GovHack Gold Coast

GovHack 2014 has been scheduled for 11-13 July 2014 and will include a number of locations around Australia, including the Gold Coast! The competition will include national and local prizes and is a great way for local developers to strut their stuff with government data. By combining user experience and service design with hacking the 2014 GovHack will be bigger and better than ever.

The Gold Coast satellite event will be coordinated by Griffith University.

GovHack Gold Coast needs all kinds of hackers, coders, user experience, mobile, story tellers, artists, so make sure you help us get the word out there and register!

Location of GovHack Gold Coast | G23 Multimedia Building, Griffith University – Gold Coast Campus, Parklands Drive, Southport.

Further details of room locations will be made available closer to the event.

There are off-street parking facilities available as well as disability access.

More information about GovHack Gold Coast will be posted here on a regular basis.

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Who’s behind GovHack?

This is a non-profit event proudly run by volunteers, and put together with support from the Australian Gov 2.0 community (#gov2au).

Sponsoring GovHack 2014

A call for 2014 sponsors is now open. If you are interested in sponsoring this event, please contact: Pia Waugh (0400 966 453) or Sharen Scott (0417 068 875)

The GovHack Volunteers

Click through to find us on Twitter and Google+ Pia WaughGeoff Mason (G+), Gavin Tapp, Alex Sadleir, Clare Paine, Sharen Scott, Steven De Costa, Diana Ferry and Steph Mellor. A huge thank you to Richard Tubb, Jan Bryson, and to Ana and Michael from the NICTA eGov and Technology Cluster for their huge support too!
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