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PEOPLESven Bluemmel, Wayne Gregson, Cheryl Gwilliam
DEPARTMENTSWA Department of the Attorney-General, WA Department of Fire and Emergency Services, Shire of Denmark, Pilbara Ports Authority, WA Department of Transport, WA Housing Authority, WA Department of Education, Landgate
TAGS WA Department of Fire and Emergency Services, WA Department of Education, Western Australia, IPAA WA, WA Public Sector Commission's Centre for Public Sector Excellence, WA Department of the Attorney-General, WA Department of Transport, WA Housing Authority, Wayne Gregson, Cheryl Gwilliam, Sven Bluemmel
The 2015 IPAA WA Achievement Awards were held last week over lunch at the Hyatt Regency, Perth. Congratulations to all the winners.
Some of the best public servants in Western Australia received well deserved praise and recognition last Friday alongside a few top guns from the charitable sector at their state’s Institute for Public Administration Australia achievement awards, hosted by IPAA WA president Sven Bluemmel.
Bluemmel said there was an overwhelming response to the two collaboration awards, “indicative of the successful collaborations between government and non-government agencies in WA to provide better outcomes for the community.”
Cheryl Gwilliam and Sean L’Estrange MLA.
Top of the list was Cheryl Gwilliam, who has led the Department of the Attorney-General since 2007 and won the Patrons Award, WA’s highest public sector accolade. She sits on the WA Public Sector Commission’s Centre for Public Sector Excellence advisory board and has overseen the introduction of employment targets in her department for indigenous people and people with disabilities, as well as traineeships to bring in younger people.
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Stephen Easton is a journalist at The Mandarin based in Canberra. He's previously reported for Canberra CityNews and worked on industry titles for The Intermedia Group.
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