E-Government Summit 2010 - Hong Kong acts as a platform for the innovators from both the government and the private sectors highlighting technology and ideas that can be applied to the Government's great challenges. You will have chances to rethink how the government departments perform their missions and serve our citizens. Social media, cloud computing, web, and mobile technologies - all contemporary capabilities that government departments are beginning to harness for better results at lower cost.
With fresh voices, cutting edge demos and presentations as well as thought-provoking conversations, this year's Summit will give you inspiring notions in technology thinking and capabilities to our Government on 8th Oct (Friday) at the Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers. Not only does it explore the implications of the latest technology for policy, but it also looks at the design of the government programs and the implementation of government technology strategy. You will learn from leading government technology implementers from the U.S., U.K, and the World Bank as well as policymakers about their successes, the obstacles they face, and their future plans. Most importantly, you will learn how the latest technology transforms to however you want it to be in order to do your job and achieve your mission.
Themed Options and Opportunities - Technological Change 2010 and Beyond, summit this year will highlight:
- Asia/Pacific Government 2011 Top 10 Predictions
- Driving Change Through Innovative Leadership
- Opening up Government - What happens when Government becomes more transparent? Case Study from Greater London Authority
- Agile Government - Does That Work? Case Study from Government of the District of Columbia
- Policies for Transformation - Smarter, Faster, Better eGovernment
- Cloud Computing as Enabler of Government Transformation: The World Bank's Study
- Storing Sensitive Data Meaningfully and Securely
- How To Create Dynamic Teams To Drive E-Success Through Changing Times
- How To Deliver Complex Projects With A Whole Of Government Approach: Lessons Learnt And Moving Forward
- Implement Best Practice E-Services by Collaborating with other E-Service Executives
- and more!