Congratulations to GovPDC and HealthPDC!

We are really pleased that two of our networks have been shortlisted for The Cabinet Office’s ‘The Way We Work Awards’ (TW3). Both the Government Project Delivery Community (GovPDC) and Health Project Delivery Community (HealthPDC) were launched on Knowledge Hub last year. These networks are for those involved in project and programme delivery.

The GovPDC is a network of like-minded people from the Civil Service with an interest in project and programme delivery in government, who want to learn and share experiences and knowledge. The HealthPDC supports efficient and successful project delivery across the health family of organisations, including the Department of Health for England and its Arms Length Bodies.

Through the use of their Knowledge Hub networks and collaboration tools, members are sharing ideas, knowledge and experience, solving problems, staying in touch and making new relationships across organisational boundaries, all on one platform.

The TW3 Awards are open to anyone involved in delivering work transformation in the Civil Service, and are judged by industry leaders in the field of smarter working and organisational transformation. The winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on 24 January 2017. Congratulations to all of the group facilitators and members involved in these networks on this great achievement, and we wish you the very best of luck!

We’ll let you know how they get on soon.

Find out more about the Government Project Delivery Community and the Health Project Delivery Community.

Find out more about TW3.

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1 Comments

Darren Weale 2 Years Ago
Good luck to them both. As a former civil servant previously involved in collaborative working I know this sort of information sharing is very important at a time when so much is being asked of public servants. The winners will be known soon enough - tomorrow, judging by your post.