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December 14, 2015 Business News No Comments Email Email

QBT and Expense8 are proud to be supporting innovation and excellence in the public sector as sponsors of the prestigious Chief Minister’s Award for Excellence in the Public Sector for 2015.

Chief Ministers Awards for Excellence In The Public Sector 2015. Photo Creative Light Studios.

Figure 1: Above from left Ross Appleton (QBT); Michael Roseth (italk library); Edwin Edlund (Parks and Wildlife); Mark Crummy (Parks and Wildlife); Nick Gonios (expense8); Joel Carter (Parks and Wildlife); Dr Anne Walters (Parks and Wildlife) and Adam Giles (Chief Minister of the NT).

The annual awards, which were held recently, recognise the achievements across 8 different award categories.

The Parks and Wildlife Commission of the NT took out the coveted 2015 Award for Innovation for their “Crocwise” initiative, a campaign aimed at reducing the risk of crocodile attacks in the Northern Territory through public education and active crocodile management. The multi-level campaign involved videos and commercials translated into Kriol, Anandilayakwa, Murrinh-Patha, Tiwi, Yolngu and English.

Ross Appleton, National Sales and Government Relations Manager for QBT and Nick Gonios, Chief Operating Officer for expense8 Common presented the award:

Government Relations Manager for QBT said, “We were honoured to present this award in the category of innovation in the public sector.”

“This award category is particularly important to both our organisations, as we are passionate about providing innovative technologies to the public sector. Congratulations to the Parks and Wildlife Commission of the NT for the well-deserved win and congratulations to all the other nominees.”

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