procurement Professional Award
    • Highly commended – Thomas Brayley, Tweed Shire Council

Procurement Awards 2016

The winners of the 2016 Local Government Procurement Awards are listed below:

  • Jessica Duong, City of Sydney
    NSW Local Government New Procurement Professional Award
  • Lyn Blain, Southern Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils
    NSW Local Government Sustainable Procurement Initiative
  • Kristie Ward, Mid-Western Regional Council
    NSW Local Government Procurement Professional Award
    • Highly commended – Preston Parkes, Glen Innes Severn Council
    • Highly commended – Chris Hayne, Wollongong City Council

Procurement Awards 2015

The winners of the 2015 Local Government Procurement Awards are listed below.

  • Deb Tuckerman, Great Lakes Council
    NSW Local Government New Procurement Professional Award
  • Illawarra Joint Organisation
    NSW Local Government New Procurement Organisation Award
  • David Connelly, Bankstown City Council
    NSW Local Government Procurement Professional Award
  • Ian Rudgley, City of Sydney
    NSW Local Government Procurement Professional Award

Procurement Awards 2014

The winners of the 2014 Local Government Procurement Awards are listed below.

  • Christy Cantwell, Queanbeyan City Council
    NSW Local Government New Procurement Professional Award
  • Bronwyn Challis, Canterbury City Council
    NSW Local Government Procurement Professional Award

Procurement Awards 2013

The winners of the 2013 Local Government Procurement Awards are listed below.

  • Suzanne Cameron, Narrabri Shire Council
    NSW Local Government New Procurement Professional Award
  • Mary-Ellen Wallace, Wyong Shire Council
    NSW Local Government Procurement Professional Award

Inaugural Procurement Awards 2012

The winners of the inaugural 2012 Local Government Procurement Awards are listed below.

  • Taryn O’Donnell, Lake Macquarie City Council
    NSW Local Government New Procurement Professional Award
  • Michael Robinson, Port Macquarie-Hastings Council
    NSW Local Government Procurement Professional Award

LGP Approved Contractor of the Year Award 2020

The winner of the 2020 Award is:

  • Garwood International

Inaugural LGP Approved Contractor of the Year Award 2019

The winner of this inaugural Award is:

  • Brandworx Australia

The two highly commended nominees are:

  • Allstaff Australia
  • Origin Energy

Foundation LGP Approved Contractor

Presented to Leonards Advertising in 2020

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