Triad’s project working with the Renewable Transport Fuel Obligation (RTFO) Unit at the Department for Transport (DfT) on its Greenhouse Gas system is shortlisted at these prestigious industry awards. The system is used by all fuel and energy providers across the UK to report on energy and fuel supplied and used in road transport and plays a critical role in ensuring that the UK Government achieves its legally required reductions in CO2 emissions.
The project has been shortlisted in the Best Public Sector IT Project of the year which will be awarded to a public sector organisation for the most outstanding business project. Recognising the use of IT to benefit the organisation or its clients, the winner will be selected based on the project outcomes and not for the technology per se.
Paul Fletcher, Group CEO, BCS, The Chartered Institute for IT, said: “The pandemic has highlighted how central IT is to everyone’s lives, enabling us to work, play and stay connected. These awards celebrate the best and show the breadth of creativity and excellence in the IT sector. Congratulations to Triad Group Plc and the DfT for being shortlisted, as this clearly demonstrates you are already a leader in your sector. That’s a fantastic achievement and I wish you the best of luck as you head towards the finals.”
Stuart Sumner, Editorial Director, Computing, added: “Being shortlisted in the UK IT Industry Awards is a tremendous achievement, huge congratulations to Triad Group Plc and the DfT. The unique, rigorous and independent judging process sets these awards apart, and mean that only the finest submissions are able to progress to the face to face judging rounds. Very well done to Triad Group Plc and the DfT for being shortlisted, you should be very proud as it’s a fantastic achievement.”
The BCS & Computing UK IT Industry Awards are a platform for the entire profession to celebrate best practice, innovation and excellence.