The British Computer Society’s IT Industry Awards are the most important event in the IT calendar. These annual awards mark the key contribution made by the IT profession to economic prosperity, to business efficiency and to our public services.
Warwick Ashford visited the headquarters of BCS to find out more about the selection process for this year's awards. In this podcast he speaks to BCS fellow Keith Taylor, awards moderator for the project excellence section, and David Tidey, head of information systems at the royal borough of Kensington and Chelsea and moderator for the organisational excellence section.
With the closing date set for 1 August, there's still – just – time to submit your own entry, to be in with a chance of receiving an award. The awards ceremony itself will take place in at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London on 4 December.
Download for later:
- Internet Explorer: Right Click > Save Target As
- Firefox: Right Click > Save Link As
This was first published in July 2008