This award aims to recognise individuals who display excellent potential within the local government Online Service sector.
The award recognises that people are an important asset in adding value to an organisation and to the achievement of its goals. ALGIM is seeking nominations for Online Services staff at all levels.
The recipient of this award will have the opportunity to undertake professional development in order to enhance their career and the skills they have to offer their Council by attending an established web related conference / course. Refer to the ‘Prizes’ section on page 3 of the Guidelines and Information document for details on options available to this year’s award recipient.
Nominees for the Online Services Professional Development Award need to be an employee of a local authority throughout the entire duration of the award process. This includes the time of the 2013 ALGIM Online Services Symposium and the conference / course that the successful recipient chooses to attend, to maintain eligibility. The award prize is non transferable should the recipient no longer be an employee of a local authority.
The nominator needs to explain in 500 - 700 words (bullet points accepted) why the nominee should be considered for the Online Services Professional Development Award. Refer to the ‘Assessment Guide’ section on page 7 of the Guidelines & Information document for guidance on the three key areas your nomination should address.
The judging panel’s decision is final.
2013 ALGIM Online Services Awards - Guidelines and Information (PDF, 1005.1 KB)
2013 ALGIM Online Services Professional Development Award - Nomination Form (DOC, 179.5 KB)