A mark of distinction and exceptional achievement to a person who has shown distinctive leadership in public administration and public service in Canada, or who, by his/her writings or other endeavours, has made a significant contribution in the field of public administration or public service in Canada.
Distinguishes government organizations that have shown exceptional innovations that address the wide variety of issues facing society today.
Awarded to a promising new public service professional. The individual will be an emerging leader within the public sector and represent the ideals, values and abilities of sound public administration.
The Tony Hunt Kwakiutl carving is awarded at the annual IPAC Conference to a Regional IPAC group that exhibits excellence in its endeavours while exemplifying the ideals and objectives of the Institute's Mission.
Awarded for Excellence in the Teaching of Public Administration.
The IPAC Public Sector Excellence Awards program recognizes organizations that have demonstrated outstanding leadership by taking bold steps to improve public services, support government priorities or have had a significant impact on public policy and improving Canada through advancements in public administration and management.
IPAC celebrates outstanding scholarship with two awards to acknowledge the best of Canadian Public Administration (CPA) journal articles in both English and French.
Awards in your region.
The National Student and Thought Leadership Awards in Public Administration, a joint initiative of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC) and the Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration (CAPPA), recognizes talent in Canadian schools at the regional level and the national level.