Minnesota State Government Innovation Awards
The Minnesota State Government Innovation Awards recognize the great work of state government entities and encourage an environment of experimentation and innovation in Minnesota. The Humphrey School will recognize state government entities engaged in innovation and service redesign. Judges will select up to ten award winners and three of the innovative entities will be selected for promotional videos.
Collaborations between state departments or offices are also eligible to win an award collectively. One representative from the collaboration must submit the entry.
The innovation work described in the entry must take place in Minnesota and must be underway or have taken place within the past two years. It also must have demonstrated growth beyond the conceptual state, showing progress and impact.
More than one entry is allowed by the same government entity, however the same division, office, or team cannot win more than one award.
Applicants may include, but are not limited to, state agencies, regional policymaking bodies, judicial or legislative branch departments, and statewide education bodies such as MNSCU or the University of Minnesota.
Please see the tab titled: SGIA Award Winning Projects 2016, to learn more about the 2016 winners.
The 2016 State Government Innovation Awards are brought to you by the Humphrey School of Public Affairs Public and Nonprofit Leadership Center with generous support from the Bush Foundation.