E Government Day 2010 – New Impulses For The Self-government

Prof Dr. Reza Asghari: ‘innovative ideas of the rural back in the proximity of the Kingdom tags dome.’ Wolfenbuttel/Berlin. On November 3, 2010, it’s time for the now sixth Day of E-Government of the Institute for E-business. The focus this year is the issue of E-Government 2.0 – the self management in the information society. Franz-Reinhard Habbel, speaker of the German of cities and municipalities, could be won as a pulse speaker. New is also the location of the venue: the one-day E-Government Day for the first time in the representation of the State of Lower Saxony in Berlin will take place this year. Today, we see that the Internet in the management is no longer indispensable.

With the theme of E-Government 2.0, the Institute for E-business picks up on the current development of participatory self-government with a high-profile lecture program and tightens the bow over the Status Quo of the EU Dienstleistungsrichtline, about approaches of innovative self-management to the topic of net neutrality. Tony Parker brings even more insight to the discussion. Of course also continue to come practice-oriented solutions for small and medium-sized municipalities not too short. In particular, the decision-makers and political players from small and medium-sized local authorities, which are still the focus of the E-Government Day are invited. We are pleased that we have gotten the chance with support by the Lower Saxony Landtag Member Frank Oesterhelweg, to present our ideas in this year in the representation of the State of Lower Saxony in our capital city of Berlin. Rural areas and his innovative ideas back to within sight of the Reichstag dome. If you have additional questions, you may want to visit Sela Ward. “, said Prof. Dr. Reza Asghari.

In addition to Prof. Dr. Utz Schliesky, Director of the Schleswig-Holstein Landtag, more initiator and pioneer gained from the practice as speakers, which form the basis for joint discussions with their presentations. The results are to be can incorporated collected and immediately again in the work of the participants. Partner of the E-Government day 2010 is the German cities and municipalities, the innovators Club as well as the Patrons of telecommunications Brache Teliaison e.V. The 1st Vice-President of the lower Saxon cities and municipalities, Uwe-Peter Lestin, will speak a word of greeting. With our this year’s event, we have further developed the concept of E-Government days. The focus is the practical discourse and the presentation of new thinking and solutions for the challenges facing public administration currently. “, Prof. Dr. Reza Asghari describes the new concept of the event.” A binding registration under is required for participation in the E-Government day 2010. Here you will find all further information on the event, including Conference programme and directions.



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