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The Greek Interoperability centre at the 3rd Annual Kingdom eGovernment Summit

gic  10/22/2012

The 3rd Annual Kingdom e-Government Summit was held in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, on 25-26 September 2012. The Summit aimed to build awareness and accelerate the integration of e-Government in the day-to-day activities of the public sector and the services it offers to businesses and citizens. Leading solution providers had the opportunity to meet up to 150 influential Government officials representing a variety of key Saudi Arabian governmental bodies, giving experts the chance to discuss business solutions and upcoming ICT projects in Saudi Arabia and the GCC Region.

Among the invited experts / speakers, Assist. Prof. Yannis Charalabidis gave a speech targeted on Open Data and Collaborative Governance, briefly presenting some "lessons from the field" and some insights on the ENGAGE Open Data e-Infrastructure project. He also had to moderate a session on e-Government Interoperability, stating progress in European Union: European Interoperability Framework, National Interoperability Frameworks, SEMIC.EU, the CIP Flagships (STORK, PEPPOL, SPOCS), W3C and IEEE working groups on interoperability in public administration formed a good part of the agenda.

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