May 25 - Day 1
- Emerald Room
Fair Expectations: What can and can't be expected of IT?E106+E107
16:15 - 17:45 hrs.
The possibilities of IT in this fast changing world are tremendous. Citizens and businesses are affected by these possibilities day by day, in doing business and in private. And they demand also new ways of service delivery by government agencies. The tension between personal service and standardized procedures are affecting governments in their hearts. But what are the real expectations citizens and businesses have? What are the real promises of IT? In this session we will shed light on the real expectations of citizens and IT and promising ways governmental agencies can deal with that.
Mrs. drs. Ank Bijleveld-Schouten
State Secretary Ministry of Interior and Kingdom Relations, The Netherlands
On 22 February 2007 Ms Bijleveld-Schouten was appointed State Secretary for the Interior and Kingdom Relations in the fourth Balkenende government.More about this speaker
Re-inventing government: what IT offers and what it does not
Mr. Ben Page
Chief Executive Ipsos-MORI
Ben Page is Chief Executive of Ipsos MORI and sits on the Global Ipsos Management Council. He joined MORI in 1987 after graduating from Oxford University in 1986, and was one of the leaders of its first management buyout in 2000.More about this speaker
What IT can and cannot do!
Mr. Andy Mulholland
Global Chief Technology Officer Capgemini
Andy Mulholland joined Capgemini in 1996, bringing with him thirteen years of experience from previous senior IT roles across in all major industry sectors.More about this speaker
The agenda of the EU eGovernment policy
Mrs. Mechthild Rohen
Head of Unit ICT for Government and Public Services Directorate General for the Information Society and Media, European Commission
Mechthild Rohen is Head of Unit for ICT for Government and Public Services in the Directorate General for the Information Society and Media in the European Commission.More about this speaker