e-Government National Awards 2009No less than six projects from Capgemini’s major UK public sector clients have
been shortlisted in the prestigious e-Government National Awards 2009 for their
effectiveness in boosting efficiency or improving services for the British public.
The awards are supported by the Cabinet Office and winners will be announced at
a ministerial dinner in January 2010 by the Government’s Chief Information Officer,
John Suffolk.

The shortlisted entries are:

  • HM Revenue & Customs – shortlisted in the ‘Central e-Government Excellence
    – Take-up and Usage Growth’ category for its Self Assessment Online project
  • HM Revenue & Customs – shortlisted in the ‘e-Government Excellence – Innovation
    in Strategy on a National Level’ category for its Modernising PAYE for Customers
    project
  • Learning & Skills Council – shortlisted in the ‘e-Government Excellence in
    Learning & Skills’ category for its National Apprenticeship Vacancy Matching
    Scheme (NAVMS) project
  • Ministry of Defence – shortlisted in the ‘Central e-Government Excellence – Take-up
    and Usage Growth’ category for its Defence Travel Online project
  • NHS Connecting for Health – shortlisted in the ‘e-Government Excellence – Leadership
    & Professionalism’ category for its work on Public Sector Shared Services
    for Communication and Collaboration
  • UK Border Agency – shortlisted in the ‘e-Government Excellence – Innovation in
    Strategy on a National Level’ category for its e-Borders project.

Matt Howell, Vice President of Public Services, Technology at Capgemini UK, said: “We are delighted that our clients have been judged among the best in e-Government
and IT from among so many hundreds of entries to these important awards. We are
proud to be working with them, and wish them every success when the winners are
announced in January
.”

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