Embedded Government: The Public Sector in 2011- 01

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Embedded Government: The Public Sector in 2011- 01

  1. 1. Mobile Government: transforming the public sector businesses The Speakers Mobile Government DefinitionsModeratorIbrahim Kushchu, Founding Director, Mobile Government Consortium mGovernment is a strategic approach to the utilization of all kinds of wireless and mobile11:30 –11:45 - Driving mGovernment Forward technologies, services, applications and devicesRoberto Viola, Secretary General, AGCOM for improving benefits to eGovernment11:45 – 12:05 - Harnessing LTE for the Public Sector stakeholders including citizens, businesses andEmil Olbrich, NSIT and Jeff Bratcher, NTIA all government organisations (Kushchu, 2003).12:05 – 12:20 - Improving Society with Cloud‐Based Mobile ServicesRonald Wright Raffensberger, Director, Core Network Marketing, Huawei • neither e nor m Government is only about12:20 – 12:35 - TBC efficiencies, cost savings or modernization ofMr. Emre Sayın; Chief Corporate Business Officer, Turkcell public sector organizations …. Mobile Government Definitions Mobile Government Definitions … it is more about undertanding citizens, working with them and responding to their needs! 1
  2. 2. Mobile Government Context Mobile Government Context • Many NGOs, public and private sector, and research organisations work on mGovernment • To mention a few from among our collaborator at the mGCI Incentives for mGovernment Incentives for mGovernmentCost Savings Cost SavingsProcess Efficiencies Process EfficienciesBetter Reputation Profit Better Reputation ProfitModernization New markets Modernization New marketsDemocracy New products Democracy New productsDevelopment Social Responsibility Development Social Responsibility For Governments For Mobile Industry For Governments For Mobile Industry Investments in Investments in Infrastructure / technology Infrastructure / technology mGovernment Social change mGovernment Social change Legal framework Innovation Private Partnerships Effective Public Partnership For Citizens For Citizens Convenience and less bureaucracy Convenience and less bureaucracy Better life – economic / social development Better life – economic / social development Participation in policies and regulations Participation in policies and regulations Transparency and accountability of governance Transparency and accountability of governance Benefits of Mobile Government Citizen Considerations For Government Organizations Transform and modernize business processes Serve citizens better Cost Reductions Efficiencies Direct Contact with Citizens Wider Reach to Citizens Inclusive Policies Social / Individual Benefits Economic and social welfare While benefits are Information access equality considered to be high the Participation in Local Policies Democratic Governance user take up is so low or Transparent Governance we don’t know about it Convenience - Less Bureaucracy 2
  3. 3. The Session Overview The Speakers• What are the drivers of citizen expectations in receiving government Moderatorservices via channels using mobile technologies? Ibrahim Kushchu, Founding Director, Mobile Government Consortium• What are the common incentives for public and private sectororganisations to form strong partnerships enabling successful 11:30 –11:45 - Driving mGovernment ForwardmGovernment project implementations? Roberto Viola, Secretary General, AGCOM• How does mGovernment relate to eGovernment and what are thetransition patterns from eGovernment to mGovernment? 11:45 – 12:05 - Harnessing LTE for the Public Sector• How to create an "able" mobile society in order to improve adoption of Emil Olbrich, NSIT and Jeff Bratcher, NTIAmobile government applications and services?• How does the technology evolution facilitate mobile government? 12:05 – 12:20 - Improving Society with Cloud‐Based Mobile Services• What are the effects of mobile participation by the citizens: do they have Ronald Wright Raffensberger, Director, Core Network Marketing, Huaweia power to influence policies and operations of governments?• At what level mobile applications and services are the most effective: 12:20 – 12:35 - TBClocal and municipalities or central government operations such as health, Mr. Emre Sayın; Chief Corporate Business Officer, Turkcelleducation or security? 3

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