Sydney, New South Wales – 1 July 2016 – The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) has today announced the iAwards state winners and merit recipients in New South Wales (NSW) for 2016. The iAwards is Australia’s leading awards program for innovation in the digital economy.
Entrants competed in five base award categories across Business Services, Community Services, Consumer, Industrial & Primary Services, and Public Sector & Government as well as Student Categories and Cross Categories. Winners and merit recipients across all categories will go on to represent their state and compete at the National iAwards in Melbourne, with the national winners announced on 1 September 2016 at the prestigious AIIA Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony, attended by over 900 guests.
In New South Wales, the AIIA also awarded the New South Wales Government iAward for Public Sector and Government Innovation, of which the winner was chosen by a panel of iAwards Category Judges in conjunction with New South Wales government representatives.
The Hon. Victor Dominello MP, Minister for Innovation and Better Regulation, said, “Digital innovation has the potential to fundamentally change the relationship between citizens and government for the better. It is important that we recognise those in the public service who have excelled in tackling complex policy problems and improved services for citizens through digital innovation.”
The NSW 2016 state iAwards winners and merit recipients are:
About AIIA’s iAwards
AIIA’s iAwards honours both companies at the cutting edge of technology innovation as well as leading professionals across the Digital Economy. Most importantly, the iAwards recognises the achievements of home-grown Australian innovators. http://www.iawards.com.au/
The Australian Information Industry Association (AIIA) is Australia’s peak representative body and advocacy group for those in the digital ecosystem.
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