I am speaking, chairing the opening session of the 2014 Global e-Government Forum International Scientific Practical Conference next week involving 60 countries and in collaboration with the United Nations. I am sharing here since the topic areas should be on your agenda and this provides a quick check list. I will write articles about my lessons learned post-conference. There is more below.
The third Global e-Government Forum (GeGF), a joint event of the United Nations and host country will be held in Astana October 7-8, 2014. The first two forums were held in South Korea. Delegates from over 60 countries will be participating. The UN Deputy Secretary General, ITU Deputy Secretary General, Prime Minister, Ministers will be providing their deep insights.
The Ministry of Investment and Development in close collaboration with the United Nations Department of Economics and Social Affairs will host the 3rd Global e-Government Forum in Astana, where high-level representatives from governments, international organizations, academia and business in 60 nations will gather to discuss the e-Government role and trends in the new era under the theme of ‘Smart Governance in Sustainable Development: New Possibilities of Partnership in Networked Society’.
The ultimate goal of this Forum is to enhance government capacity through presentations, discussions, and peer-to-peer learning. There are four objectives towards this goal:
· to increase knowledge of e-Government policies, trends, solutions and best practices of countries;
· to enhance global network to exchange ideas and cooperate for e-Government development;
· to make recommendations and suggestions to provide guidance for governments so they could adopt them for realizing Smart Government and Smart Society; and
· to renew the commitment of policy makers to utilize their acquired knowledge and expertise for elaborating innovative e-Government development strategies fit for their countries.
As a part of the Forum, the International Scientific Practical Conference will bring together global scientific experts in ICT. The main aim of the Conference is to determine the significance and role of new ICT trends and their adoption in public sector for effective governance.
The conference will consist of three sessions:
1. Data science for Smart Government;
2. Smart convergent technologies;
3. Use of architectural approach in the public sector.
Topics are interest include:
Data Science for Smart Government:
- Open Data;
- Open Government Data;
- Big Data Science and Foundation;
- Big Data Analytics;
- Big Data in e-government;
- Big Data in Smart city;
- Big Data in industry;
- Big data in Healthcare;
- Sensor Data, Streaming Data;
- Metadata and public information;
- Business Intelligence;
- Information retrieval;
- Data Privacy and Security;
- Acquisition, Modeling and Processing of Data;
- Data Structures and Algorithms;
- Data mining and data warehousing etc.
Smart convergent technologies:
- Grid and Cloud Computing;
- Hybrid information technology;
- Mobile computing;
- Digital convergence;
- Convergent technologies for smart government;
- Intelligent communications and network;
- Multimedia convergence;
- Internet of Things;
- Digital citizen cards;
- Smart Card and RFID Technologies;
- Electronic signature;
- Geographical information systems (GIS);
- Cross Domain Interoperability;
- Interactive decision making;
- Knowledge management, intelligent systems;
- Open source solutions for e-government;
- Ubiquitous Computing and Embedded Systems etc.
Use of architectural approach in the public sector:
- E-government enterprise architectures;
- Information systems architecture;
- Service-oriented architectures, web services;
- E-gov framework;
- Government collaboration patterns;
- Business Process Management in E-government etc.