Tallinn e-Governance Conference 2018
Leading e-Governance experts, decision makers, donors and civil society groups will meet in Tallinn, Estonia to discuss challenges governments are facing when trying to meet the expectations of digital citizens.
Tallinn e-Governance Conference 2018 topic is “Governance for Digital Citizens”. This topic will be discussed from four perspectives:
- Digital Citizen
- Digital Rights and Freedoms
- Personalised e-Governance
- Digital Platforms for Digital Citizens
Who is the Conference for?
Government decision makers and strategists from countries implementing national e-Governance strategies
Donor organisations supporting development of open, transparent and efficient governance practices via IT solutions
Companies developing e-Governance applications and assisting governments with their implementation
The key goal of the conference is to help governments develop their use of e-services in a meaningful and future oriented way. In doing this, focusing on a citizen and user centric perspective is crucially important if governments want their e-services to be widely used.
Our desired audience would be public officials from all different regions of the world, in charge of e-governance development. This will provide a practical hands-on discussion and experience exchange on the necessary level of detail. It will also benefit those countries that have not yet established the necessary public structures, to learn from the existing experiences of their peers and colleagues.
Ministerial level participation will be strongly encouraged. Political leadership and will is usually of key importance in sustainable e-governance development. Countries such as Namibia or Mauritius serve as good examples in this context.
Additionally, donor organisations and development cooperation agencies shall be invited together with representatives of the business community.
ISA² is coming to the conference! Visit our stand and learn about interoperability solutions for public administrations, businesses and citizens!
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