Hosted by the Corporate IT Forum (CITF) since 2004, the Real IT Awards (RITA) are recognised for their independence and focus on celebrating team effort.
Specifically designed for large organisations from different industries and sectors with similar challenges within business technology.
The entry process is even more straightforward this year, designed for busy people keen to acknowledge the excellent work carried out within their Technology departments.
Entry is free. Please download the entry formand entry guidelines to find out more!
We hold our judges to the highest standards of fairness, accuracy impartiality and integrity. The entire judging process adheres firmly to these guiding principles.
Equal Treatment of all Entries
Judges evaluate every entry with a discerning eye towards project scope and strategic goals. A professional execution under a limited budget is more worthy than a mediocre execution for a well-funded initiative.
It is execution that matters, not total project scope.
We make all efforts to avoid conflicts of interest in the judging process (such as inadvertently assigning a judge to evaluate an entry with which he/she is associated).
At least three judges are assigned to each entry at random from within the pool of judges whose expertise is relevant. All judges are screened before being assigned an entry.
All of the judges are expected to and will excuse themselves from judging an entry that may present a conflict of interest.
The Judging System
To evaluate entries, judges utilise a points-based scoring system. Each judge will score each submission within their designated category; scores will then be combined to identify the short list/winner.
It is possible that more than one entry may qualify to win the same category.
Each category winner is scored again by the panel judges against the judging criteria to select the overall winner of a Real IT Award.
Decisions made by judges are final. The judges’ decisions cannot be appealed.
The judging for the Special Achievement Award follows a separate process. The shortlist is chosen by the CITF and forwarded for a final decision by the Membership Council.
May 17, 2018
Hilton London Bankside.
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