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  • ICEGOV  2009  PROGRAM   ORGANISATION   TALKS,  SESSIONS,  TUTORIALS,  PANELS,  AND  DISCUSSIONS   PRESENTATIONS   PARTICIPATION   2  
  • ORGANISATION  –  COMMITTEES   The  conference  was  organized  by  a  CONFERENCE  COMMITTEE  based  in  Colombia  and  China,  with   help  from  their  colleagues.   AddiPonal  input  was  provided  by  an  ADVISORY  COMMITTEE,  including  representaPves  from   other  countries  in  Europe,  America,  and  Asia.       A  large  PROGRAM  COMMITTEE  of  academics  and  pracPPoners  reviewed  anonymous  submissions   of:  research  papers,  case  studies,  demonstraPons,  and  posters.       An  AWARDS  COMMITTEE  will  select  papers  of  parPcular  merit  –  in  terms  of  both  theorePcal  and   pracPcal  contribuPons.       3  
  • ORGANISATION  –  REVIEW   The  program  commiWee  comprised  both  academics  and  pracPPoners.    Every  submission  was   allocated  three  reviewers,  including  at  least  one  pracPPoner.   Submissions  were  invited  in  four  categories:  PAPERS,  CASE  STUDIES,  DEMONSTRATIONS,  and   POSTERS.       Reviewers  were  able  to  recommend  acceptance  in  any  category.   4  
  • ORGANISATION  –  SUBMISSIONS   Authors  could  submit  abstracts  for  iniPal  review,  allowing  them  to  check  whether  their  proposed   submission  would  be  seen  as  relevant.     Full  submissions  were  required  by  June,  with  decisions  announced  at  the  end  of  July.    A  double-­‐ blind  process  was  employed.   131  submissions  were  received  from  39  different  countries  –  including  90  papers,  of  which  24   were  accepted  for  presentaPon  in  that  form.     5  
  • INVITED  TALKS   ACADEMIC  PERSPECTIVE   MaWhias  Finger  is  Chair  and  Professor  of  Management  of  Network  Industries  at  the   Swiss  Federal  InsPtute  of  Technology  (EPFL)  in  Lausanne;  he  is  also  the  Director  of   ExecuPve  EducaPon  at  EPFL’s  Middle  East  Campus.    He  has  wriWen  extensively   about  the  insPtuPonal  aspects  of  global  economic  and  environmental  change.   GOVERNMENT  PERSPECTIVE   Maria  del  Rosario  Guerra  is  Minister  for  InformaPon  and  CommunicaPon   Technology  (ICT)  in  Colombia.    She  has  been  successful  in  increasing  access  to  ICT,   parPcularly  in  educaPon,  and  is  developing  a  framework  for  investment,  innovaPon,   and  social  inclusion.     INTERNATIONAL  PERSPECTIVE   Saleem  Zoughbi  is  Regional  Advisor  for  ICT  for  the  United  NaPons  Economic  and   Social  Commission  for  Western  Asia.      He  has  a  technical  background  in  systems   engineering,  has  served  as  an  advisor  to  the  PalesPnian  Authority,  and  has  led   missions  for  the  EU  and  the  United  NaPons  Development  Programme.   6  
  • INVITED  SESSIONS   On  Wednesday  ahernoon,  there  will  be  three  parallel  streams  of  sessions  in  which   representaPves  from  different  countries  will  report  on  naPonal  and  regional  experiences  of   electronic  governance.       This  year,  the  conference  and  advisory  commiWees  have  invited  sessions  from  Colombia,  Mexico,   China,  ArgenPna/Rio  Negro,  Korea,  Macao  SAR,  Dominican  Republic,  Brazil,  Mongolia,  Chile,   Costa  Rica,  and  Cameroon.   There  are  also  three  invited  sessions  on  Thursday  ahernoon,  looking  at  specific  issues  or   iniPaPves  in  technology  leadership,  interoperability  and  open  standards,  and  the  interplay   between  e-­‐governance  and  development.         7  
  • INVITED  TUTORIALS  -­‐  HORIZONTAL   On  Tuesday  morning,   TECHNOLOGY   from  10.40  unPl  12.40,   Jeremy  Gibbons,  Steve  Harris,  and  Jim  Davies   there  will  be  tutorials   This  tutorial  looks  at  how  we  can  achieve  interoperability   on  key  aspects  of   between  compuPng  systems,  and  how  new  technology  can  help   electronic  governance   us  to  address  the  challenges  of  e-­‐governance.   implementaPon.   TRANSFORMATION   Pallab  Saha   This  tutorial  explains  the  transformaPon  effected  in  Singapore,   from  e-­‐government  to  connected  government,  and  explores  the   noPon  of  a  government  enterprise  architecture.   POLICY   Sharon  Dawes,  Theresa  Pardo,  and  Evgeny  Styrin   This  tutorial  looks  at  different  aspects  of  informaPon  policy,   addressing  topics  such  as  privacy,  access,  and  sharing,  in  the   context  of  e-­‐governance.     8  
