Technology is rapidly changing the nature of competition and approach in many government organizations across GCC. Marked as the largest eGovernment conference in the region, the “18th GCC eGovernment and eServices Conference” aims to encourage innovation and elevate the standards of implementing a strong eGovernment framework in paving the way forward to global competitiveness.
Organized in cooperation with the eGovernment Institute, the conference aspires to leverage the diversity of global trends, challenges and opportunities for GCC eGovernment structure to complement various aspects of digital society. The conference will highlight eGovernment strategies on enhancing efficiency and effectiveness, improving access to information, transparency as well as achieving a greater level of citizen centricity. It will discuss issues on eGovernment platforms and benchmarks, interoperable frameworks, private-public eCollaboration including eDefense for security and protection.
The conference will serve as a platform for industry experts, key government representatives, and intellectuals from various countries to come together to effectively collaborate in the planning, delivery and evaluation of eGovernment implementation in the region.
Who will attend ?
The conference will be attended by eGovernment executives, decision-makers and key policy makers from regional and global government organizations including:
eGovernment and eService Leaders
CIOs, IT Managers, IT Directors and CTOs
Project Managers and Consultants
IT Security and Network Professionals
Hardware, Software and Network Engineers
System Integrator Professionals
ICT Solution Providers, Communications Engineer
Academia and Researchers
Telecom and Internet Service Providers
Technology Vendors and OEMs
C-level Executives, Directors and Department Heads
Information Technology Professionals and Experts
And many more…
Why should you attend?
The conference will feature experts and practitioners in the field of electronic government to present the latest offerings and advances in ICT infrastructure, government portals and techniques for online transactions. Global case studies will be presented on GCC eGovernment success and challenges and how to evercome these to attain the perfect state of eGovernance.
The event provides valuable insights into local and international eInitiatives that are enhancing and changing the way the government does business, communicating and participating with their agencies and their citizens. Delegates will have the chance to hear and discuss how eTechnology is engaging and empowering the citizens and forming its own eCommunity which has in turn become the major driver in formulating the ways that government and business deliver services to the public.