Nominations open for E-Government National Awards 2008

Nominations are now open for the E-Government National Awards 2008.

Nominations are now open for the E-Government National Awards 2008.

The awards are designed to highlight the best UK services that are improving citizen and business services at councils, central government, the NHS, and the education and voluntary sectors.

The organisers say there will be a focus this year on services that help deliver a more inclusive society and those that make use of green IT.

Now in their fifth year, the annual E-Government National Awards are supported by the government chief information officer, the Society of Information Technology Management (Socitm), and the Society of Local Authority Chief Executives and Senior Managers (Solace).

Judging is chaired by government CIO John Suffolk, and the awards will be presented at a black-tie dinner in London for 500 VIPs on 20 January 2009.

Entry is free and online nominations are invited until 1st October at:

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