Public Sector Paperless Awards are back for 2019

Since their inaugural year in 2017, the Public Sector Paperless Awards have gone from strength to strength. The awards attracts hundreds of nominations from across the public sector and represents the depth and breadth of digital transformation across the UK. 

The 16 categories (including this year's newest addition, System and Service Interoperability Application/Project of the Year) recognise the different areas where services to citizens are being improved, whether this is through front-line services or behind the scenes reshaping of systems and infrastructure. Previous winners have included large Central Government departments to small, standalone organisations with little to no budget. These awards are truly unique and the only awards and recognition programme of its kind in the country.

This year, techUK are once again honoured to be part of the judging panel and we are looking forward to seeing the examples of good work that is being done. Entries are open until the 28th February 2019 and it's free to enter, so you have nothing to lose and everything to gain! For more information visit paperlessawards.co.uk.

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