"Aming to incentivise and promote innovation in the South African public sector."
Public Sector Hackathon 2023
A hackathon is an event where people engage in rapid and collaborative engineering over a relatively short period of time such as 24 or 48 hours.
The Public Sector Innovation Hackathon will enable the creation and implementation of new service delivery solutions (systems, processes, methods, models, products and services) resulting in significant improvements in outcomes, efficiency, effectiveness and quality.
23 - 24 August 2023
Wed, 09:00AM - Thurs, 16:00PM
Southern Sun Hotel, Cape Town
Who can attend?
Public servants, developers, designers
Focus Theme for this year
Digitalization of Government
Potential innovations that enhance cognitive capacity also pose new regulatory and ethical challenges for business, government, social institutions and international organisations.
"Implementing a comprehensive framework for accountability, roles, decision-making, and change management authority, organizations can ensure that their digital presence is effectively managed and aligned with business goals."
Health Care Solutions
Solutions that identify and address health issues before they become more serious and
costly to treat.
Any technology, including medical devices, IT systems, algorithms, artificial intelligence (AI), cloud and blockchain, designed to support healthcare organizations.
"A much-needed step to help increase access to quality healthcare for all, heightened transparency into the medical life cycle is key."
District Development Model
The purpose of this restructuring is to improve service delivery by promoting effective
and coordinated collaboration among all levels of government, ranging from local
municipalities to national government.
This initiative is aimed at addressing the existing problems with service delivery by creating a more seamless and integrated approach across different spheres of government.
"Build government capacity to support municipalities. Strengthen monitoring and evaluation at district and local levels."