19/08/2019

The GovHack open data competition is back for its 10th year and will run across Australia and New Zealand from 6 to 8 September 2019.

GovHack is a free open competition held over 46 hours and everyone is encouraged to get involved.

Individuals and teams are invited to create a project page, a proof of concept and a video telling the story of how government data can be re-used to solve a community problem. Participants can compete at both state and national levels for some great prizes.

In South Australia, events will be held at two locations - Mount Gambier Library and The University of Adelaide.

If you would like to learn more about GovHack, you can attend the Connections information event in your local area.

To register for the GovHack competition, please visit the GovHack website.