2017 National Archives Awards for Digital Excellence
The National Archives Awards for Digital Excellence recognise and promote excellence and innovation in the management, use and reuse of digital information by Australian Government agencies.
The 2017 awards were announced and presented at the launch of Information Awareness Month by Timothy Pilgrim PSM, Australian Information and Privacy Commissioner at the Archives in Canberra on 1 May. This year's winners are examples for government agencies to follow in meeting public needs, improving efficiency and productivity, and working to international standards in digital information management.
Winner for the large agency category (more than 1000 staff)
Department of Industry, Innovation & Science for their case study: User-centric approach to digital documents management.
Winner for the medium agency category (between 200 and 1000 staff)
Geoscience Australia: National Offshore Petroleum Information Management System (NOPIMS).
Commendations for the medium agency category
Australian Institute of Marine Science: AIMS Research Data Security Project.
Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC): Digital “People”
Winner for the individual information professional category
Rebecca Lee, Department of Industry, Innovation and Science.
Commendation for the individual information professional category
Kate McCowage, Australian Transaction Reports and Analysis Centre (AUSTRAC).
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