E-Government Hackathon Program for Ilorin in 2023

E-Government Hackathon Program for Ilorin in 2023

To apply for the Ilorin Innovation Hub E-Government Hackathon Program 2023, interested parties are invited to do so. We’re excited to announce that on January 28–29, 2023, we will host our first-ever hackathon on e-government in partnership with the Kwara State Government. There are prizes worth more than N10 million up for grabs. We think that by embracing technology and undergoing a digital transformation, government can operate more effectively.

Government organizations still primarily communicate via paper, which carries a number of dangers. We wish to find solutions to these issues in the actual world. We want to find solutions in the areas of security, hardware, web & mobile applications, and power & renewable energy.

Focus Regions

 

  1. Power & Renewable Energy
    Power has been a major challenge in Nigeria, especially in the public sector where there’s limited funding. We want to discuss the efforts and opportunities in this category, more than just compete for a prize. Prepare to see on-site power installations.
  2. Hardware & Devices
    Drones, mobile phones, tablets, computers are all hardware that will be applied into functional solutions, either standalone or complementing another existing solution.
  3. Connectivity
    This is going to be a contest of internet service providers. We will allow local internet service providers to test their network and connectivity.
  4. Web & Mobile Applications
    Once you have power, hardware and connectivity you can now build and run applications to solve problems. Whether coding from scratch or using a nocode/low code tool, theres endless possibility on what can be achieved.
  5. Security & Privacy
    We’re going to test our skills at penetrating (and securing) some of the work done as well as other test projects/websites. We will also look at securing personal data for use in government and NDPR.

How to Apply

Do you love innovation and challenges? Then join this gathering of young minds in Kwara State to solve problems in government.

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