Dominic Byrne who in just 2 minutes explains what Fingal County Council got out of winning an Ireland
3rd July 2019

Think of the Ireland eGovernment Awards as the Trip Advisor for those leading the digital transformation of government across the island of Ireland. The Awards reward the best in class.

Dominic Byrne Head of I.T. Fingal County Council shares what winning the Local Ireland eGovernment Award meant to him, his colleagues and Fingal County Council.

When Fingal County Council won an eGovernment Award they discovered two things. One it helped promote their accessibility project. Secondly, according to Dominic Byrne it gave recognition to the pioneering team who did all the work – work that too frequently goes unrecognised in the public sector. As he says in this short video, ‘There’s a lot of really good work going on’…and highlighting this work gets more of the public to engage…

Former winners and judges share what winning and Ireland eGovernment Awards means.

Jane Carolan, Director HSE, on why she is happy to be an ambassador for the Ireland eGovernment Awards

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. 

Judges of the Ireland eGovernment Awards share their thoughts on former winners and the short list

2019 Ireland eGovernment Awards judges

by Maeve Kneafsey