The Prime Minister participated in the HackYeah 2019 hackathon

We want groups of enthusiasts proposing solutions for difficult problems to be able to help in resolving public administration’s problems said the Prime Minister during a conference on the international brainstorming devoted to problems concerning water which was organised during HackYeah in Nadarzyn which is the biggest stationary hackathon in Europe.


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Photo: Adam Guz / Chancellery of The Prime Minister of Poland

The Prime Minister recalled the first time when the public administration decided to declare its problem as a task in the hackathon. We asked as the Ministry of Finance, and the effects exceeded our expectations. Your work on taxes a few years ago is reflected e.g. in the "Bez PIT dla Młodych" programme (‘No PIT for the young’) he emphasised.

Addressing all innovators, ecologists, programmers, engineers and architects who took part in the brainstorming concerning water, the Head of Government expressed his gratitude for the creation of valuable solutions for socially-significant problems.

During the meeting, the Prime Minister awarded diplomas to the winning team in the ‘GovTech – Woda’ (‘GovTech – Water’) competition.

 


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