On Day 1 of the 8th National Digital Conference, the Digital Leaders 50 Awards List was launched in association with Digital by Default News. The Awards aim to recognise leaders and organisations who demonstrate a pioneering and sustainable approach to digital transformation.
The winners will have shown leadership and innovation in harnessing digital technology and the internet as providers of information, key services and social interaction.
We would like to encourage you to nominate individuals that you think should be recognised as Digital Leaders in the Central Government, Local Government and Elected Member categories, as well as cast your vote for organisations in the NGO and Industry categories.
Click here to nominate your Digital Leaders.
Please note that you can submit as many nominations as you wish by following the simple instructions on the nomination form. The deadline for submissions is September 16th, 2013.
Those who receive the highest number of nominations will be shortlisted. The shortlist will be published on our website and delivered to an expert panel of judges, who will then select the top 10 leaders in each category. The judges are:
Chair of Digital Leaders
Deputy Director, GDS
Founder, Civic Agenda
Chief Executive, Go ON UK
Lord Knight of Weymouth
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