GO Awards Wales
This year’s GO Awards Wales will take place online.
Since the postponement of the highly anticipated awards ceremony in March, this year’s Government Opportunities (GO) Awards Wales will now take place online on Friday 19 June 2020, 13:00pm – 15:00pm.
This will be the 4th ever GO Awards Wales, and the first ever procurement awards to be held entirely online! Using innovative and interactive technology, the event will bring everyone together online to celebrate excellence in public sector procurement.
This year, entrants have been shortlisted across 9 main categories including a new category for 2020; Best Environmental Impact award. This award is designed to highlight those organisations that have tackled the issue of environmental impact across its procurement and supply chain activities to enable better outcomes and benefits to be delivered.
Finalists for the additional GO Excellence category will be announced live during the event.
Across the 9 categories, a total of 41 entries from across local government; central government; the NHS; education; housing; and third and private sector organisations have successfully reached the finalist stage this year.
For more information on the awards and details on how to join the live event, visit Go Awards Wales.
Don’t miss out on the first ever online GO Awards Wales and best of luck to all entries.
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