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9 May 2017, Brighton UK,
Today, Global mobileGov Awards Winners have been announced at the closing ceremony of the mobileGov World Summit 2017- www.m4life.org. We, as mLife Conferences and Exhibitions, congratulate all nominations and winners for their unique contributions to the mobile public service innovation and for setting inspirational examples for other governments and businesses across the globe. These awards represents excellence in various international projects in designing the future of eGovernment.
Global mobileGov Awards is a worldwide contest aiming to promote advances in the field, and to create a platform to share knowledge on recent developments in mobile public services and public sector modernisation. The nominations for the Global mobileGov Awards have clearly shown us that the pace of the recent developments in mobile applications in the public sector has significantly improved over the last years and governments have increasingly been more involved in strategic implementations to open up new service channels to their citizens.
These recent developments have given pride and happiness to all of us, who have proactively supported innovation and excellence in public sector modernization. Today, therefore, is a great day to celebrate all these achievements and set new targets for our future.
For this year’s Global mobileGov Awards, we have received more than hundred nominations internationally. After two rounds of evaluation, 15 best nominations have been short-listed. The final evaluation has proven to be the toughest among all, since finalist projects were all remarkable and top-notch. Therefore, besides top 3 best implementers of mobile technologies in governments, two additional categories of awards were also announced: “mobileGov Recognition” and “mobileGov Honorable Mention”.
We believe that Global mobileGov Awards is not the platform for choosing the best projects but a platform to enhance cooperation and collaboration between all the key actors in mobile public services. We hope that all these highly successful projects will motivate other government organizations to follow suit and deploy even better solutions for citizens, businesses and government employees.
We are proud to list here award winners at the Global mobileGov Awards 2017:
Top Three Best Implementers:
National Mobile Application Awareness Development and Capacity Building Program, ICT Division, Ministry of Posts, Telecommunications & Information Technology, Government of Bangladesh
Centre of Digital Innovation, The UAE Telecommunications Regulatory Authority / Centre of Digital Innovation, The UAE
Integrated Medical Information and Analytical System (IMIAS), The Department of Information Technology of Moscow, Russia
mobileGov Honorable Mentions Awards:
- MOBILE SEVA (Nationwide Mobile Governance Initiative of Government of India, Centre for Development of Advanced Computing (C-DAC), a premier R&D organization of the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY), Government of India
- Asan Imza (Mobile ID) – Your mobile-Passport in the new generation mGovernment, B.EST Solutions Ltd. Azerbaijan
- Bicicla, the app that makes recycle super easy, Chile
mobileGov Special Recognition Awards:
- Mobile Application – Virtual Cash Register, Allexis, Slovakia
- Colombia Open Data Portal, Ministerio de Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones, Colombia Government
- JPA4U Mobile, Public Service Department of Malaysia
- Debris Management Software –Mobile App Microsoft Innovation Center, Nepal
- Gallery of Malaysian Government Mobile Applications (GAMMA), Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU)
- 360 Degree Enterprise Mobility For Municipalities – Akos® Mobile Sampaş, Turkey
- Mobile Government Support Center (MGSC) National Computing and Information Service, South Korea
mobileGov is the world leader specialised in applications of mobile technologies in the public sector. It offers consultancy and training services to governments to develop a strategic road map and implementation strategies for modernising their ministries and agencies and for offering effective mobile services to citizens. Its leading expertise is evidenced by the accumulated knowledge of the field acquired from projects implemented, organisations partnered and its expert members spread around the world. mLife is a non-profit initiative of mobileGov UK. More on mobileGov can be found at www.m4life.org