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e-Gov policies practice and innovations: The Road Ahead For Africa

Date: 25 – 27 March 2013
Location: Munyonyo, Uganda
Venue: speke resort and conference center

Entering its 7th year, e-Gov Africa is a series of events created by the CTO to assist African stakeholders in identifying ways to improve efficiency, effectiveness and transparency of governance through e-enabling. The Forum is acknowledged by all parties, including NEPAD and ITU, as the foremost platform in Sub-Saharan Africa for sharing knowledge and best practices.

The 7th Annual e-Gov Africa 2013 Forum will be held from 25th to 27th March 2013 at the Speke Resort & Conference Centre, Uganda.

Key topics:

  • Governing E-Governance: Structuring and Funding E-Government Programmes.
  • E-Governance at Work: Theory vs. Appropriate Practice
  • Enabling Technologies and Underpinning Infrastructure
  • Designing a citizen-centric e-gov portal: Balancing the needs of centralisation and de-centralisation
  • Online and mobile financial transactions: Developing a secure regime for digital signatures

The last day of the event will hone in on the application of ICTs for resolving the crisis of food security, particularly in the backdrop of famine in the Horn of Africa.

Source: http://www.cto.int/events/upcoming-events/e-government-africa/


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