There are 10 fantastic digital collaboration that deserve your vote. You can vote for as many of them as you like by clicking the “Tick” next to each of them. So please be generous with your voting and let’s encourage them all to even greater success by showing your appreciation for as many as you feel deserve your vote. Thank you for taking part.
100% Digital Leeds
Leeds City Council, Good Things Foundation, Various
100% Digital Leeds brings together Good Things Foundation, Leeds City Council and various other groups across the city to help give the thousands in Leeds who lack digital skills the tools to become more digitally and socially included.
Blue Badge Digital Service
With 207 Blue Badge issuing councils spread across the UK, this presented a huge design and engagement challenge for the delivery team. To deliver an improved service, we needed to establish an efficient, collaborative working arrangement between central and local government and improve the interrelationships between the authorities themselves.
Career Colleges AWS Mental and Physical Wellbeing Project 2019
By Career Colleges Trust, Amazon Web Services
Annual project run with Amazon Web Services. The Challenge 2019 : “"Use the positive power of technology to promote the physical and mental/ emotional well-being of young people. Encourage participation in sport, connecting with others, supporting each other and helping the community." Partners : Samaritans, UKActive, London Sport, and MCC.
Discovery with Three and Lewisham Council
Three UK, Lewisham Council
Digital technology underpins the ongoing transformation of services in Lewisham. The borough has made significant strides to ensure residents can access their services online. In 2018, Three partnered with Lewisham Council, to upskill over 300 residents through the Discovery Programme, which aims to make mobile technology accessible and enjoyable for all.
HMCTS: Face-to-Face Assisted Digital Support
Good Things Foundation, HM Courts and Tribunals Service
Good Things Foundation is working with HM Courts and Tribunals Service, providing face-to-face Assisted Digital support for digitally excluded people, helping them to use online justice services. During the project Good Things Foundation are designing and testing a new model of Assisted Digital for future use around online Government services.
Leaving Well is a web app to support young people Leaving the care system. Care leavers experience some of the poorest life chances and outcomes. Social Finance is working with 7 local authorities to develop a digital tool that puts care leavers at the heart of decisions about their future.
National Fraud Initiative
Cabinet Office (in collaboration with QBE and Synectics Solutions)
A first-of-its-kind collaboration in 2018 between Cabinet Office, Synectics Solutions, and QBE has demonstrated how successful inter-organisation cooperation and the strategic use of data has improved operational efficiencies, to help combat fraud in the insurance industry.
RNIB In Your Pocket
In Your Pocket is a voice-controlled phone, streaming media player and vision assistant - designed specifically for people who are blind or partially sighted; giving access to the RNIB Library and Newsagent services, making phone calls, sending text messages and accessing apps and radio stations just by speaking their title.
Southend TechCityOnSea has builds on already recognised strategic and tactical partnerships across all sectors and to promote this exciting part of the London South Essex Thames Estuary Growth Corridor as one of demonstrable digitally-focussed social, economic and physical transformation. We're leading on engagement with neighbouring communities, extending our vision for the brand to TechCityOnThames2050 firmly putting SOuth Essex on the Tech UK map!
The CivTech® Programme
CivTech® is the Scottish Government’s award-winning innovative challenge programme. The programme’s collaborative approach harnesses entrepreneurial tech innovation and citizen engagement to improve public services and create economic development opportunities. As part of the 2018 3.0 cohort it facilitated the collaboration between 15 public sector organisations and 25 companies to solve 11 broad ranging societal challenges.