3rd July 2019
Each year the Ireland eGovernment Awards are supported by our tireless and dedicated judges.
The calibre of the judging process and the judging panel sets the Ireland eGovernment Awards apart. Winning an award, having been judged by acknowledged experts in eGovernment in Ireland, gives the awards the highest level of prestige.
This group of unsung heroes share their thoughts on category winners and the short lists from previous Ireland eGovernment Awards.
2017 Awards Judges Videos
Category Internet of Things (IoT). Google’s Kathryn O Donoghue.
Category Health and Medical. Joseph Nugent, Chief Administrative Officer, An Garda Síochána.
Category Local. Declan Tuite, Programme Chair MSc. in Emerging Media at DCU School of Comms.
Category Mobile. Ken McGrath, former Head of Public Sector Sales eir.
Overall Winner. Maeve Kneafsey, Director Ireland eGoverment Awards, Co-founder CEO CloudKPI.
Category Innovation. Barney Whelan, Former Director of Comms and Corporate Affairs, An Post.
Category Irish Language. Conall O’Morain, Broadcaster, Podcaster, Entrepreneur & Chair of the Irish Int. Business Network.
Category Universal Design. Shane Hogan, former Senior ICT Advisor, Universal Design, Centre for Excellence in Universal Design.
Category Marketing and Social Media. Google’s Kathryn O Donoghue.
Category General. Declan Tuite, Programme Chair MSc. in Emerging Media at DCU School of Comms.
Category Agri and Food. Barney Whelan, Former Director of Comms and Corporate Affairs, An Post.
Category Open Source. Joseph Nugent, Chief Administrative Officer, An Garda Síochána.
Category Promoting Ireland Overseas. Google’s Kathryn O Donoghue.
Former winners share what winning and Ireland eGovernment Awards means.
and-egovernment-awards/” target=”_blank” rel=”noopener noreferrer”>Dr. Natalie Harrower, Director of the Digital Repository of Ireland shares what winning not just 1 but 3 Ireland eGovernment Awards, including the Overall Award meant to her and her colleagues.
by Maeve Kneafsey