Submission for SPLC Awards Program

Please complete this form to submit a case study or story of individual leadership to be considered for both an Outstanding Case Study Award and SPLC’s juried Leadership Awards. See the Awards Program webpage for details and submission deadlines.

STEP 1
Attach Case Study Files.

Case Study File :
Optional Supporting Materials 1 :
Optional Supporting Materials 2 :
Periodically, we highlight a case study in SPLC's public newsletter, making it available for download by the public for a limited time.
May we share your case study file and supporting materials publicly as part of a case study highlight?

STEP 2
Provide Case Study profile information.

Organization Name
Organization Website
Is Your Organization an SPLC Member? Yes
Submissions are open to non-members. Members are entitled to editorial feedback.
Submitter’s Name*
Submitter’s Title*
Submitter’s Department*
Submitter’s Phone
Submitter’s Email
          * Will be published with the case study
Submitter’s Address*
  (Award will be mailed here if no one can attend ceremony.)
Case Study Title   (This is how it will appear in SPLC's Case Study Library)
Case Study Abstract   (This will appear in SPLC's Case Study Library)

Characters Remaining: 1400

STEP 3
Award categories.
Please indicate the award categories for which you believe your case study is an appropriate fit. (See the Awards webpage for more detail about these categories. All submissions that meet the Quality criteria on that page will receive an Outstanding Case Study Award.)

Purchaser (Program)Purchaser (Initiative)Purchaser (Supplier Engagement)SupplierPublic Interest AdvocateIndividual LeadershipCase Study Award: Business CaseCase Study Award: Circular Economy
Briefly explain why your case study is a good candidate for the specific award category(ies) for which you are submitting it for consideration.

STEP 4
Identify relevant Principles for Leadership in Sustainable Purchasing.
Which of SPLC’sPrinciples for Leadership does this case study exemplify? Select all for which the case study provides a substantive example, and for which the case study explains specific strategies, how they were chosen, and how they work. Selecting Principles not exemplified by the case study may hurt the submission.

Understanding the relevant environmental, social, and economic impacts of its purchasing.
Taking responsibility for the relevant impacts of its purchasing by committing to an action plan.
Delivering on its commitment to improve the relevant impacts of its purchasing.
Actively promoting internal and external innovation that advances a positive future.
Soliciting and disclosing information that supports a marketplace of innovation.

STEP 5
Approvals and Notifications.

Additional Approvers
If the submitter is not an employee of the organization(s) featured in the case study, the submitter must provide complete contact information for an employee at the organization(s) featured in the case study. This employee will be contacted by SPLC to ensure the case study has been approved by the organization.
Editing Approval
If selected as a Case Award winners, SPLC may make light language edits to your case study, and will reformat it to meet SPLC template guidelines. Please indicate if such edits will require additional sign-off from you or your organization prior to publication in the SPLC Library.
Communications Contacts
Please provide names and email addresses for anyone besides the Submitter and Additional Approvers who should receive the press release, marketing graphics, and other communications materials, in the event the case study wins an award.