CONDITIONS OF ENTRY
- Applications are open to all current CAUDIT member organisation staff working in IT (except for the Member Representative themselves)
- The initiative or activity has been or will be completed within the 12 months prior to the closing date for submissions
- The individual leading the activity/initiative must be from a recognised IT team and a current employee of a CAUDIT member organisation during the 12 months prior to the closing of submissions
- Collaborative entries between institutions can be accepted, however the lead institution must make the submission
- Size of activity does not matter. Large, medium or small - all submissions are welcome
- Applicants must meet all eligibility criteria
- You may make a submission as an individual or on behalf of a team. You may also nominate others
- Initiative or activity may be entered in one Award Category only
- Short description of the initiative or project must not exceed 250 words
- Additional initiative/activity description provided via file upload must not exceed 2 A4 pages
- 2 brief (max. 300 words) testimonials from direct reports, peer or senior staff should be included with the submission
- Activity/Initiative will need to be endorsed by the organisation’s CAUDIT Member Representative
- Applications must be submitted via the online submission form
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Criteria applicable to all Award Categories include:
- Demonstrated value to the institution and its stakeholders.
- Institutional context/support; Return on Investment (either measured or expected); demonstrated alignment with institution's goals
- Demonstrating innovation
Describe how new ground was forged - innovation; new technology; new approaches; how risk was managed
- Stakeholder Engagement
What changes have there been in attitudes, behaviour or values of the participants and target audience?
Have any other overall relevant benefits been achieved?
- Sustainability & Scalability
In what ways has the activity shown itself to be conscious of its own long-term costs and contributions as part of a commitment to sustainable practice?
What challenges have been met or barriers surmounted?
- Has it become a model for other activity?
- Any other comments?
Each award category focuses on slightly different elements of these criteria.
The points contained below will provide a guide to the judging panels when considering submissions or you can download and print this document