  • INVITED  TUTORIALS  -­‐  VERTICAL   E-­‐HEALTH   E-­‐ECONOMY   E-­‐LEADERSHIP   Jennifer  Zelmer   Wojciech  Cellary   Jean-­‐Pierre  Auffret  and   This  tutorial  will  explore  e-­‐ This  tutorial  looks  at  how   Elsa  Estevez   Health  standards,  lessons   to  transform  public   Amongst  other  things,  this   learned  and  key   administraPons  to  fully   tutorial  will  provide   consideraPons  in  their   benefit  from  electronic   examples  of  best  pracPces   adopPon,  and  examples  of   informaPon,  and  how  to   for  establishing  CIOs  in   their  use  in  different   use  e-­‐Government  to   government  and  will   selngs.  It  will  touch  also   sPmulate  e-­‐Business  as   propose  a  step  by  step   on  policy  issues  and  future   part  of  an  electronic   approach  for  developing  a   opportuniPes  at  a  global   knowledge-­‐based   CIO  system.   level.     economy   On  Tuesday  ahernoon,  from  14.20  unPl  16.20,  there  will  be  tutorials  on  specific  areas  and   domain  issues  within  electronic  governance.   9  
  • INVITED  DISCUSSIONS   On  Wednesday  and  Thursday,  there  will  be  roundtable  discussions  in  which  small  groups  of   experts  will  aim  to  reach  consensus  on  specific  topics  of  interest.     1.  Towards  regional  dialogue  to  promote  alliances   2.  How  to  achieve  high  take-­‐up  of  government  online   3.  InnovaPon  transfer  frameworks  for  global  e-­‐governance   There  will  be  opportuniPes  to  raise  issues  and  contribute  to  the  discussion.     10  
  • INVITED  PANELS   On  Friday,  there  will  be  six  workshops,  organised  in  three  parallel  sessions,  addressing  specific   topics  of  interest.    Each  workshop  will  include  presentaPons  of  relevant  papers,  but  also  an   invited  panel  session.   The  topics  are  aligned  with  the  invited  tutorials,  and  the  panelists  will  include  the  corresponding   tutorial  organizers.    This  is  an  opportunity  to  return  to  themes  introduced  at  the  start  of  the   conference.       Again,  there  will  be  opportuniPes  to  raise  issues  and  contribute  to  the  discussion.     11  
  • PRESENTATIONS   On  Wednesday,  Thursday,  and  Friday  morning  there  will  be  parallel  sessions  of  papers  and  case   studies,  presented  by  the  authors,  addressing  a  range  of  topics  in  both  the  theory  and  the   pracPce  of  electronic  governance.         The  paper  presentaPons  on  Friday  morning  have  been  organized  into  workshop  sessions   according  to  topic  –    loosely  aligned  with  the  themes  of  the  tutorials.    These  presentaPons  will  be   followed  immediately  by  panel  sessions  on  the  same  topic.     The  demonstraPons  and  poster  presentaPons  will  be  organized  as  part  of  the  recepPon  on   Tuesday  evening.     12  
  • PARTICIPATION   This  conference  is  about     INSPIRATION  –  showing  what  can  be  achieved,  exchanging  experiences  and  pracPces,  and  gaining   new  perspecPves  –  across  communi+es   EDUCATION  –  learning  more  about  the  state  of  the  art,  the  underlying  principles,  and  the   pracPcal  applicaPons  of  new  technologies  –  across  boundaries   COMMUNICATION  –  facilitaPng  networking  and  interacPon,  community  development,  and   capacity  building  –  across  borders   It  brings  together  people  from  around  the  world,  from  government,  academia,  non-­‐government   organizaPons,  and  industries,  with  a  wide  range  of  skills  and  experiences  –  to  address  the   challenges  of  electronic  governance.     This  year,  you  are  these  people.    This  is  your  conference.    Make  the  most  of  it!     13  
  • Thank  you!   ICEGOV2009  ORGANIZERS   icegov@icegov.org   hWp://www.icegov.org   14