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Who won what at this year's Civil Service Awards

Civil Service Awards 2014 - the AwardsAfter 5 months of deliberation and with almost 700 nominations whittled down to 16 categories, last night we finally found out who won what at this year's Civil Service Awards.

Now in their ninth year, the awards give us a chance to recognise the amazing work civil servants do on a day-to-day basis, and to celebrate those who have gone above and beyond or whose projects have significantly contributed to improving the lives of citizens.

Prime Minister David Cameron said:

Ensuring we have a professional and efficient Civil Service is a key part of our long term economic plan. I want to congratulate not only the award winners and nominees for their achievements, but all civil servants involved in the transformative work of government.

And Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg MP said in his congratulatory email message earlier in the day:

[The] Civil Service Awards celebrates the dedication, enthusiasm and expertise you and your teams bring to this work, and – whether you’re up for an award or not – you should be proud of the positive difference you’re making to people’s lives every day.

Once again the ceremony was held at Lancaster House, and excitement started building from the announcement of the shortlist right up to the doors opening. But who won? Find out below, along with all the social media reaction from the night .

See the complete list of winners here or catch up with the social media reaction below:

 

4 comments

  1. Comment by Michael posted on

    Where is the list of winners? Seems trying to be digital and social is getting in the way of content. Leave social media to social media and focus on what is important. Reminds me of 'how to identify a wave'. Viewing on IOS so may be different elsewhere.

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      Comment by Russell Barnes posted on

      You make a good point Michael - we've added a link above to the winners list on the Civil Service Awards page, but here's the link as well: http://www.civilserviceawards.com/winners

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        Comment by Michael posted on

        Thanks. Worth letting the Civil Service awards team know that the winners page can't be viewed on mobile.

  2. Comment by Billy d posted on

    Surely we could protect more jobs by removing these unnecessary events.