7th Annual e-Gov Africa Forum
||Mar 25, 2013
||Mar 27, 2013
||Speke Resort & Conference Centre, Munyono, Uganda
Three Key Conferences in Africa by the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation: Digital Switchover, e-Governance and Cybersecurity.
The Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation is holding three conferences in Africa in early 2013 that will examine key issues impacting on ICT propagation that aims to inform stakeholders, build their capacity and facilitate multi-stakeholder partnerships.
Following on from the previous six events of this series, the 7th e-Gov Africa Forum will inform high level decision makers on adopting ICTs in governance and democracy with a view to improving transparency in governance and achieving development goals.
Held in the luxurious Speke Resort & Conference Centre, situated on the shores of Lake Victoria, which was the location for the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting 2007, this event will be packed with knowledge sharing sessions together with an industry showcase.
Key topics to be discussed will include:
For more information about the events mentioned above, please contact:
- Governing e-Governance: Structuring and Funding e-Government Programmes.
- e-Governance at Work: Theory vs. Appropriate Practice
- Enabling Technologies and Underpinning Infrastructure
- Designing a citizen-centric e-gov portal: Balancing the needs of centralisation and de-centralisation
- Online and mobile financial transactions: Developing a secure regime for digital signatures
- Please Click here to Register
+44 208 600 3805
About Commonwealth Telecommunication Organisation
With a history dating back to 1901, the Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation is the oldest and largest Commonwealth organisation in the field of Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs), and uses its experience and expertise to support members in using ICTs to deliver effective development interventions that emancipate, enrich, equalise and empower all peoples within the Commonwealth and beyond.
For more information about the CTO, please visit www.cto.int
||Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation