Award for Best Use of Data Science in a Public Sector Body2018-09-12T10:12:39+00:00

Award for Best Use of Data Science in a Public Sector Body

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Entry Criteria

Entries for Public Sector Body of the Year must be self-nominated;

A Public Sector Body is defined as any body that is directly or indirectly controlled by a Government Department or office or by a local authority.

Entries should provide detail on a data science project conducted by the Public Body that showcases why they should be Public Sector Body of the Year.

The data science project should have been conducted by the Public Sector Body in the prior 12 – 18 months.

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WINNER FOR BEST USE OF DATA SCIENCE IN A PUBLIC SECTOR BODY

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Category Judges

We are proud to present our Judging Panel. We have assembled some of the finest intellects in the community who will judge and score all entries to select this year’s deserving winners.

Gurchand Singh
Gurchand Singh

Head of the Garda Síochána Analysis Service | An Garda Síochána

Peter Mckenna
Peter McKenna

Head of BI EMEA and APAC | Indeed.com

Vincent Vilcreest
Vincent Gilcreest

Head of Data Science | Tenable

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Patrick Callinan

Head of Big Data, Europe Hub | Vodafone

Scoring

Public Sector Bodies will be scored on a number of different criteria, receiving a score out of 100:

Problem

Demonstrate the organizations understanding of the problem, describe the key stakeholders and customers. Document how the project came about, how your organization got it off the ground and how it was funded. [10 Points]

Solution Overview

Document the solution developed to solve the problem. Showcase the complexities and challenges in the project and how your organization overcame them. [15 Points]

Describe the data science skills, tools and techniques that were applied in order to deliver this project. [15 Points]

Detail the team and infrastructure that was required to deliver this project. Was this all in place prior to the project or did your organization need to put it in place to deliver the solution? [15 Points]

Outline the innovation in your solution. What differentiates it from solutions that others may have taken to the same problem. [15 Points]

Impact

Describe the return on investment of the project to your organization. What other effects has the project had within your organization? What new opportunities are now available to you? [15 Points]

Vision

Describe the vision for data and data science in your organization and how this project furthers this vision. [15 Points]

Note: With regards to the categories Large Company of the Year and Public Body of the Year – entrants are only eligible to submit to either the Large Category or the Public Category – not both.

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