16th GCC eGovernment & eServices Forum

» Event's Profile

The aim of the 16th GCC eGovernment and eServices Forum is to assist in developing and discussing the strategies for the transformation of GCC eGovernment services to achieve global competitiveness. Over the years, this forum has established itself as the largest eGovernment forum in the region and one of the most important events on the calendar of regional and global eGovernment professionals.

Organized in cooperation with the eGovernment Institute, this forum examines the utility of maturational models in understanding the achievement of eGovernment benefits, analyzing how public organizations can realize the benefits of technological innovations, with the objective being to showcase eGovernment developments in the GCC region and introduce new and successful practices via many global case studies. The forum will serve as a platform for industry experts, key government representatives, and academics from various countries to come together to discuss the latest issues and trends related to eGovernment. Overall, the forum’s objective is to create a framework for outstanding eGovernment models and formulate winning e-Government strategies, which will enhance administrative productivity, efficiency and transparency.

» What will be discussed?

The forum will deliberate on the following areas / topics:

   

Present and Future eGovernment Challenges in the Region

National eGovernment Strategies: Objectives and Future Plans

Innovation in eGovernment

Failures & Success in GCC eGovernment Projects

Transformation Strategy - Government Business Reengineering

eService Oriented Architectures and Content Standards

Developing Appropriate Business and ICT Architecture and eProject Management 

Integrating eGovernment Business Processes and Technology Investment   

The Trust Environment – Privacy, Security, and Authentication

Reengineering Current Government Administration Processes through eGovernment Technologies and Applications

G2G Processes, Collaboration, Code Sharing, and Other Efforts

Secure eGovernment and eServices Delivery

Successful eGovernment Projects in the Middle East, Europe, US, South America, South East Asia

eGovernment Roadmap for Developing Countries in the Region

Emerging Technologies, Wireless eGovernment Solutions

Organizational Change, Training, Culture, and Sustainability

And more…

» Who Will Attend?

The forum will be attended by eGovernment executives, decision-makers ad key policy makers from regional and global government organizations, ministries, departments, and agencies including:

   

CIOs, IT professionals, consultants and program implementers from the public sector

Regional & international eGovernment agencies

Senior government officials entrusted with e-government projects C-level executives, directors, department heads from government and business sectors

Senior officials from banking and finance sectors

Network and communications engineers and managers

R&D, procurement, and IT project managers

Telecom and internet service providers

IT solution providers, consultants, analysts, and professionals

Researchers, academia, and media

» Why Should You Attend?

This forum is designed to enable senior government officials, CIOs, IT professionals and executives to learn from the valuable insight of the brightest minds in the eGovernment. It aims to showcase the latest solutions to today’s eGovernment and eServices challenges and provide delegates with different perspectives that will help increase their organizations’ eGovernment and eService delivery performances.

This forum will also serve as a unique platform for both regional and international government and private sector organizations to share best practices and experiences, build business relationships, and further boost collaboration between cities and nations.