1. VIETNAM ICT SUMMIT Identify Trends - Share Visions - Position Strategies - Find Solutions 2012 AGENDA VIETNAM ICT SUMMIT 2012 -------------- Time: June 26th -27th/2012 Địa điểm: Melia Hanoi Hotel, 44B Ly Thuong Kiet, Hanoi. Government sponsors: 1. Central Party Propaganda Committee 2. Ministry of Information and Communications Organizer: Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) Supported by: 1) Government Office 7) Ministry of Home Affairs 2) Ministry of Planning and 8) Ministry of Science and Investment (MPI) Technology (MoST) 3) Ministry of Transport (MoT) 9) Ministry of Health 4) Ministry of Education and 10) Ministry of Industry and Trade Training (MoET) 11) Hanoi People’s Committee 5) Ministry of Construction (MoC) 12) Danang People’s Committee 6) Ministry of Public Security 13) HCMC People’s Committee Media sponsors: 1. Vietnam Television 5. VnExpress 2. Voice of Vietnam (VOV) 6. Digital Life Magazine 3. VTC Television 7. PC World Magazine 4. Vietnam Investment Review 8. ICT News MagazineTheme: ICT - the Fundament of National InfrastructureContent: Time Content Side event 26/6/2012 Day 1:08:00 –10:15 Congress session08:00 - 08:30 Registration08:30 - 08:35 Opening08:35 - 08:45 - Welcome speech of Dr. Truong Gia Binh, Chairman of VINASA ICT Best - Film: “ICT – Smart infrastructure for rapid and sustainable Practices development” Exhibition 08:45 - 09:00 Speech by Government leaders 09:00 - 09:10 Speech of Minister of Information and Communications
2. DIỄN ĐÀN CẤP CAO CNTT-TT VIỆT NAM Identify Trends - Share Visions - Position Strategies - Find Solutions 201209:10 - 09:25 Keynote: ICT and National Modernization - breakthrough point of the infrastructure development of the Central Resolution No. 13-NQ/TW – Mr. Truong Dinh Tuyen, Senior Advisor to Prime Minister, Former Minister of Trade, Representative of Vietnam, who signs agreement to join WTO09:25 - 09:40 Resolution 13-NQ/TW on infrastructure and Government’s Action Plan – Mr. Nguyen Ba An, Senior Expert, Senior Official of the Government, Former Vice Director of Development Strategy Institute09:40 - 09:55 Presentation of Main Sponsor09:55 - 10:15 Malaysian experiences on country development empowered by ICT- Dr. Dan E Khoo, Chairman of World Information and Technology Services Alliance (WITSA)10:15 - 10:45 Tea break Visiting ICT Best Practices10:45 –12:15 Panel sessions Two sessions Session 1: Session 2: held “ICT to reduce congestion, “ICT in education and trainingsimultaneously traffic accidents” innovation” Chaired by: Chaired by: Leaders of Ministry of Transport Central Party Propaganda (MOT), Ministry of Information Committee, Leaders of Ministry of and Communications (MIC), Education and Training (MOET), VINASA VINASA Moderator: Dr. Nguyen Nhat Moderator: Dr. Truong Gia Binh, Quang, General Director of Chairman of VINASA, Dean of VINASA Science and Technology Hanoi School of Business (HSB) – Institute Hanoi National University Content: Content: - Raise the issues of - Raise the issues of education and transportation with a video clip training with a video clip - Status of ICT application in - Current status and pressing transport sector issues in education and training - New vision of smart field which can be solved by ICT transportation - New vision of smart education - ICT-based solutions for smart - Introduce ICT-based solutions transportation - Experiences sharing - Experiences sharing - Discussion - Discussion 12:15 - 13:30 Lunch (all guests) 13:45-15:45 Panel sessions VN ICT Two sessions Session 3: Session 4: Best held “Developing smart cities in “E-citizen card” Practicessimultaneously Vietnam” Chaired by: Exhibition Chaired by: Leaders of Government Office, Leaders of Ministry of Ministry of Public Security, Ministry Construction; Ministry of of Home Affairs, Ministry of Justice, Planning and Investment, Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Danang People’s Committee, Information and Communications, HCMC People’s Committee, VINASA Hanoi People’s Committee, Moderator: Dr. Mai Liem Truc,
3. DIỄN ĐÀN CẤP CAO CNTT-TT VIỆT NAM Identify Trends - Share Visions - Position Strategies - Find Solutions 2012 VINASA Former Minister of Post and Moderator: Dr. Tran Dinh Telecommunication Thien, Director of Vietnam Content: Institute of Economics - Status in implementing electronic Content: identify card and difficulties in - video clip on smart city citizen management - Pressing issues in urban - Vision and trend on citizen development which can be management by ICT solved by ICT - Solution on electronic citizen - ICT-based smart cities card and national population data solutions and trends building - Sharing information about - Experience and successful model Danang’s smart city model sharing - Discussion - Discussion 15:45-16:00 Tea break Visiting ICT Best Practices exhibition 16:00-17:00 Conclusion and Closing - Report on the results of panel sessions - Discussion - Summary of the sessions’ recommendations – Dr. Bui Manh Hai, Chairman of the Vietnam Software Industry Development Policy Consulting Council + Solutions for successfully implementing the Central Committee’s Resolution 4 on infrastructure and Government’s action plans + Recommendations to Central Party and the Government + Recommendations to enterprises - Speech by leader of MIC - Speech of leader from Central Party Propaganda Committee - Closing speech of VINASA’s Chairman 17:00 End of day 1 27/6/2012 Day 2: Modernization Solutions by ICT (Introducing, performing ICT solutions for the business matching between enterprises, organizations) 08:00-08:30 Registration VN ICT 08:30-08:40 Welcome guests and opening speech Best Practices 08:40-09:20 Solutions for smart education and training Exhibition 09:20-09:50 Solutions for smart healthcare And Business 09:50-10:35 Solutions for e-Government, electronic identity cards… matching 10:35-11:15 Solutions for transportation, urban development 11:15 Finishing presentations on solutions 11:15-12:00 Business matching (on demand) 12:00 End of the Summit 28/6/2012 Vietnam ICT Golf OpenNote: The organizer may adjust the agenda to fit the actual conditions and achieve the highest efficiency.