Transformation – Efficiency – Innovation
FutureGov Forum Hong Kong has been enabling public sector transformation since 2009 – bringing together change leaders from government, education, healthcare and the private sector for focused conversations on the future of citizen service delivery. Featuring three separate tracks on Transformation, Efficiency, and Innovation, with workshops on Mobile Government Apps Development, and Location-Based Services, FutureGov Forum Hong Kong is where Hong Kong’s civil servants will find answers to key questions, such as:
- How will Open Data requirements, and increased citizen participation, affect agencies’ handling of data?
- How can social media and mobile applications increase transparency and citizen engagement?
- How can GIS improve citizen services and streamline your business processes?
- Can ‘Smart Phones’ be made ‘Safe Phones’?
- Software, Infrastructure, Platform: which cloud service is right for your agency?
In 2011 more than 100 senior public administrators and industry experts attended FutureGov Forum Hong Kong. Make sure you book your place now to be at the heart of the big conversations about the future of government in 2012.
FutureGov Forum Hong Kong features three separate streams focusing on the biggest challenges facing government:
- TRANSFORMATION – Creating modern, high performing and sustainable public services.
- EFFICIENCY – Identifying and implementing new approaches to service delivery by rethinking the nature of government structures.
- INNOVATION – Developing creative ways to deliver improved, faster, measurable, cheaper and more accurate services.
QUICK KEY FACTS
- For 60% HK civil servants main advantages of shared platform are agility and scalability
- Migration and management are the biggest issues in adopting cloud computing
- Biggest ICT challenge in 2012 is consolidation and optimisation
- Current cloud strategy for most departments: On premise datacenter
WHO WILL ATTEND
Researched and designed for Commissioners, Directors, Heads and Chief Systems Managers from the following departments
- Business Process Management
- CI T Resource Management Department
- Computing and Information Systems
- Corporate Planning and Development
- Data Services
- Enterprise IT
- Group Purchasing Office
- Information Technology & Infrastructure
- IT Applications
- IT Operations & Knowledge Management
- IT Projects
- Research and Technology Division
- Technical Services
- Chief Executive’s Office
- Hong Kong Police Force
- Hospital Authority
- Immigration Department
- Inland Revenue Department
- Education Bureau
- Hong Kong Monetary Authority
- Securities and Futures Commission
- Efficiency Unit
- Transport Department
- and many more…
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