Dubai hosts 17th GCC eGovernment, eServices forum
Conference will discuss strategies for development of eGovernment and eServices in region
Dubai is hosting the 17th GCC eGovernment and eServices Conference between the 21st and 25th of May at the Burj Al Arab hotel.
Conference attendees are set to discuss strategies for the development and transformation of eGovernment services that will bring the sector up to global industry standards.
The Conference agenda also aims to create a framework for developing eGovernment models and strategies that will improve efficiency, transparency and productivity.
The forum will be examining the GCC eGovernment 2011 readiness, GCC eService delivery standards, mGovernment, ePayments and eContent, and options and opportunities for eGovernment technological change in 2011 and beyond.
Key experts, government representatives and academics from various countries will participate in the event and share their expertise during discussions on the latest trends and issues in eGovernment and eServices.
The forum is one of the largest eGovernment conferences in the region and is organised by the eGovernment Institute.