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IFIP – 10th conference on electronic government, EGOV 2011

ISA participationVenue: Delft, Netherlands
From 28/08/2011 to 02/09/2011

In its 10th edition, the conference on electronic government will bring together representatives of the scientific research community in e-government from all over the world. Following interactive approaches, the conference is considered as the place for exchanging research concepts, progress and results.

In addition to keynote presentations, high-level discussion panels and workshops, the conference will host a PhD Colloquium.

Agenda

Sunday, 28 August 2011

 PhD Colloquium on e-government and e-Participation

Monday, 29 August 2011

Workshops on Social Media, and Democratization;

Workshops on Open Governmental Data – including a presentation of the ENGAGE project

Working sessions on Community and Social Media, Semantic Interoperability, and E-Government Development

Tuesday, 30 August 2011

Keynote speaches  on e-Government, e-Participation, social media and politics

Working sessions on IT Governance and Architectures

IFIP business meeting 

Wednesday, 31 August 2011
 
Working sessions on Security & Identity Management,  Public Procurement, Integration & Collaboration
Panel discussion: Democratic eGovernance in Asia: PANeGOV
Keynote speech: An evolutionary perspective on government change in the Netherlands
Jaap Uijlenbroek, Director General, Ministry of Interor and Kingdom Relations

Thursday, 1 September 2011

Keynote speech: EU Perspectives of governance and policy modelling

Aniyan Varghese, DG INFSO, European Commission

Working Sessions on Services Design, Assessment of Services, Acceptance & Diffusion, Institutional Aspects, Open Government

Friday, 2 September 2011

Workshops on Open Government Contribution, Citizen Participation, Good Governance and Collaborative Policy Development

 

Speakers gallery

  • Orator
    Aniyan Varghese
    DG INFSO, European Commission

    At the European Commission Dr Varghese is responsible for the policy development and implementation of electronic identity management for eGovernment services in the EU. He is also steering the activities on electronic identification and authentication in the proposed Digital Agenda for Europe. He works in the ICT for Government and Public Services Unit, in the DG Information Society, and has wide experiences at the Commission in policy development and research programme management in eGovernment, trust and security, software systems, and new methods of work.