about 4 years ago

Announcing winners of the challenge

 I first want to thank all of the individuals and organizations who submitted apps for this challenge. Many new and cutting edge ideas were presented that have promise to make significant impact in the field of suicide prevention. The goal of this challenge was not only to develop apps but to help ensure individuals in crisis get the help they need when they need it most. So with that, it is my pleasure to announce the winners of the app challenge: first place, lead by Dr. Nadine J. Kaslow of Emory University, is the Relief Link application. Second place goes to David Conway’s team for…

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over 4 years ago

Change to announcement date

The announcement date has been changed to the 13th. Thanks you.

James


over 4 years ago

New date for winner selection

Thank you all who participated in the challenge. The announcement date has been extended to Sept 6.

James


over 4 years ago

App demonstrations

For all entrants who submitted supporting documentation and app by submission deadline, please email the following information for the demonstration period which will be held this Friday:

1) name of app

2) name of demonstrators

3) email address and phone number of demonstrators

4) preference for time on Friday. Please indicate between 9-12 and 1-4 est. Please note that you may not be assigned the time in which you prefer. Those needing demonstration will receive notice via my meetings and will be required to review the app via screenshare and will need to dial in for conference. The review will…

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over 4 years ago

submitting via android or ios

If you are using testflight and are submitting via ios, send to maureen.boyle@samhsa.hhs.gov. If through android, send to james.wright@samhsa.hhs.gov. Thanks

 

James


over 4 years ago

Submissions

For those using testflight please use james.wright@samhsa.hhs.gov.

James


over 4 years ago

github submissions

If you are sending code through github privately, my username is jameslwright or my email address james.wright@samhsa.hhs.gov.

James


over 4 years ago

challenge.gov submission reminder

Remember to submit supporting documentation to include how to access code and download app. I will be reviewing the submission section to make sure supporting documentation links up to submitted apps. If you have any questions regarding this, please contact me at james.wright@samhsa.hhs.gov. If you submit an app outside of the platform without supporting documentation required on challenge.gov your app will not be considered complete.

James


over 4 years ago

UDID and IMEI

The iphone UDID for use is

accc1fcac60af67e744c91ed5f4ce2b2d71d5b6c

 You can send link via testflight if you are using that system. Please let me know if you have any other questions in order to submit your applications.

 

James


over 4 years ago

Submissions

For those using testflight please use james.wright@samhsa.hhs.gov.

James


over 4 years ago

Submission

Thank you to all who have worked on this challenge. Please submit all supporting documentation and if possible a video demo of the app working. Also if you submit source code via site such as github, you may make the submission private as long as you grant access to the government. Please remember that the awarded entrants will be required to share and keep open the code as stated in the federal registry notice. Also, please include detailed description of how to download, install and test app. If you need specific phone information please let me know via james.wright@samhsa.hhs.gov in…

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over 4 years ago

submissions

We will put out guidance on submitting the application for review shortly. You will need to have your app code available on an open site such as github and we be required to demonstrate during the judging period. Also please include supporting documentation through the site and we will set up a demonstration time for completed apps during the judging period.

James


over 4 years ago

Update on submissions and judging

Clarification is needed around the submission of proposals. Previously it was mentioned through the discussion thread that non completed applications would potentially be considered for this challenge, however correction is necessary to clarify that only fully completed applications will be considered and no awards or funding will be given for proposals.

James