The Radiant Awards

Innovation & Vision in Identity Systems

12 December 2018, AVANI Riverside Bangkok Hotel

  • 1 - Introduction and Objectives

    APSCA organises the Radiant Awards to recognise excellence in planning, design, implementation and operation of national electronic identity schemes, applications and services. The Radiant Awards are designed to reward end-user organisations that operate public sector identity schemes together with their partners that provide supporting smart technology and identity solutions. The Radiant Awards comprise several awards that recognise vision, creativity, thought leadership, technology innovation, implementation best practices and service delivery for citizens and residents. The 2018 Radiant Awards will be presented at the Radiant Awards Ceremony, at the reception dinner on Day 2 of the 3-day 5th Border Management & Identity Conference (5th BMIC), held in Bangkok on 12 December 2018. Click here to visit the 5th BMIC website.
  • 2 - Award Categories

    • i. The Radiant Vision Award – 1 award

      The Radiant Vision Award recognises forward thinking ideas that have led to significant innovations in how national electronic identity schemes are planned, designed, developed or deployed.

    • ii. The Radiant Pioneer Award – 2 awards

      The Radiant Pioneer Award recognises pioneering new uses or applications of smart technology in public sector identity schemes.

    • iii. The Radiant Launch Award – 4 awards

      The Radiant Launch Awards are for the 4 most significant deployments (excluding pilots) of public sector identity schemes, applications or services in the last 18 months.

    • iv. Radiant Service Award – 2 awards

      The Radiant Service Award is for a national electronic identity scheme that has consistently delivered exemplary services to citizens and residents over a period of at least 5 years.

    To learn more about the award categories and evaluation criteria, please go to Award Categories

  • 3 - Participation Information

    Submitting an entry for the Radiant Awards is free-of-charge.

    Entry forms for the Radiant Award evaluation process can be submitted by any organisation that abides by the terms and conditions and is either a:

    1 - Nominee that is an end-user organisation that operates an electronic identity scheme for, or provides smart eID technology-based services to citizens or residents.

    or a:

    2 - Nominating organisation (including technology solutions providers) that wishes to propose a nominee that is an end-user organisation that operates an electronic identity scheme for, or provides smart eID technology-based services to citizens or residents.

    The Radiant Awards opens for submissions on 14 May. For more information on the entry submissions process and key dates, please go to How to Enter

  • 4 - Judging

    The jury for the evaluation of the Radiant Awards will be made up of the Chairman of APSCA together with independent consultants that are experts in the field of electronic identity

    To get to know our panel of judges, please go to Jury

  • 5 - Terms & Conditions

    1. Radiant Award entrants, including nominees and nominating organisations, grant APSCA permission to use the names of organisations entered for the Radiant Awards, including electronic identity schemes, nominee government agencies and nominating organisations, as well as photos taken at the Radiant Awards Ceremony, in APSCA media linked to the communications and promotion for the Radiant Awards

    2. APSCA will maintain the confidentiality of all information included in submissions for the Radiant Awards with the exception of the names of nominee government agencies and their electronic identity schemes, the names of nominating organisations and the 50 word summarised description of the entry included on the entry form (all such information is related to the Use of Radiant Awards). All personal contact information collected, including Radiant Awards user account email addresses and contact information on Radiant Awards entry forms will be used only in relation to the Radiant Awards.

    Other Terms & Conditions are listed here

  • More:

    The Radiant Awards is held in conjunction with the 3-day 5th Border Management and Identity Conference on Technical Cooperation & Capacity Building (5th BMIC). The awards will be presented during a reception dinner on Day 2.

    5BMIC explores Alternative Approaches to Border Management and Identity that government authorities can adopt and deploy to manage customer flows at borders and the identity-based services that they need to deliver to travelers, citizens, migrants and refugees. The conference will be organised by the International Organization for Migration (IOM) and APSCA and supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Thailand.

    Click HERE to register for the conference!

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