IDC’s IT in Government Conference 2012

IDC’s IT in Government Conference 2012
Start: May 31, 2012
Address: Bucharest, Romania
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Today’s Government want to:

  • Better justify, select, and implement technology to improve the effectiveness, efficiency and quality of government performance and service
  • Manage technology programs with increased confidence and success
  • Achieve value creation through the integration of technology as a strategic investment – not an expense

The IT in Government: Transformation Technologies conference is created with all this in mind. Our team of government analysts, top vendor partners and key government technology leaders will share the latest trends and technologies employed in government transformation, showcase the latest offerings and solutions in the market, as well as answer the Public Sector CIOs’ most pressing questions!

This conference will focus on helping Public Sector CIOs understand some of the common concerns faced by their peers in implementing e-Government initiatives, the evolving challenges, as well as the strategies they are employing to address these concerns.

Learn through case studies what leading e-Government proponents are doing and some of the pitfalls to avoid. Gain insights into the latest trends in IT governance, steps in creating value from e-Government investments and how to measure ROI (Return On Investment).

We aim to educate and inform a targeted audience on the following:

  • Aligning IT investments to government priorities
  • Using an integrated approach to manage data, people and processes
  • Utilising identity and access management technologies to support government missions
  • Streamlining government processes e.g. purchasing, cross-agency initiatives
  • Assessing challenges and opportunities for everyday management and delivery of services
  • Examining public administration best practice – successful deployment of technology, and effective management of people & processes to optimise public sector service delivery
  • Leading transformative change within government – the role of the CIO
  • Creating a framework for innovation through service-oriented architecture (SOA)
  • Anticipating the future architecture of government services
Source: IDC CEMA

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