For the second year running the British Library has won the joint Chartered
Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) and
PricewaterhouseCoopers award for national organisations with an annual turnover
of more than £50m
It won the award based on its 2004-05 annual report.
The award was part of the Public Reporting and Accountability Awards held in
Harrogate this week.
The British Library came first based on the ‘flair and professionalism of its
Entries to the awards were judged according to five criteria: appropriateness
for particular audiences; clarity; timeliness; innovation; and success in
achieving response from the public and other stakeholders.
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