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Submit an Innovation
Innovators are encouraged to submit innovative practices to fuel new research on innovation trends and to be considered for the UAE’s new World
Government Summit Innovation Award. Please see OPSI's recent blog for additional information. 

Relevant Information
A PDF version of the form for preview purposes is available here.

The sections of the form include a few questions for each of the following sections:
Personal Details
Organisational Details 
Describing the Innovation
Developing the Innovation
Project Reflections
Questions indicated by * are required responses. The more comprehensive your answers, the easier it will be for the judges and others to appreciate
the aims and achievements of your innovative project.

Compelling examples will be featured in OPSI's database of innovations.

Should you encounter any technical problems, please contact opsi@oecd.org. If possible, please provide a screen shot of the problem.

Submit an Innovation
Personal Details
*Your name

*Your organisation

*Your email address

Your telephone number

*Are you currently a public employee involved with the innovation you are submitting?
Yes
No

*Do you know the name and/or contact information for a public official involved with the innovation?
Yes
No

Their name

Their organisation

Their e-mail address

Their telephone number

Organisation Details
*Country
Albania
Algeria
Argentina
Armenia
Australia
Austria
Azerbaijan
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Belarus
Belgium
Belize
Bolivia
Bosnia
Botswana

Brazil
Bulgaria
Cambodia
Cameroon
Canada
CATA
Chile
China
Chinese Taipei
CIAT
Colombia
Costa Rica
CREDAF
Croatia
Czech Republic
Democratic Republic of Congo
Denmark
Ecuador
Egypt
El Salvador
Estonia
European Commission
Finland
France
Gabon
Georgia

Germany
Ghana
Greece
Guatemala
Honduras
Hong Kong (China)
Hungary
Iceland
IMF
India
Indonesia
IOTA
Iran
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Ivory Coast
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Kazakhstan
Kenya
Korea
Kuwait
Kyrgyzstan

Laos
Latvia
Lebanon
Lesotho
Lithuania
Luxembourg
Macedonia
Malawi
Malaysia
Malta
Mauritius
Mexico
Moldova
Mongolia
Morocco
Namibia
Nepal
New Zealand
Nicaragua
Nigeria
Norway
Oman
Pakistan
Peru
Philippines
Poland

Portugal
Qatar
Romania
Russia
Saudi Arabia
Senegal
Serbia and Montenegro
Seychelles
Singapore
Slovak Republic
Slovenia
South Africa
Spain
Sri Lanka
Swaziland
Sweden
Switzerland
Tajikistan
Tanzania
Thailand
The Netherlands
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Turkmenistan

Uganda
Ukraine
UN
United Arab Emirates
United Kingdom
United States
Uruguay
Uzbekistan
Venezuala
Vietnam
World Bank
Zambia
Zimbambwe
Other:

*Level of government
Central
Regional/State
Local

*What is your organisation’s primary sector/field of activity?
Please select all that apply.
Economic affairs

Information society and digitalisation

Education

Public administration modernisation and reform

Employment and labour-related affairs

Public order and safety, justice, and human rights

Environmental protection, climate change, and agriculture

Recreation, culture, and religion

External relations

Science, research, and innovation

Health

Transport and infrastructure

Housing and community relations

*Size of organisation undertaking the innovation
Less than 99
Between 100 and 249
Between 250 and 499
Between 500 and 999
More than 1000

Other

Submit an Innovation
Describing the Innovation
*Name of Innovation

Innovation Website

Other URL related to the innovation

*Year innovation launched

*Short "elevator pitch" of the innovation
An "elevator pitch" is a succinct and persuasive sales pitch used to quickly and simply define something.
(maximum characters: 400)

*Executive summary of the innovation
In your summary, please include information on why the innovation was developed, as well as its objectives and beneficiaries. 
(character minimum: 2,000 characters; character maximum: 5,000 characters)

*How is the innovation different, unique, or more innovative than the status-quo or what’s been tried previously?
If you were inspired by another innovation, please also describe it and how your innovation is different.
(maximum characters: 2,500)

*Innovation tags
Please select all tags that describe your innovation. We encourage you to add additional tags through the "additional tags" box.
Anticorruption and Integrity

Experimentation

Organisational Design

Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Financial Resources

Finance and Budgeting

Behavioural Insights and Nudges

Future Forecasting & Horizon Scanning

People Networks

Blockchain

Games

Procurement/Acquisitions

Bureaucratic Simplification

Geolocation and Mapping

Public Service

Challenges and Awards

Human Resources

Reframing Rules and Regulations

Citizen Engagement

Internet of Things (IoT)

Robotics

Co-design

Labs

Skills and Competencies

Communication

Leadership

Social Media

Cross-Sector Partnerships

Learning from Failure

Systems Change

Data

Methods

Tools

Development and Aid

Mobile

UX/UI Design

Digital and Technology Modernisation

Nanotechnology

Additional tags...

Emergency Management

Open Government

Evaluation and Oversight

Open Source

Submit an Innovation
Developing the Innovation

*Which stage is your innovation currently in?

Identifying problems
Generating ideas
Developing proposals
Implementing projects
Evaluating projects
Diffusing lessons

*Please describe the status of your innovation today and how it has gotten to this point in the innovation lifecycle.
For example, how the problem was identified, where the idea for the innovative solution came from, how a course of action was determined, methods and tools used to implement
the project and evaluate success and failure, and how the innovation is being spread to others. 
(maximum characters: 5,000)

To the extent information is available, what resources were used?
For example: staff, budget, etc.
(maximum characters: 1,000)

Results & Impact
What results and mission impacts have been observed from the innovation so far? What results and impacts are expected?
(maximum characters: 2,000)

Collaboration and Partnerships
*Please describe the collaboration and partnerships and how it affected the innovation.
What did each bring to the table and why was it important?
(maximum characters: 1,000)

Please describe how users, stakeholders, and partners were involved during the innovation process and how this impacted the innovation.
This may include citizens, government officials, civil society organisations, and companies. 
(maximum characters: 1,000)

Submit an Innovation
Project Reflections
*What challenges have been encountered? And how, if at all, have those challenges have been responded to?
(maximum characters: 1,000)

*What lessons from your experience would you like to share with others?
Please include what worked well and what may have worked less well.
(maximum characters: 1,000)

*What conditions do you think are necessary for the success of an innovation such as this?
For example: supporting infrastructure and services, policy and rules, leadership and guidance, human and financial resources, and personal values and motivation.

(maximum characters: 1,000)

*In your opinion, what is the potential for the innovation to be replicated to address similar or common problems in government?
(maximum characters: 1,000)
This could include replicability of the problem (i.e., widespread public challenges), as well as replicability of the solution (i.e., the ease at which the solution can be adopted by
others)

Is there any other information that you would like to share about the innovation?
(maximum characters: 1,000)

Questionnaire Feedback & Miscellaneous 
On a scale of 1-10, how simple did you find it to complete this form?
Impossible 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Very
straightforward

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Please let us know if you have any feedback on how to improve the form or your experience in completing it
For example, were there any questions that were too difficult to answer, and why?

Would you like to register for the OPSI newsletter on public sector innovation?
Yes
No

May OPSI provide your contact information to government officials in order to help them learn more?
Yes
No

Submit an Innovation
Thank you for submitting an innovation. You will now be redirected to the Observatory of Public Sector Innovation website. If you are not redirected automatically, please click here.


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