GovInsider Innovation Awards
Judges & Nomination Forms
GCIO, Estonian Prime Minister’s Office
CIO, HM Treasury and Cabinet Office, United Kingdom
Head of Planning, Jakarta Regional Development Planning Board
Chief of Service Innovation and Design, National University of Singapore, Institute of Systems Science
This award recognises a project that has pivoted after it was initially announced. The project will have been announced to tackle a problem, but found that its approach was not working. Using agile project management, it will have adapted to discover how to better serve users and improve service delivery.
Best citizen engagement project
This award recognises a project that has engaged citizens and has metrics showing how it reached a large audience of people. A project needs to have used tools to create impact on a communications campaign, either changing perceptions, responding to aggrieved citizens, or reaching a new group in society.
Best team under 35
This award celebrates young officials who have used their skills and experiences to help shape government services. The team must show how they achieved a successful result to better serve citizens – and entries with metrics as evidence will be favoured.
Best use of UI and UX design
This award recognises the best use of design to improve a service and ensure that it is simple for a citizen to access and understand. The project must have been built between 2015 – 2016.
Best use of data
This award recognises a project that has used data across multiple agencies or sources to find new conclusions, efficiency savings, or delivery models. Applicants must show how they discovered a new conclusion that had not previously been considered.
Best drones and robotics project
This award celebrates an organisation that has used drones or robotics to deliver services in a new way. Applicants must either have used these tools to improve efficiency of a service; improve the ultimate delivery of a service; or trial a new service that otherwise could not have existed.
This award recognises all projects that took a risk. That may have been a policy risk; the trialling of a new approach; or the delivery of a service in a novel way that bucks the trend in your agency or organisation.