Recognised excellence

Nomination history

The below chart provides a snapshot of the nomination history across the seven Premier’s Awards categories.

Category 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
Developing the economy 7 9 5 10 5 14 5
Improving Aboriginal outcomes (introduced in 2011) - 4 11 8 9 9 3
Improving government and reducing red tape 13 11 13 19 17 8 7
Managing the environment 6 9 6 10 4 8 7
Revitalising the regions 5 9 8 5 6 12 4
Strengthening families and communities 15 13 8 13 8 7 10
Western Australia in Asia (introduced in 2013) - - - 6 1 3 1

Profiles of winners and finalists

Congratulations to all agencies and project teams for their contribution to the Premier’s Awards for Excellence in Public Sector Management.

2016

Winner:
Department of Water – Mowanjum Project
2016 Profile of Winners and Finalists

2015

Winner:
Housing Authority – Foyer Oxford
2015 Profile of Winners and Finalists

2014

Winner:
Department of Housing – Shared Equity EOI Program
2014 Profile of Winners and Finalists

2013

Winner:
Department of Education – Independent Public Schools: Leading education reform and innovation in Western Australia
2013 Profile of Winners and Finalists

2012

Winner:
Department of Training and Workforce Development - Joining the dots: Aboriginal workforce development centres
2012 Profile of Winners and Finalists

2011

Winner:
Western Australian Museum and Woodside Energy Ltd - Exploring the Marine Biodiversity of Northern Western Australia (WA)
2011 Profile of Winners and Finalists

2010

Winner:
Department of Agriculture and Food - Indigenous Landholder Service
2010 Profile of Winners and Finalists


Page last updated 6 January 2017