The Quality Award is a distinction awarded to departments and entities within the Public Administration, whose service delivery to customers reaches those standards of service defined through the 4 Pillars (voice and understanding the customer,
design and implementation of policies and services that meet customer expectation,
delivery of a quality service and
accountability, where people become part of the excellence of the service provided), the 10 Quality Service Determinants as defined by the SERVQUAL quality model (Reliability, Responsiveness, Competence, Access, Courtesy, Communication, Credibility, Security, Understanding/Knowing the Customer and Tangibles), Directive 4-1 and any other directives or policies which establish quality standards within the Public Administration.
While the Public Service may identify, through the Quality Forum, a department or entity as prospective candidates for the Quality Award, any department or entity may opt to apply for the Quality Award by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once such application is accepted, the process that leads to the achievement of standards leading to the granting of the Quality Award, takes off. A revision of the services and processes of the candidate department or entity ensues. The service delivery to customers by the candidate department or entity is then evaluated by Quality & Development Directorate by means of the following assessment tools: Attitude Surveys, Departmental Service Quality Assessments and/or Mystery Shopping Exercises.
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The current holders of the Quality Award are:
The National Blood Transfusion Service (NBTS)
National Blood Transfusion