Hong Kong’s Government Chief Information Officer Jeremy Godfrey is delivering the keynote presentation at this year’s Government Information Forum in Hong Kong.
Jeremy Godfrey, Government Chief Information Officer, Office of the GCIO, Hong Kong, will deliver the opening address at the FutureGov-organised event to be held on 19-20th August at the Grand Hyatt Hong Kong.
“Government Information Forum Hong Kong is a great opportunity for me to meet other government information officers from around the region. We have a lot of similar issues to discuss and stories to share,” said Godfrey. “It is also a chance for us to showcase some of the good e-government work we’ve been doing in Hong Kong, and to talk to vendors about how they can help take our services to the next level.”
In an interview with FutureGov Managing Editor James Smith last year, Godfrey spoke of the need for government to be more willing to embrace new technology, to cautiously embrace Web 2.0, and to closer engage the private sector to glean global expertise.
“I am delighted to have Jeremy join us to share his perspective on some of the key information issues facing government today,” says James Smith, Managing Editor of FutureGov magazine. “I have found Jeremy to be an extremely experienced IT practitioner with a wealth of personal experience, and at OGCIO he leads one of Asia’s genuine centres of excellence for public sector IT adoption. It will be great having him join us.”
Hong Kong’s government IT supremo joins a speaker line-up that includes:
… to name a few.
Government Information Forum is the most senior level government IT event in the calendar in North Asia, and the longest-running government technology event series in Asia.
Government Information Forum is FutureGov magazine’s sixth regional government information event that serves to inform and inspire Asia’s leading policy makers on how to better manage the public sector information supply chain.
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