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Naimi-Sadigh A, Rabiei M, Seghatoleslami A. Designing the Framework of the Premium Information Technology Award of the National Information Technology Conference Managers. Human Information Interaction 2022; 9 (2)
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Objectives: The National Conference of Information Technology Managers is conceivably the most significant of its nature in the country. Chief competitive advantage to comparable ones is its observant of products in IT as an alternative to papers. The purpose is a comprehensive design for the scientific evaluation of information technology products.
Method: For the evaluation plan of the premium information technology award (FAB), three main scientific-technological, managerial-economical and cultural-social axes were studied.  At the end, the criteria and sub-criteria were interviewed using the experts' focus group method. Initially, the information technology products were classified according to their nature.  Then, the importance of criteria and sub-criteria were determined for all their features. Finally, evaluation of the products was done based on their identified importance.
Findings: The products are divided into 9 groups according to the type of customer and the product usage. Each of these 9 groups will have unique features and different sub-criteria. They receive their total weight by points given via expert judges that will be their score compared to the other products, and therefore could rank the products.
Conclusion: After receiving the products, in the first stage, they are evaluated in the internal scientific evaluation committee of the conference. In the next stage, the products receiving the highest points are for the evaluation of the presence of internal and external judges.

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