2019 Public Sector Innovation Award Winners

Congratulations to the winners of the 2019 Public Sector Innovation Awards! The winners were announced at an Award Ceremony at The Ian Potter Foundation Technology Learning Centre on 31 July 2019. The awards were presented by Dr Martin Parkinson AC PSM, Secretary of the Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet.

See our Instagram page for photos that captured some of the colour and excitement of the Ceremony, with more photos on our resources page.
Press - The Mandarin's article on the winners can be accessed here.

Video - a highlights video from the ceremony is available below and highlights from the Innovation Pitch on 23 July are available here.

CATEGORY 1:
CITIZEN-CENTRED INNOVATION

Australian Sports Anti-Doping Authority
Innovation in Anti-Doping

A world-first approach to connecting with athletes using a virtual reality doping control experience and a Clean Sport app as a ‘one stop shop’ for anti-doping education.

CATEGORY 2:
CULTURE AND CAPABILITY

Independent Parliamentary Expenses Authority
IPEA-ED: An Innovative Approach to Building Capability in Parliamentarians and their Staff

A dedicated mobile platform including supporting materials and video content, providing easy-access education anywhere, anytime for parliamentarians and their staff on their obligations when spending public funds.

CATEGORY 3:
DIGITAL AND DATA

Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade
Post-In-A-Box Initiative

A secure diplomatic network communications capability to meet the challenges of deploying into crisis situations quickly and effectively.

JUDGES' AWARD

ACT Government 
Family Safety Hub (Citizen-Centred)

A co-designed innovation hub that uses human-centred design practices to create and test solutions for those affected by domestic and family violence.

JUDGES' AWARD

Australian Taxation Office
ATO Tax Gap Research Program (Digital and Data)

The ATO tax gap research program took an innovative data driven approach to improve tax gap estimates from our large corporate groups, supporting discussion around the efficacy of the Australian taxation system. 

 

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