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Monday 17 June, 2013 – The 2013 State iAwards winners fro...
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Who are the iAwards judges?
iAwards Judges are of the highest calibre drawn from government, academia and industry. They volunteer their time to share their valuable knowledge and experience of ICT ensuring the iAwards program identifies the best Australian innovators each year. iAwards judges include academics, media, business or government representatives with expertise in one or more of the award categories.
For a complete list of 2011 and 2012 judges click here
How can I become a judge?
Use your ICT insights and experience to encourage the innovators of the future. Become an iAwards judge Register here for 2013.
If you wish to volunteer your time as a judge please contact the iAwards Executive Judge, Kelly Hutchinson. Please include a summary of your Professional Qualifications and ICT Experience. You will also be required to nominate which categories you wish to judge and which round you are available for. Judges for Round 2 Company/Group Categories are required to be in Melbourne 5-6 August 2013.
Judges represent all manner of roles across industry, government and educational institutions. Example roles that our judges are from are outlined below.
We would like to thank all of our iAwards Judges who contribute their time, expertise and passion for the ICT industry.
iAwards judges are representatives of industry, government, education and private sector. Below is a sample of some of the organisations who have been involved as judges.