Aberdeenshire scoops top ICT awards

Written by Colin Marrs on 18 June 2015 in News
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Head of ICT at Aberdeenshire Council, Nicola Graham, has been named digital leader of the year for Scotland’s public sector.

Graham collected the award at the third annual Connect ICT awards organised by PublicTechnology's sister title, Holyrood, in Glasgow earlier this week.
 
Aberdeenshire also saw off competition from Edinburgh College and the University of Edinburgh to collect the ICT team of the year award.
 
Over the last two years, Aberdeenshire has become one of the first Scottish local authorities to fully embrace a ‘cloud-based’ service management tool for ICT delivery.
 
“Don’t let anybody tell you that IT in the public sector is not exciting and innovating – it’s a fantastic place to work,” Graham told an audience of almost 200 as she collected her award.
 
The awards, winners of which were chosen by a panel of six ICT experts chaired by ScotlandIS public sector liaison, Tommy Laughlin, also saw the Scottish Housing Regulator and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde collect two awards apiece.

Full list of winners

Project Delivery Award – Shetland Islands Council
 
ICT Team Award – Aberdeenshire Council
 
Citizen Award – The Scottish Housing Regulator
 
Mobile Award – NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
 
Innovate Award – Future City Glasgow
 
Security Award – John Campbell, the Scottish Government
 
Digital Health Award – NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde
 
Insight Award – The Scottish Housing Regulator
 
Digital Leader Award – Nicola Graham, Head of ICT, Aberdeenshire Council 
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