At the eighth annual Ireland’s eGovernment Awards ceremony in Dublin (February, 2010), IDK (Sound Advice) beat off stiff competition to win the Education category.
The awards, presented in association with Eircom, aim to “raise awareness and recognise the innovators, developers, forward thinkers and experts who are pioneering the changes happening in how the Irish Government delivers services to its citizens.”
Judges of the 2010 shortlist looked at how real cost-savings and efficiencies can be achieved through collaboration across the public sector to foster efficiency, leadership and innovation in online government services. Points were given for self-service options, start-to-finish interactive processes, creative problem-solving, and potential for cost and/or resource savings.
Other websites short-listed in the same category include Bluebrick.ie, ArtLinks, the Irish Maritime Development Office and the Online Maths Programme developed by Meath County Council and NUI Maynooth.
IDK is delighted with today’s win, and wishes to thank its sponsors, board members, donors and volunteers for their support in the past three years.
- Winners at Ireland’s eGovernment Awards 2010
- Short-list video for Education category (subtitled)
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