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Entries open for Future GovTech Leaders Ranking 2018

Entries are now open for the Future GovTech Leaders ranking, spotlighting the brightest young talent in public sector technology

Entries are now open for our first ever Future GovTech Leaders ranking, which aims to spotlight the brightest young talent in public sector technology.

The ranking celebrates the young stars of the industry – influential under-30s who are wielding significant influence, fostering change and spearheading important teams and initiatives across public sector digital technology and transformation.

Open to anybody in the public sector aged under 30 years of age at 1st September 2018, we’re looking for the brightest young talent who have made significant contributions in their careers to date and who are hopefully destined to become future leaders.

To be considered for the Future GovTech Leaders ranking  or to nominate one of your colleagues  submit your details and a supporting statement of achievements.

ENTER HERE

The deadline for entries is Friday 16th November 2018.

Good luck!

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