Event Date/Time: Nov 02, 2008 End Date/Time: Nov 05, 2008
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Uniting Global E-Government Best Practice and Experiences to Further Government Excellence in the Middle East, Northern Africa and Western Asia

-government has become an integral opportunity for the public sector to connect with citizens and businesses 24 hours a day as well as generate necessary revenue to fund future projects. In the federal and local governments' ongoing push to improve government excellence and to be more transparent, accessible, and responsive to citizens’ and businesses' needs, expanding and advancing e-government is essential.

In accordance with the UN and endorsed by Dubai E-Government and the Institute for E-Government of Germany, IQPC is able to bring GOVTech EMEA, a global benchmarking forum with leading e-governments, regional knowledge exchange, and shared learning, to Dubai November 2-5 2008.

Take advantage of this unique opportunity to work with 22 gurus from around the world and to benchmark best-practice models and projects. New initiatives require a tremendous amount of funding and can be twice as costly especially if they are unsuccessful. Obtain insights from your peers around the world on both successes and setbacks.


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International And Regional Best Practice From 22 Key Speakers Including: Jim Purves Head of Product Strategy, E-Delivery Team, Department of Work and Pensions UK CABINET OFFICE UNITED KINGDOM Chris Haynes Director of E-Delivery Team, Department of Work and Pensions UK CABINET OFFICE UNITED KINGDOM Syedain Abbasi Director DIT MINISTRY OF COMMUNICATION AND IT INDIA Abdulillah Dewachi Regional Advisor On Information Communication Technology UNITED NATIONS-ESCWA Dr. Yousif Al Bastaki ICT Technical Committee Member E-GOVERNMENT KINGDOM OF BAHRAIN, BAHRAIN Flemming Faber Head of IT Security Divisionk NATIONAL IT AND TELECOM AGENCY, DENMARK Dr. Jonathan Gray Senior Researcher NATIONAL ICT AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA