17 March 2003
The UK's most innovative local authorities, businesses and voluntary sector organisations are being invited to enter the eWell-Being Awards 2003, developed by SustainIT and supported by BT.
Electronic Government is one of five nomination categories in this year's prestigious awards, which recognise organisations harnessing ICT for social, environmental and economic benefit.
The eGovernment category, sponsored by the Improvement and Development Agency, is open to national, regional and local government and seeks projects which use ICT to deliver better public services.
The deadline for entries is 31 March 2003 with the winning projects announced at an awards ceremony at London's GLA Building on 10 June 2003.
Entries are also welcomed in the other categories: Digital Inclusion, Environmental Efficiency, Mobility and Wireless.
Professor Peter James, director of SustainIT, said, "The eWell-Being Awards are all about rewarding organisations which use technology in an innovative way to benefit the environment. Winning an award can really help put an organisation on the map and can encourage others to follow examples of best practice."
For information on how to apply, please contact Hugh Knowles or Richard Craven, tel: 01733 311644, email: email@example.com
Further details are available from: www.sustainIT.org
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