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Seeking proposals for joint private-public projects using big data
As outlined in the APS Big Data Strategy, I would like to invite agencies, researchers and the private sector to submit proposals for joint private-public projects using big data in innovative ways.
We are seeking proposals for projects that would increase the efficiency of government services or deliver service improvements. Proposals will initially be assessed on feasibility. Those that are feasible will be assessed on innovative use of data, benefit to the community and return on investment.
The purpose of this exercise is to help government leverage the innovation taking place in the industry and to be a catalyst for future innovation involving big data analytics.
Responders do not necessarily have to have the infrastructure to conduct the pilot. If you have a good idea we encourage you to submit it.
Please note, the Intellectual Property of the data will become the ownership of government however respondents will be recognised and attributed.
Shortlisted proposals will be published on the blog. Please indicate any sensitivity related to this within your response.
Please send all proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org , noting that this opportunity will remain open until the end of April.
Should you have any questions please submit them as a comment to this blog post and answers will also be posted here. Confidential enquiries can be sent to email@example.com but anonymised answers may be posted to the blog to ensure transparency.
I encourage you to submit innovative and transformational ideas for consideration.
Assistant Secretary, AGIMO
Last updated: 12 October 2015