Companies house, the corporate registrar, will compete against the Occupational Pensions Regulatory Authority and the Adult Learning Inspectorate in the category ‘national organisations with an annual turnover of less than £50m’ as part of the 2004 Public Reporting and Accountability Awards which take place on the 15 July.
The organisation, part of the Department of Trade & Industry, has already had awards success, winning the first Accountancy Age Public and Voluntary Sector Annual Report and Accounts Award in 2002.
Other organisations shortlisted are:
Local organisations with an annual turnover of less than £50m
- Rooftop Housing Group
- Wychavon District Council
- Bristol Missing Link Ltd
Local organisations with an annual turnover of £50m or more
- Addenbrooke’s NHS Trust
- Inverclyde Council
- Glasgow Housing Association
National organisations with an annual turnover of £50m or more
- Driving Standards Agency
- Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency
- HM Land Registry
The awards are open to organisations working across the public services, including voluntary and private sector organisations whose primary activities are the provision of public sector services.
The awards are presented by the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy and the PricewaterhouseCoopers.
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