2017 Awards for Digital Excellence
Applications are now closed for the 2017 National Archives Awards for Digital Excellence. Winners will be announced at the launch of Information Awareness Month, 1 May 2017.
The awards recognise and promote excellence and innovation in the management, use and reuse of digital information by Australian Government agencies.
The winners will be chosen from case studies that showcase significant progress towards Digital Continuity 2020.
The National Archives reserves the right to edit and publish award submissions.
- Applications will be accepted from Australian Commonwealth agencies that have completed their 2016 Check-up Digital submission
- Applications must document a case study that addresses the criteria below.
Awards will be given for case studies which best demonstrate some or all of the following criteria:
- progress towards Digital Continuity 2020, such as the establishment of an Information Governance Committee, and completion of an Information Governance Framework.
- transformation to digital services for better user / client experience
- improved agency accountability through information management
- effective communications to promote the value of information assets
- innovative use of technology or other solutions to enhance information management
- improvement in digital information management with limited resources
- evidence of building a culture that values digital information.
Awards will be offered in three categories: agencies with up to 200 staff; agencies with between 200 and 1,000 staff; and agencies of over 1,000 staff.
Additionally, a new category is available to recognise an outstanding individual within the Australian Public Service who has championed information management reform within the Commonwealth.
For further information about the awards, including eligibility and nominations, please contact email@example.com