KSA’s ICT visionaries honoured at .Gov Awards Saudi Arabia 2015
Inaugural KSA event hands out 15 accolades to private sector innovators
ITP's .GOV magazine has held its first ever awards for Saudi Arabia, honouring the organisations and individuals that are making stand-out contributions to public sector technology services.
A total of 15 awards were presented to the kingdom's ICT innovators at a special event in Riyadh. Categories included areas such as mobile apps; services; CSR and green initiatives; and infrastructure.
A complete list of the winners is as follows:
GOVERNMENT MOBILE APP OF THE YEAR: Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
G2G SERVICE OF THE YEAR: Ministry of Justice.
G2B SERVICE OF THE YEAR: Technical and Vocational Training Corporation.
G2C SERVICE OF THE YEAR: Ministry of Education.
CUSTOMER SERVICE INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR: STC.
PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP OF THE YEAR: Ministry of Labour, Tamkeen and Takamol Holdings.
CSR PROJECT OF THE YEAR: Saudi Post.
SMART CITY INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR: King Abdullah Financial District Information Technology and Communications Complex.
GOVERNMENT GREEN IT INITIATIVE OF THE YEAR: Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
GOVERNMENT IT APPLICATION PROJECT: Ministry of Finance.
GOVERNMENT IT INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECT OF THE YEAR: Ministry of Commerce and Industry.
GOVERNMENT IT DEPARTMENT OF THE YEAR: Imam Muhammed bin Saud Islamic University.
INNOVATION IN GOVERNMENT SERVICES AWARD: Municipality of Riyadh.
YOUNG GOVERNMENT IT PROFESSIONAL OF THE YEAR: Saeed Aldawsary of TVTC.
GOVERNMENT IT LEADER OF THE YEAR: Dr Mohammad Al Nuem, Ministry of Finance.