North of England
Commercial Procurement Collaborative

Awards

GO Excellence in Public Procurement Awards 2016/17 - HIGHLY COMMENDED Best Service Award: Health and Social Care Organisations

The whole NOE CPC team was recognised for its role in providing a valuable public sector service by receiving highly commended status in the GO Excellence in Public Procurement Awards 2016/17.


GO Excellence in Public Procurement Awards 2016/17 - FINALIST: Best Service Award – Health and Social Care Organisations

NOE CPC was shortlisted on behalf of the whole NOE CPC team in recognition of quality and innovation in service delivery and a commitment to customer satisfaction, savings and continual improvement addressing issues such as efficiency and sustainability.


HCSA 2015/16 - WINNER: Excellence in Healthcare Commissioning Support Award

This award is for a healthcare commissioning contracting or procurement initiative that has made a demonstrable improvement in the delivery of patient care.

NOE CPC won the award for its bespoke project in partnership with NHS England and National Offender Management Services (NOMS), for the procurement of new Personality Disorder Services into separate prison settings, along with a mentoring and advocacy service as part of the Government’s objective to improve the management of offenders with personality disorders.


HCSA 2015/16 - WINNER: Procurement and Supply Chain Management Collaboration Award

This award recognises the NHS procurement/supply chain management team and its partner organisation (private or public sector) which through the development of a collaborative partnership can demonstrate some or all of the following:

Efficiency gains that are quantifiable in real cash terms

Tangible service improvement benefits

Key characteristics of this successful collaboration

Innovative and sustainable attributes developed through the partnership

Transferability and ease of adoption by other partnerships within the NHS

Measures taken to successfully engage NHS stakeholders within the customer organisation

NOE CPC won this award for its Medical and Surgical Equipment Maintenance and Calibration framework, which provides access to a full range of maintenance and calibration solutions for business critical lifesaving medical equipment.


HCSA 2015/16 - SHORTLISTED: Procurement and Supply Chain Team Award

This award recognises achievement in a number of complementary areas in delivering excellence to the NHS stakeholder organisation(s) which it serves, demonstrating some or all of the following:

Customer service excellence

Delivery of financial and other benefits

Development and adoption of good practice

People development and succession planning

Collaboration with NHS, private, public and third sector organisations

Strategic focus

Adoption and implementation of the NHS Standards of Procurement


LYPFT Trust Awards 2015 - WINNER: Support Services Award

The Trust Awards recognise the lengths LYPFT employees, members and volunteers go to in providing exceptional services for our service users and carers.

The Awards are a highly regarded way of giving something back to people who provide challenging, yet essential, specialist mental health and learning disability services to the people of Leeds, York and beyond.


HSJ Value in Healthcare Awards 2015 - WINNER: Value and Improvement in Procurement

The awards demsontrate recognition and celebration for all the organisations making steps to greatly improve efficiency and value, in both back office functions and clinical initiatives in healthcare.

2015 was a record breaking year for entries with more organisations than ever before demonstrating that they are striving to improve value and efficiency in healthcare. From 532 entries, 140 organisations were shortlisted and 21 organisations have been judged to be leading the way in this increasingly important area. 

NOE CPC was recognised for its work as part of the NHS Collaborative Procurement Partnership (NHS CPP) for its Total Orthopaedic Solutions framework. 


GO Excellence in Public Procurement Awards 2015/16 - FINALIST: GO Contract Management Initiative of the Year Award

The Government Opportunities (GO) Excellence in Public Procurement Awards recognise and reward excellence and achievement in this multibillion-pound sector and for the past 16 years have been the benchmark by which progress in commissioning, procurement and public service delivery has been measured.

Public sector spending continues as one of the most highest profile topics in the minds of politicians, the business community and the public, and as a result public procurement will receive unprecedented levels of focus and challenge in 2016 and beyond. The GO Awards provide the perfect showcase for the most exciting initiatives and innovations, as well as the inspirational people driving progress and change.

The GO Awards showcase the very best that public sector procurement has to offer as a career, as a market sector and, most importantly, as a means of delivering more efficient and effective public services.

NOE CPC was shortlisted for for its Medical Equipment Maintenance framework with Philips Healthcare. We were also shortlisted for our collaborative framework for Nursing and Nursing Related Staff


GO Excellence in Public Procurement Awards 2015/16 - FINALIST: GO Procurement Team of the Year Award

Team working is pivotal to the success of public procurement, and the GO Team of the Year Award recognises the power and potential of a focused and unified approach to procurement initiatives. Above all, this Award recognises communication, collaboration and a collective determination to deliver excellence in public services.

Recognition is given based on the accomplishments of the team in relation to its size and the complexity of its procurement activities.


GO Excellence in Public Procurement Awards 2015/16 - FINALIST: GO Procurement Team of the Year Award

Team working is pivotal to the success of public procurement, and the GO Team of the Year Award recognises the power and potential of a focused and unified approach to procurement initiatives. Teams can be based within one organisation or spread over multiple organisations; but they must comprise individuals working towards the same objective or goal. Above all, this Award recognises communication, collaboration and a collective determination to deliver excellence in public services.

Recognition is given based on the accomplishments of the team in relation to its size and the complexity of its procurement activities.

NOE CPC was shortlisted for a bespoke project on Personality Disorder Services on behalf of NHS England and National Offender Management Services (NOMS).