Peter Neyroud, the chief constable who set up and headed the National Policing Improvement Agency (NPIA), has been made an OBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours List.
The agency is due to be disbanded next year. One of its last achievements was to set up a digital interviewing framework to speed up the interviewing process using suppliers Capita Secure Information Systems, Damovo UK and UltraElectronics Audiosoft.
Neyroud has been seconded to conduct a review of police leadership and training for the Home Office, and his former deputy, Nick Gargan, has taken over as chief executive until the agency's dissolution by March 2012.
Others who have received awards include Susan Donnelly, corporate IT service security manager at the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP), who was made an MBE.
In addition, cross government solutions group IT programme manager Philip Benyon and executive officer Ann Davis, both from the Department of Work and Pensions Corporate IT, were made MBEs.
Revolution Software Ltd director Charles Cecil has also been made an MBE "for services to the Computer Games Industry".
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