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12 Workshops at the outset of e-Government Conference 2010

12 Workshops at the outset of e-Government Conference 2010
25 Sep
Riyadh, eMedia:
Today and tomorrow, 12 workshops are organized before the e-Government Conference 2010 begins its sessions on next Monday under auspices of King Abdullah Bin Abdulaziz at Four Seasons Hotel in Riyadh.
Organized by Ministry of Communications and Information Technology represented by Yesser Program and in partnership of both Ministry of Finance and Communications and Information Technology Commission, the Conference is organized in its second edition to be attended by more than 2500 officials.
Today, five workshops are organized including (the Guidelines for Policies of Information Security) presented by Eng. Fahd Bin Saleh Al-Aidy, (PKI) presented by Dr. Mohamed Al-Gamdy, Assistant Director General of National Centre for Digital Certification and Eng. Abdullah Al-Qahtani, Business development specialist, and Dr. Adel Al-Said, Manager of research and development  department.
The third workshop comes under the title (Role of Public Sector CIO in transforming Government) presented by Michale Locats, executive president of IT, California, USA. Afterward, Eng. Ali Bin Saleh Al-Soma, Director General of Yesser Program will illustrate Government Agencies expertise in being transferred into effective e-Government in addition to a presentation made by Mr. Martina about best practices in Government e-Transformation.
Presented by Eng. Suhail  Bin Mohamed Al-Almay, Manager of Strategic Planning at Yesser, the fourth workshop titled Public Private partnership presents successful examples of such partnership when executing e-Services and related projects.
The last and fifth workshop for today elaborates Enterprise Architecture to be presented by Eng. Hassan Horany, YCG’s Manager illustrating changes and basic factors to control developments in IT and Communications areas and how to be well comprehended supporting formulating a strategic plan for e-Transformation.
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