Find out about Innovation Fund recipients for the 2020/21 funding round.
|Croissant||Ministry for the Environment||Further develops and tests an all-of-government consultation tagging tool, to reduce the processing and analysis of public submissions.||$250,000|
|Being a Senior||Ministry of Health||Working with district health boards, primary health organisations, care organisations and technology/sensor providers to test how sensors can be used to improve health outcomes for seniors||
|Community DataHub Pilot||Stats NZ||Testing an approach to improving access to data for Māori through a data hub pilot.||$440,175|
|Open Source Hub||NZ Police||Establishes a hub for government open source practitioners to develop their open source intelligence skills and foster better approaches to the collection of open source.||$425,000|
|Public Service Workforce Deployment||Public Service Commission||To create a single all-of-government workforce deployment solution to enable retention, development and deployment of skilled public servants throughout the system.
|Unlocking Leadership Data||Public Service Commission||The pilot tests the concept of secure, automated exchange of employee data between agencies to a central platform, starting with the collection of data on senior leaders.||$135,000|
|Elevating Aotearoa’s Future||Department of Internal Affairs||Building diversity in the digital public sector by focusing on the development of Māori and Pacific Peoples in ICT roles, including on the job training and experience.||$600,000|
|Support Service Referral Management||NZ Police||
Develops digital tools to refer people to appropriate support services.
The prototype aims to improve efficiency, information flow and service delivery and to support safety communities.
|Data Lab Commons||Stats NZ||
Building a knowledge-sharing platform within the Integrated Data Infrastructure (IDI) Data Lab, with 1 or 2 catalyst initiatives ready to go.
The aim is to increase the data community’s access to integrated data.