HHS is enlisting the public's help to choose one of the latest winners of its HHSinnovates program, which recognizes innovative ideas pitched by HHS employees.
Twice a year since the project's launch in 2010, HHS employees have submitted ideas for the program via a Web-based portal. During the four previous awards cycles, HHS employees voted to choose the winning six entries. In March, for instance, the winning projects included an online search tool that helps low-income families find dental care for their children and a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention project that used zombies to convey information about disaster preparedness.
This time around, the public is invited to choose a People's Choice winner from among six selected projects.