Councils shortlisted in IT Excellence Awards

Simons, Mike
September 2006
Computer Weekly;9/12/2006, p25
Trade Publication
The article reports on the companies East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Hertfordshire County Council and West Lothian Community Health & Care Partnership that are selected as the finalists for the 2006 Local Government IT Excellence Awards. The awards are organized by the local authority information technology managers organization, Socitm, and are sponsored by the periodical "Computer Weekly." The winner will be announced at the Socitm Annual Conference in Harrogate, England on October 3, 2007. East Riding was selected for its innovative approach to improving customer access; Hertfordshire for delivering an electronic service; and West Lothian Community for its C-me application software, developed to improve the delivery of services to children through a shared information system


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