About the awards
The Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Public Sector Management were launched in 1996 to inspire public sector agencies, local governments, public universities and government trading enterprises (public authorities) to strive for excellence in the delivery of their services to the community. As well as recognising and celebrating world-class achievements by those involved in the delivery of public services, the awards play an important role in motivating public authorities to become more innovative in meeting the community’s needs.
The awards focus on specific initiatives and are assessed on public authorities’ nominations demonstrating success against a number of criteria.
The seven award categories are:
- Develping the economy
- Improving Aboriginal outcomes
- Improving government and reducing red tape
- Managing the environment
- Revitalising the regions
- Strengthening families and communities
- Western Australia in Asia
For a better understanding of the awards, follow the steps in the Awards journey.
For information on the Premier’s Awards, contact the Premier’s Awards team at the Public Sector Commission.
Phone: 6552 8579
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Page last updated 10 January 2017