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e-Governance Conference

Giant Leaps Start With Small Steps

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RE-WATCH & VISIT EXPO UNTIL 21 JUNE 2020

Let’s challenge the coronavirus pandemic together with the online e-Governance Conference!

 

The online e-Governance Conference provides you with an unique opportunity to discuss the topics that reflect the governments’ current challenges in helping citizens to manage their lives and businesses online.

You’ll meet e-governance experts from around the world without leaving your home or office!

Keynote presentations, expert sessions and live discussions focus on the practical aspects of digital agendas and collaborative models of e-governance.

This year’s conference celebrates the anniversary of the first walk on the Moon. As we know, this giant leap for humankind started with small steps: research, meetings, programming, technology development, etc. The same principle applies to digital transformation and e-governance development.

Achieving long-term goals with continuous innovation that utilizes smaller projects based on common principles will be one of the key learning and sharing objectives of the e-Governance Conference 2020.

The e-Governance Conference is an annual event organized by the e-Governance Academy (eGA) since 2015.

General admission fee for the conference is 9.90€. If you received an invitation, please use the link in the email to register.

Who is the Conference for?

 

Public sector decision-makers and strategists from countries implementing national e-governance strategies

Donor organisations supporting the development of open, transparent and efficient governance practices via IT solutions

Business community developing e-governance applications and assisting governments with their implementation

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Main Partners

Supporters

Speakers

Kersti Kaljulaid
The President of the Republic of Estonia
Amani Abou-Zeid
Infrastructure, Energy, ICT and Tourism Commissioner, African Union
John Whittingdale
Minister of State for Media, United Kingdom
Evelyna C. Wever-Croes
Prime Minister of Aruba & Minister of General Affairs, Integrity, Energy, Innovation, & Government Organization
Paula Ingabrie
Minister of ICT and Innovation, Rwanda
David Rowan
Expert on technology trends and corporate innovation
Siim Sikkut
Government CIO, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, Estonia
Paolo Ciccarelli
Head of Unit (Cities, Local Authorities, Digitalisation, Infrastructures), European Commission
Raul Rikk
National Cyber Security Policy Director, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, Estonia
Miguel A. Porrúa
Coordinator of the Data and Digital Government Cluster, Inter-American Development Bank
Luukas Ilves
Member of the Advisory Board, Lisbon Council & Head of Strategy at Guardtime
Peeter P. Mõtsküla
Guest Lecturer, IT Law Programme, University of Tarty School of Law; Attorney, TRINITI Estonia
Kristo Vaher
Chief Technology Officer, Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, Estonia
Arvo Ott
Executive Director, e-Governance Academy
Hannes Astok
Director for Development and Strategy, Member of the Management Board, e-Governance Academy
Linnar Viik
Programme Director of Smart Governance, Co-Founder of e-Governance Academy
Kristina Reinsalu
Programme Director of e-Democracy, e-Governance Academy
Epp Maaten
Programme Director of National Cyber Security, e-Governance Academy
Alex Benay
Partner, Digital and Government Solutions, KPMG in Canada
Gila Gamliel
Minister for Social Equality, Israel
Judith Pallarès Cortés
Minister of Public Function and Administrative Simplification, Andorra
Aurelie Adam Soule Zoumarou
Minister of Digital Economy and Communications, Benin
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