21st Century Government Summit and Symposium - Caribbean Telecommunications Union
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The Government of Antigua and Barbuda and the Caribbean Telecommunications Union (CTU), in collaboration with the Caribbean Centre for Development Administration (CARICAD), is hosting the a Summit and Symposium, the first activities of a programme  to establish Caribbean 21st Governments.  A 21st Century Government is one that makes effective use of ICT to deliver services to its citizens, and its internal and external clients. It is characterised by citizen-centric, seamless, open, interactive, efficient and transparent processes. The establishment of 21st Century Government seeks to transform the public service, strengthen economic competitiveness and promote sustainable development. Many countries have been introducing electronic government services but the process has been very slow. The 21st Century Government programme therefore seeks to accelerate government transformation.

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Symposium Day 1
Presenter / Title
Organisation
Presentation
Mr. Devon Rowe, Executive Director CARICAD CARICAD E Government Model
Mr. Hannes Astok, Deputy-Director E-Governance Academy (eGA), Estonia E-government ecosystem: analogue and digital elements
Hon. Melford Nicholas Minister of Information, Broadcasting, Telecomms. &  IT, Antigua and Barbuda Antigua and Barbuda’s Journey
Mr. Embert Charles, ICT Regulatory Consultant Citizen-Centric e-Government
Mr. Luis Pontes, Government & Public Sector – Americas Emerging Markets Leader E & Y Services Ltd., Brazil Bridging the Gap: Governance Issues
Symposium Day 2
Ms. Rhea Yaw Ching,Executive Director Covela Foundation Skills for 21st Century Government
Mr. Trevor Forrest, Senior Advisor Ministry of Science Technology & Mining, Jamaica Implementing Portal Environment for Service Oriented Government
Mr. Hannes Astok, Deputy-Director E-Governance Academy (eGA) Estonia 3rd Strategic Working Session – Bridging the Gap: Service Oriented Government
Mr. Eamonn Sheehy Cloud Carib Increasing access to regional broadband networks & advancing ICT-enabled services in the Caribbean
Mr. Garfield Gordon, Senior Systems Engineer Cisco Digital Evolution-Country Digitisation & e Government Architecture
Mr. Darin Silvera, CIO Axso Global Inc. Public Key Infrastructure (PKI) for 21st Century Government
Symposium Day 3
Ms. Bernadette Lewis, Secretary General CTU Moving Towards 21st Century Caribbean Governments
Mr. Anil Persad, Executive Director Cyber Security EY Cybersecurity Trends & Challenges
Ms. Shannon Curran, Regional Major Accounts Director, Caribbean & Central America Fortinet Security for the New World
Mr. Leslie Lee Fook, Director INCUS Services Ltd. What 21st Century Government Can do

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  • 18 Jan 18 - 19 Jan 18