European eGovernment Measurements Conference â€“
eGovMoNet Final Conference
08-09 April 2010 in Brussels
The European eGovernment Measurements Conference is the final event in a series of workshops conducted by the EU-funded thematic network eGovMoNet (eGovernment Monitor Network). Over two years experts across Europe have reviewed and streamlined national and regional eGovernment measurement frameworks addressing user satisfaction and impact. Today eGovMoNet has 43 project partners and over 290 ePractice community members from all over Europe, including practitioners from SMEs, NGOs, universities, and government.
The eGovMoNet Final Conference will take place in the premises of the Committee of the Regions in Brussels from 08 â€“ 09 April 2010.
The event will showcase the network results, including
- an overview of eGovernment user satisfaction measurements,
- examples of impact measurements,
- a session on: Innovative eGovernment and measurement approaches,
- a panel on: eGovernment measurements on national and regional level,
- a session on: Levels of eGovernment measurement (regional, national, European, and beyond),
- discussions about recommendations from the network for good practices in eGovernment measurements and methodology design.
Confirmed speakers include Jeremy Millard (DTI, Denmark), David Osimo (Tech4i2, Belgium), Peter RÃ¶thig (WiBe-Team PR, Germany), Barbara LÃ¶rincz (Capgemini, Belgium), Christophe Strobbe (KU Leuven, Belgium), and Eric Vellemann (The Bartimeus Accessibility Foundation, The Netherlands).