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Record Number of Applications Submitted to Technology Innovation Awards
501cTECH received a record number of applicantions to the 2015 Technology Innovation Awards across each of the three nonprofit cause categories.
“The overwhelming response to this program from our fellow nonprofits reinforces what we already know to be true about this community,” said Julie Chapman, 501cTECH President and CEO. “There is a strong culture of innovation with no shortage of ideas on how to increase our collective impact. Often times, the only thing missing is adequate funding and support to implement those innovative ideas, which is exactly why the Technology Innovation Awards exist.”
Those applications will now move on to a panel of more than twenty judges from companies like Accenture, Blackboard, Amazon, HP, and Microsoft, who will review the project ideas and ultimately choose three winners to be presented at the Celebration of Technology in November.
“We couldn’t be more excited about the response this year,” said Chapman. “And it wouldn’t be possible without the support of all the Technology Innovation Award sponsors. Special thanks to the Cause Award Sponsors, Accenture, CenturyLink, and BAE Systems.”