2018 Innovative Solutions Scheme

× Reading mode

The priority theme of the Scheme 2018:

  • Digital Government Innovations

Sub-themes included, but were not limited to, the following:

  • Digital Civil Service
  • Disruptive Technologies and Civil Service
  • Digital Citizenship and Participatory Government
  • Government Management in Fostering Public Sector Innovation
  • Open Government Data and the New Frontier of Innovative Service Delivery
  • Data-Driven Smart Government
  • Incentivizing Staff and Building Capacity for Digital Innovation
  • Creating a Working, Learning and Innovative Environment
  • Public Governance: Digital Competencies.

Overall, 46 representatives from 17 countries have submitted applications: Azerbaijan, Bangladesh, Egypt, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Mongolia, Montenegro, Pakistan, Russia, South Africa, Switzerland, Tajikistan, Ukraine, UK, USA, and Zambia. 

15 proposals out of 46 were received from individual applicants/groups of individual applicants. 18 proposals were received from NGOs and international organizations, 6 – from state bodies, 5 – from academic entities, and 4 – from private companies.

As a result of evaluation by the International selection panel that included representatives of the Hub’s participating countries in the region and partners, the following bidders have been identified as winners:

The winners will be provided the opportunity to develop case studies and manuals for replication of the innovative solutions to be disseminated among the Hub’s participating countries.