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General Entry Form – Ireland eGovernment Awards
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General Entry Form – Ireland’s eGovernment Awards 2013
You are advised to answer all sections. You are also advised to provide documentation such as screen grabs, flowcharts to illustrate interaction and other visual material to support your entry. This is particularly true where the judges cannot directly access your services online in order to review your project effectively.
Are you are willing to allow us share details of your project as part of our promotions for the awards?
Name of organisation or body:
Department within organisation:
Project sponsor, leader and/or manager(s):
Name and job title of the person who would accept the award in the event of winning:
Contact name and title (for all queries in relation to the submission):
can't leave this empty
Name or title of the project:
(launch of project and completion date or completion of phase referred to in entry)
The URL for your entry:
(include passwords if required to gain access to key areas of the online service or content)
Part B - 6 Questions
1 - Please describe the project (which can be a relatively small project or a larger project). Include a budget estimate (you can indicate the overall budget or the budget in relation to the work you have carried out in the last 12 months).
2 - Applicants must state why the project was started.
What problems or issues prompted the project? Basic facts and statistical information should be included to allow the judges to understand the motive for launching the project.
3 - What exactly did the project achieve? Include specific details or statistics that back up your achievements. Outline the specific cost and resource savings you have achieved as a result of this project.
Demonstrate here how the project in its use of ICT, contributed to improved access to services or information. Clearly outline how the new service improved when compared to the previous methods employed. Please include specific detail and relevant data.
4 - Outline how your service allows users to begin and complete a transaction, application or query through the use of web and ICT in general. If any element of the project resulted in users no longer using, or greatly reducing their use of the phone, visiting your offices or communicating with you by post as a result of the new service, please provide details.
Did this require a re-engineered or improved your internal processes to allow you to more effectively support your web based services? Please where possible provide evidence to back this up. Outline the “before and after” scenario.
5 - Demonstrate innovations or major changes you introduced in order to solve specific problems you encountered during this project.
Please outline the problem, the innovation, the technology employed (e.g. mobile app etc) and changes and illustrate why you feel the solution is new and effective.
6 - Outline what steps you have taken to ensure your service is accessible and assists visitor ability to use the service.
Be specific and include, for example, any accessibility measures, user feedback or design decisions you have taken to support your answer.
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