C'est toujours séduisant de recevoir dans sa boîte aux lettre une invitation sur un séminaire qui semble hyper-intéressant : voilà je vous partager la com' de cette invitation...
eGovINTEROP'07 - 10-11 October 2007 - Paris
Organised by Business Flow Consulting and Conviction Agency
Premium partners: Microsoft, Axway
eGovernment Interoperability Campus 2007 à Paris.
With the support of: European Commission, IDABC, Terregov, ERISA (The European Regional Information Society Association), e-Forum, R4eGov, French Ministry for the Budget (DGME)
Since the late 90’s, the European Union and its Member States pursue the strategic objective of transforming their Public Administrations to become more efficient and centered on the delivery of ICT-enabled services to citizens and businesses. The cornerstone of this strategy is to help developing the framework, tools and environment for interoperability between existing systems and applications, in order to foster the development of public services that would be cross-organisational, cross-level, cross-border, transparent, integrated, secure, decentralised and available anywhere at anytime.
The main aim of this third eGovINTEROP conference is to create a forum for discussion between the research community, technology players and public institutions. The conference will focus on all aspects of interoperability in eGovernement, both from technical as well as from semantic, organisational and socio-economic perspectives, and will discuss the progress of the various European initiatives in the field. The focus will be on both applied work and theoretical advances.
FACTS & FIGURES:
350 visitors (est.), 150 decision makers, 40 interoperable eGov applications (call for papers), 22 countries
SAVE THE DATE AND ATTEND 4 STRATEGIC ROUND TABLES AND 16 WORKSHOPS ABOUT:
- eGov interoperability: regions, states, UE
- eGov interoperability: a market for product or services?
- status of eGov interoperability in Europe
- EU funding opportunities for eGov interoperability
WHO SHOULD ATTEND AND WHY?
Academics, researchers, central-government, local authorities, territorial organisations, NGOs, etc.:
Information-system managers, ICT project managers, Agency directors, Public officials, etc.
> Tap into others' experiences, avert failure and share success
> Be efficient on the delivery of ICT-enabled services to citizens and businesses
> Elaborate your operational road map
Developers, Consulting agencies, Experts, Service providers, etc.
> Talk to academics, researchers, visionaries from 22 countries serving in the local, territorial or central area
> Meet the people who are looking for interoperable e-Gov applications
> Be amongst the interoperable e-Gov solutions leaders
- 4 plenary sessions including 1 european session
- 16 workshops including 3 special sessions: ePractice.eu workshop on interoperability, workshop eGovernment Agencies, design issues
- And time for networking!
For 2 days, presentations will focus on all aspects of interoperability in e-Government, both from technical as well as from semantic, organisational and socio-economic perspectives, and will discuss the progress of the various European initiatives in the field.
Issues and fundamental questions:
- Platforms for e-Government interoperability
- Interoperability frameworks
- Standardisation initiatives in e-Government
- Security of open e-Government services
- Transport middleware for government applications
- Government semantics
- Managing governmental business processes
- Modelling G2G and G2B business processes
- Pan-European Government services
- Local and regional e-Government services
- Change management in networked governments
Pour l'instant je n'ai pas pris de décision : j'y vais, j'y vais pas, ça vaut le coup d'y aller alors que j'ai tant de chose à faire... pas facile de faire mon choix !?
De toute façon faire avancer la réunif normande ne va pas se faire au niveau européen !
Sinon par ceux intéresser par l'alliance pour le développement des transactions électroniques dans les collectivités territoriales, y'a ADCET
Yuca de Taillefer.