Smart Governments leading the World of Tomorrow
Digital technologies enable governments to better engage with citizens and Big Data can enable more responsive service design. From voting to waste collection to making tax payments, digital services are changing the ways in which we interact with governments. Government is playing catch up with the private sector and striking the balance between effective, efficient and the full range of services that citizens expect is difficult. In this session we consider the strategies and digital technologies that can enable governments to work Smarter, online.
Hassan Al Sayed, Assistant Undersecretary – Information Technology, MoTC Qatar
Mohammed Ali Al Qaed, Chief Executive, Information & E-Government Authority, Bahrain
Qusai Ibrahim Al-Shatti, Acting Director General and Deputy Director General, The Central Agency for Information Technology, Kuwait
Dr. Salim Bin Sultan Al-Ruzaiqi, CEO, Information Technical Authority, Oman
Abdulaziz Abdulrahman Al Shaibi, E-Government Program General Manager, KSA
Salem Al Hosani, Deputy Director General, Information and E-government Sector, UAE