Over the past years, Singapore has embarked on a technology acceleration journey to improve the quality of citizens life.
Many programmes and projects were executed in different fields of education, agriculture, aerospace, healthcare, banking, retail and many more, with a strong focus on technology implementation.
The strategic direction has shifted from digitalising public services and systems to implementing technology in various industries to accelerate economic growth and quality of life.
The Singapore Recognition of Excellence is part of our Recognition of Excellence (ROE) series launched in 2015.
Over the past seven years, we held ceremonies in Canberra, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Melbourne, Perth, Singapore, Sydney, Victoria, and Wellington, recognising over 500 government, healthcare, and education services, FSI and GLC entities.
All nominations must be approved by a Director-level representative of the nominating organisation.
Continuing the success of the past seven years. the recognition of excellence awards will be conferred to public sector, education, healthcare, GLCs and FSI sector organisations for innovative and disruptive use of technology through optimisation of processes, delivering people-centric services and pushing new boundaries.
Nominations for the OpenGov Recognition of Excellence Awards 2023 are now open.
Will your organisation be among those honoured? To stand a chance of winning – you have to nominate!
Recipients of OpenGov Asia Recognition of Excellence Awards (ROE) are chosen by a panel of experienced and well-known digital experts in their field.
Any organisation that falls in one of the five sectors can nominate their own project or initiative. Alternatively, they can be nominated by another organisation (e.g. public sector agency or ministry, educational institute, citizen group or associations).
How innovative is the nominated initiative?
Does the initiative use new technology and/or existing technology in a gamechanging
How and to what level has flexibility and agility been incorporated into
Does the initiative show desire and commitment to digitally transform itself, its context and/or its beneficiaries?
Does the initiative cater to or is planned to cater to a wider base to incorporate best Equality, Diversity and Inclusiveness practices?
Is the initiative future-oriented to accommodate on-the-horizon technology
and emerging digital eco-systems?
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