“Today is the last day when applications can be submitted and essentially it is the start of the second stage of the contest during which the applications are going to be assessed,” said Deputy Head of the Analytical Center Galina Chinarikhina, as she opened a methodological seminar for members of the expert group of the Best Information and Analysis Tools 2016 contest. “A total of about 50 applications have been submitted, some nominations got more applications than others, we regard that as a good result that reflect market demand for different kinds of software solutions.”
The seminar was devoted to the discussion of the single assessment principles. The methodology has already been discussed by experts before - back when it was being approved and this time around the experts got answers to the questions that they still had about it. Deputy Head of the Department for Information Technologies of the Analytical Center Anatoly Karpenko talked in detail about the contest, its nominations, the parameters that are going to be assessed, the procedure for selecting finalists and other important aspects that you can find more information about on the contest’s website.
“We are now going to be assessing the projects and awarding scores,” Mr. Karpenko said. - “This stage is going to last until 16th November, but all the scores awarded by experts should be in by 10th November, so we will have time to review them.”
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