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The European Union: Challenges of Integration and Expansion 
Beyond E-Government: Government for the Third Millennium
05 Jul - 10 Jul, 2005
 Architecture and Public Life

Faculty:
William Edwards (Chair) - Managing Partner, Gov 3 Limited , London
David Molchany - Chief Information Officer, Fairfax County Government, Commonwealth of Virginia
Chris Parker - Current Position: Chief executive, The Gov3 Foundation, London Former Position: Deputy e-envoy to the prime minister of the United Kingdom, London Fields of Interest: Transformation of societies, economies ...
Adama Samass├ękou - President of WSIS Preparatory Committee for the Geneva Phase, President of the African Academy of Languages, Koulouba, Former Minister of Education,
Paul Timmers - Head of Unit for eGovernment, Directorate-General for Information Society and Media, European Commission, Brussels

Abstract:
After sixty years of investment in the computerization of public services, and more than a decade of investment in applying Internet technologies to government, e-government in the new millennium is finally coming of age. The countries that have been at the leading edge of the e-government journey have made many mistakes along the way, and taken many blind alleys. Increasingly, however, they are now beginning to understand and tackle successfully the very deep structural and cultural transformations across the public sector which are needed if ICT is to deliver the fullest possible benefits to citizens and tax payers. This is not about e-government, it is about the mainstream transformation of government itself. At the same time however, an increasing number of developing countries are beginning to ramp up their own investments in e-government, often in ways which risk repeating the mistakes of the early adopters.

Session Faculty

David Molchany
 
Chris Parker

 
Related SGS Programs
The New Information Networks: Challenges and Opportunities for Business, Governments, and Media
13 Mar - 18 Mar, 2007
(Session 439)
 


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