Call for case studies
Digital Summit 2019 is calling for submissions of case studies which showcase digital transformation in government.
If you have worked on a successful digital transformation project or product, we’d love to hear from you. Selected case studies will be invited to take part in our program and present the case study in one of the sessions.
Additional selected case studies will be included as part of the information given to all the summit attendees. Contact details for the agency/official responsible will be included, so that those interested in finding out more can connect with you after the summit.
See our terms and conditions below for more details.
What types of case studies are we looking for?
We are interested in products that:
- show lessons learned during the process
- show the application of the Digital Service Standard
- have a wide application across all levels of government (federal, state/territory and local government)
- went live between January 2018 and the close of submissions
Case studies must be for products that are live, and for which results are known and can be shared.
The case study will need to cover the following areas:
- product summary
- user need identified (what and how)
- results/lessons to be learned
- application of the Digital Service Standard (put n/a if not applicable)
The case study should relate to at least one of the following topics:
- user-centred research and design
- agile methodology
- making service accessible
- cross-agency or cross-jurisdiction collaboration
- stakeholder engagement and/or change management
Template and deadline for submissions
Your submission must be completed on the template provided and uploaded to the submission portal by Friday 31 May 2019. The submission should not be more than 300 words. Please save a copy of the submission for your records before you upload it.
Naming your case study
Please name your file according to this convention: Product_name-Agency-name-Official_name
Terms and conditions
Please note the following terms and conditions of submitting a case study:
- case studies must be from government agencies from Australia only. This includes federal, state/territory and local government. Private sector case studies will not be accepted. Public/private sector collaborative products will be accepted but submission and presentation will be by the public sector partner
- submission of a case study does not guarantee publication of your case study
- case studies selected for presentation at the summit must have the presenter confirmed and registered within 2 weeks of notification of selection
- representatives coming to the summit will be given free registration but are responsible for their own travel and accommodation
- once a case study has been accepted for presentation at the summit, that presentation must take place. If the original person attending can no longer come to the summit, the agency responsible must find a substitute
- submission of a case study indicates executive approval for the case study and presentation of it has been granted prior to submission
- editing of case studies will take place prior to publication to ensure uniformity across the publication and to meet the requirements of the Australian Government Style Guide
- submission will include collecting permissions for ‘publication of submission and film under CC BY 3.0 Aus licence’
Note - you will need a Google account to submit the case study via the form. If you cannot use a Google account, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions about the call for case studies, please email email@example.com