Dubai – Dubai city, the United Arab Emirates, will host the 15th GCC e-government and eServices Forum which will be held on May 23-27 2009.
The Forum, as the Saudi Press Agency reported, will deals with issues related to e-government, and the most important achievements and failures in e-government, successful regional and global field studies for e-government projects, and integration of projects in e-government services, the role of information technology and communications, mobile e-government systems, information security, and electronic security.
The Forum will also discuss the most important challenges facing IT managers in the implementation of government projects and e-services, and the future of e-Services, e-government 2015, and electronic payment and the role of e-banks in succeeding the government projects and e-trade in the region.
The forum will highlight the present and future of e-government, innovation, transformation strategy, emerging technology and many more intriguing topics.
This forum will also serve as a unique platform for both regional and international government and private sector organizations to share best practices and experiences, build business relationships, and further boost collaboration between cities and nations.
The forum will witness participation from private and government corporations in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain and Qatar as well as from other Arabic, European and Asian countries.