2016 Australian Government ICT Awards – Nominations now open

Author: 
Sean Hickling, Director

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Awards are used across the world to recognise and promote outstanding achievement - the Australian Government ICT Awards (the Awards) are no different.

The Awards showcase the work of government agencies, Federal, State and Local, across the country that are using technology to work smarter and improve the delivery of services within our communities. They also help us to recognise and acknowledge the leadership, dedication and capability of individuals within those agencies in accomplishing the delivery of government services.

The Department of Finance would like to know what your agency is doing and who your quiet achievers are. Please think about nominating them for this year’s Awards and help us to identify and share the innovative ideas that we know government agencies across the country are delivering. It’s a great way of saying to your team “Thank you – job well done”.

Nominations are open now and will close 11.00 pm (AESDT) on Monday 29 February 2016. The Awards will be presented at the CeBIT Gala Dinner and Awards in Sydney on Tuesday 3 May 2016.

For further information or to make a nomination for an Award visit http://www.finance.gov.au/collaboration-services-skills/australian-government-ict-awards-program/

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