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Re: [gctechspace] Re: FW: Queensland looking for data gurus [SEC=UNCLASSIFIED]

From: Jane P.
Sent on: Wednesday, July 3, 2013 6:33 PM
Lol David
I think the word your looking for is extortion;) The New IT strategy Qld style lol. 
Jane

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On 24/06/2013, at 5:14 PM, David Tangye <[address removed]> wrote:

Sorry to say, but a $5000 prize for the amount of energy that might go into this is utterly pathetic: a disgrace frankly. It shows how people like Campbell Newman and Ray Stevens have no idea nor appreciation for I.T. in his state. Each of them would earn that each couple of days, yet they expect perhaps dozens of people will work for days and weeks, collectively man-years, so they can reap all the ideas, and cherry-pick the best, for a grand total of $5000!

No wonder we have such a hard time getting a tech sector going on the Gold Coast.

Wait, let me guess, next you will call me ungrateful, and outsource it to India?

Cheers
David Tangye




On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 4:05 PM, SUTTON Suzette <[address removed]> wrote:
 
 

Suzette Sutton
Economic Development
Gold Coast City Council
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Coat of Arms

Media Release

JOINT STATEMENT

Premier
The Honourable Campbell Newman

Assistant Minister to the Premier on e-government
Mr Ray Stevens

Queensland looking for data gurus

Queensland is putting out the call to all smart web and application developers and data gurus to create solutions for Queensland as part of the new Premier’s Awards for Open Data.

Premier Campbell Newman said the awards would recognise those who developed new and innovative ways for the community to use publicly released Queensland Government data.

“We are the only state where all 20 Government Departments have released comprehensive Open Data Strategies clearly setting out how they will deliver open data as a core priority as well as identifying what datasets will be released when,” Mr Newman said.

“We know there are Queenslanders with great imagination and talent who can help super-charge Queensland’s economy by using this data to find new ways to deliver better services. 

“A particular focus of the Awards will be the use of public transport data to enhance our existing public transport system.

“We know this is a real priority for many Queenslanders, and we want people to put on their thinking caps about how we can use government data to improve out public transport systems.”

Assistant Minister for e-Government Ray Stevens said $5,000 prize money would be available for entrants who showcase the most innovative use of and real outcomes from public data in a number of categories.

“The categories include Public Transport, where we’re looking for solutions that deliver real improvements to customer experience; Improved Service Delivery, which will produce better social services; and Growing and Developing Queensland’s future, which will produce real economic benefits for Queenslanders,” Mr Stevens said.

“The final category is a wildcard, where we’re looking for thinking ‘outside the box’.

“By giving the experts a chance to develop these apps or web services, the Government can focus on delivering high quality customer services and better business practices.

“We will also work with the Chamber of Commerce and Industry Queensland to drive business participation in identifying how data can be used to create jobs throughout Queensland.”

Mr Stevens said public servants would also be able to compete so they could show how they are using open data to improve service delivery.

The winners of the Premier’s Awards for Open Data will be announced in November.

For more information on the Premier’s Awards for Open Data please visit www.data.qld.gov.au   

[ENDS] 24 June 2013

 

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