If you have an idea that could change people’s lives we have a mission for you, if you choose to accept: GovHack.
GovHack is in its third year at the Playford Stretton Centre Library, with this year's competition running from Friday 28 to Sunday 30 July. Anyone aged over 13 years can compete in this national open-data competition.Local prizes will be drawn at the end of the 46-hour stint on Sunday, 30 July, with state and the national prizes announced in September. The comp is open to teams or individuals who can create a project page, proof of concept and video that tells a story of how government data can be reused. SA's Torange Juice won a national award last year with their project ‘Greenu'.
Check out 'Greenu' in the video below >> Playford Library Officer and GovHack facilitator Jasmine Pugh said the competition is good fun. “GovHack provides an opportunity to enhance ideas and showcase them to prominent organisations and businesses on a national level,” she said.If you are ready to take on this challenge, you can register HERE.
28 to 30 July
Stretton Centre Library
For more information or to register, click HERE.