Do you know a person who truly believes that technology should drive social and economic change? Do you work with a digital pioneer who is focused on delivering transparent and citizen centric digital services?
If the answer is ‘yes’, then we believe they deserve recognition and should be nominated for the Digital Leaders 50 Awards.
The list recognises leaders and organisations who demonstrate a pioneering and sustainable approach to digital transformation, so nominate individuals you think should be recognised as Digital Leaders in the Central Government, Local Government and Elected Member categories. You can also cast your vote for organisations in the NGO and Industry categories.
The nominations window is open until 16th September 2013. To submit your vote, follow the simple instructions here.
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. For the full list of judges visit Digital Leaders 50 page.
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