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European eGovernment Awards 2009 Information Day

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Submitted by: Elina Jokisalo (EUN)
Location: Belgium
Date: 21 April 2009

Description

THE WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS ARE AVAILABLE (see agenda)

The European Commission invites you to participate in the 4th European eGovernment Awards 2009 Information Day on 21 April in Brussels (BE).

The information day offers a unique opportunity to learn more about this year’s awards, the submission and selection process, and the European Ministerial eGovernment Conference to be held on 19 and 20 November in Malmö (SE). At the information day, all those interested in submitting a case for the European eGovernment Awards 2009 will be able to ask questions and will have the chance to meet members of the European eGovernment Awards Consortium and European Commission representatives.

Since 2003, the prestigious European eGovernment Awards have been awarded for outstanding practices in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) use in European public sector organisations.

The solutions presented and experiences shared through previous editions of the European eGovernment Awards have inspired many others and contributed to the implementation of European eGovernment strategies and action plans. The European eGovernment Awards are organised every two years. They play a major role in the European Commission’s good practice exchange initiative in the field of eGovernment and:

  • Are an integral part of the European Ministerial eGovernment Conferences.
  • Coincide with regular policy reviews undertaken at high-level EU eGovernment conferences.
  • Support the implementation of European eGovernment policy and action plans within the wider framework of information society policies and strategies (i2010) and the overall objectives of the Lisbon agenda to promote growth and jobs in the European Union.

For further information about the European eGovernment Awards, please visit: www.epractice.eu/awards

THE REGISTRATION IS CLOSED

Agenda

14:00 Registration & coffee
14:30 Welcome & introduction - Juan González, European Commission
14:35 The 5th EU eGovernment Ministerial Conference in Malmö, Sweden (19-20 November 2009) - Anne Troye, Deputy Head of Unit, ICT for Governance and Public Services, DG INFSO, European Commission
14:45 European eGovernment Awards 2009 - Christine Leitner, Head of Center for European Public Administration (CEPA), Danube University Krems (AT), Head of Awards Consortium
15:15 How to submit an application through the ePractice portal - Antoni Riu, P.A.U. Education.
15:30 Questions & answers
16:00

End of the meeting

How to get there

Address:

European Commission
DG Information Society and Media - BU25
Avenue de Beaulieu 25 - room S1
Brussels

Speakers
Speakers
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    Juan Gonzalez

    European Commission
    EU Institutions
    Member since: 28 Jan 2008
  • anne troye's picture

    Anne Troye Walker

    European Commission
    Belgium
    Member since: 3 Apr 2009
  • Christine Leítner's picture

    Christine Leitner

    Danube University Krems, Center for European Public Administration (CEPA)
    Austria
    Member since: 16 Apr 2007
  • ariu's picture

    Antoni Riu

    PAU EDUCATION
    Spain
    Member since: 3 Oct 2006
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