e-Government conference "Where we are, Where we are going", 14-15th November, 2013 Vilnius

Materials of hight level eGovernment conference, Vilnius

”Where we are, where we are going” (Nuorodos neveikia)

The First day (Vilnius, 2013-11-14)
7.30-9.00 Registration and Welcome coffee
9.00-10.30 Plenary session 1 (PL1): Welcome and Opening Ceremony
Introduction Speaker
  Moderator Saulius Jansonas
Welcome speech Algirdas Butkevičius
Welcome speech Dailis Alfonsas Barakauskas
Welcome speech Cecilia Sjoberg
Welcome speech Mechthild Rohen
Key Note Speakers
Effective ICT governance to deliver public value Barbara Ubaldi
Modernisation of public administrations: obstacles (and keys of success?) Margarida Abecasis
A Roadmap for 21st Century Innovation Julia Glidden
10.30-11.00 Coffee break
11.00-12.30 Plenary session 2 (PL2): Transforming Public Administration in Europe: Realities of implementation of E-Government Moderator Saulius Jansonas
2012 EU eGovernment Benchmarking revisited Lucilla SioliI
Towards Digital by Default: Taking advantage of an ICT mature nation Lars Frelle-Petersen
Administration and innovation: Lessons from American experience Sharon Dawes
ICT governance model Lauris Linabergs
Questions and Answers
12.30-13.45 Lunch break
13.45-15.00 Parallel session 1 (BO1): Development of political, organisational, semantic and  technological interoperability Moderator Rimantas Gatautis / Margarida Abecasis
13.45-15.00 PEPPOL: the eco system for e-Procurement in Europe – how open specifications, standards, innovative business models, digital services infrastructures and ready-to-use solutions provide cross-border interoperable e-Procurement across Europe Anders Kingstedt
Treading the Interoperability Path: The Portuguese Governance Experience Paulo Neves
From a technical interoperability to political context – EIF as a framework for the interoperability development at Finland Olli-Pekka Rissanen
eGovernment as orchestrated set of ICT services Ondrej Felix
Questions and Answers
13.45-15.00 Parallel session 2 (BO2): Trust and Cyber security Moderator Dr. Rytis Rainys (NRA)
13.45-15.00 Cyber… – new meaning of the old term – paralyzing or mobilizing for collective defense? Robert Kosla
Cyber-Attacks: a clear and present danger for Governments – How to strengthen your Cyber-Security Ilias Chantzos
Overcoming Technology and Organizational Challenges in SecuringE-Governments Yuval Altman
ENISA’s work in the area of secure eGov services Razvan Gavrila
Questions and Answers
15.00-15.30 Coffee break
13.45-15.00 Parallel session 3 (BO3): Open data Moderator  Sharon Dawes
13.45-15.00 “Aporta”, enabling the take-up of Reuse of Public Sector Information (PSI) Emilio Garcia
Opening up data on UK Government Performance Phil Buckley
First Steps on a Long Journey – Open Cultural Heritage Data in Sweden Johanna Berg
Semantic aspects of Open Data Ioannis Sagias
Questions and Answers
15.00-15.30 Coffee break
15.30-16.45 Parallel session 4 (BO4): Past successes-Future co-innovation (Baltic-Nordic eGov) Moderator Lars Albinsson
  Rapid Co-Creation and Do-Tanks: Citizens Talking Part in Speedy Service/app Lars Albinsson
  Supporting Nordic-Baltic regional collaboration Harald Botha

Citizens´ Services- Nordic/Baltic project cooperation

Presentations: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7

Madeleine Siosteen Thiel
  Questions and Answers
15.30-16.45 Parallel session 5 (BO5): Inclusive eGovernment Moderator Loreta Križinauskienė
15.30-16.45 Increasing eGovernment adoption: the role of eInclusion intermediaries across Europe Gianluca Misuraca
Telecentre-Europe: activating local partnerships with governments and IT industry for digital skills and jobs Gabriel Rissola
Latvian national partnership contributing to the development of ICT skills for Inclusive government  and economic growth Mara Jakobsone
Fit Ltd. (Fast Track to IT) - A national Irish  eInclusion  Intermediary that creates bridges between government & citizens through ICT training Manus Hanratty
Questions and Answers
15.30-16.45 Parallel session 6 (BO6): EGovernment measurement Moderator  Neven Vrcek
15.30-16.45 Public value analysis in e-government: conceptual foundations and practical application in open government initiatives Anthony Michael Cresswell
Measuring Service Performance of UK Government Transactions Phil Buckley
Assessing Maturity for e-Government Services

Egidijus Ostašius

Interoperability Maturity Model: a model for assessing interoperability readiness in European public services

Ioannis Sagias
Questions and Answers
16.50-18.10 Plenary session PL3: How to advance cross border services Moderator Wojciech Cellary
16.50-18.20 Multimedia Intermediares for Cros-Border eGovernment Services Wojciech Cellary
The Semantics of Cross-border Interoperability Jochen Hummel
The Community Trademark - Pioneer of True Cross-border Services Gudrun Magnusdottir
eSENS: paving the way to EU Digital Services Infrastructures Serge Novaretti
Identity Brokers as Key Enablers for the Future E-Society Reinhard Riedl
SE (MS view) Magnus Enzell
Open Peppol Anders Kingstedt
18.10 Day 1. Closing remarks Saulius Jansonas
19.00 Official Dinner for the Conference participants Belmontas
  Welcome speech Algimantas Juocevičius
eGovernment conference, Vilnius (second day), 2013 11 15)
8.00 Welcome coffee
9.00-10.30 Plenary session 4 PL4: How we imagine the eGovernment future Moderator and panellist Lars Albinsson
Through the eyes of client: what we can learn from technological startups in addressing needs of people? Edgaras Leichteris
Research contributions for future e-government and e-participation) Maria A. Wimmer
Rapid Co-Creation and Do-Tanks: Citizens Taking Part in Speedy Service/app Innovation Lars Albinsson
Reshaping e-Government Services Dejan Cvetkovic
Public Services of the Future – What is our vision? Paul Timmers
ATEA Arūnas Bartusevičius
10.30-11.00 Coffee break
11.00-11.35 Plenary session PL5: Policy and Plans in a view of the next financial period (2014-2020) Moderator Saulius Jansonas
11.00-11.35 Connecting Europe Facility, Horzion 2020 Mechthild Rohen
What does “the e” need? Riitta Mustonen
Questions and Answers
11.35-12.00 Plenary session PL6: Conclusions and closing Moderator Saulius Jansonas
11.35-12.00 Conclusions Daniel Forslund
  Closing words LT & Vinnova
12.00 Lunch
13.00-13.30 Transfer to the airport / to the hotels

Video summary of the eGovernment 2013 conference

Recorded sessions of the eGovernment 2013 conference

Paskutinė atnaujinimo data: 2015-07-23