Jane Carolan happy to be an ambassador for the Ireland
3rd July 2019

Jane Carolan, HSE National Director and previous winners of an Ireland eGovernment Award, explains how the kudos associated with their win went right up to Ministerial level as well as to the Director General of the HSE.

Jane Carolan shares why she is happy to be an ambassador for the Ireland eGovernment Awards and why she wants to get everyone she can to apply.

We’ve made the application process ultra-easy (it takes just 16 minutes) using the online application which is ready for you to complete right now.

Ireland eGov Visionary of the Year 2017 Richard Corbridge with Minister for Health, Simon Harris TD



The Ireland eGovernment Awards, which are free to enter thanks to our sponsors eir and Cisco, honour the leaders in the use of technology and the internet to transform how public services are delivered across the island of Ireland.

There is a category to suit your project or organisation and remember you can enter under multiple categories. The closing date is the 12th July, but don’t delay, do it today.

You can learn more about the awards and what the judges are looking for in this short video.


Minister Simon Harris TD presents the overall winner award to Richard Corbridge CIO of the HSE

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

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.

Dominic Bryne, Head of I.T. Fingal County Council, on the two big impacts winning had on Fingal Co Co and the public

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

2019 Ireland eGovernment Awards judges


by Maeve Kneafsey