1 KINGDOM e-government SUMMIT 10 th - 11 th May 2015 Riyadh, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia kingdomegovsummit.com 6 TH ANNUAL KINGDOM E-GOVERNMENT SUMMIT - FINAL AGENDA - DAY 1 08:00 08:50 Day One Registration and Welcome Refreshment (10 th May 2015, Sunday) 08:50 08:55 Recitation of Holy Quran and Welcome Address by naseba 08:55 09:05 Welcome Remark by the Chairperson Dr. Haidar Fraihat Director, Technology for Development Division United Nations ESCWA 09:05 09:25 VIP Opening Speech His Excellency Eng. Ali bin Saleh Al Soma Advisor to the Minister and Director General, The Saudi e-government Program (Yesser) Ministry of Communications and Information Technology 09:25 09:45 VIP Keynote Address Pioneering the Smart Government Transition The Case of Dubai Smart Government Citizens, businesses and even governments desire enhanced services and improved collaboration. High level strategic planning coupled with adoption of smart technologies is playing a prominent role in the way one connects with the governments, and will soon give raise to the emergence of a smarter public sector. This keynote address will highlight the Dubai Smart Government s achievements in enabling various government agencies to transform into the smart model, as well as for automating their internal operations to be linked to the central systems that run all the basic operations of the Government of Dubai. His Excellency Ahmad bin Humaidan Director General, Dubai Smart Government Deputy Director General, Dubai Ruler s Court 09:45 10:45 GCC VIP Panel Discussion Smart Governance, Government and Nation Transition GCC countries have consistently outperformed several countries in the e-government domain during the past 3-5 years. From e-government to m-government to now Smart- Government, the region is focusing on as many possible methods to transform the way services are delivered to citizens, businesses, governments and all other stakeholders of their country and the region.
2 This panel discussion will highlight how governments and government leaders tasked with transforming and integrating governments, cities, and countries are planning, developing and monitoring projects and performance. This discussion entails: Executive leadership and innovating thinking High level strategic planning and whole-of-government implementation Integration of service capabilities and seamless information exchange Driving productivity and citizen engagement (e-participation) KPIs, competitiveness criteria and measurement framework Ensuring stability and security of government systems and information Speakers: His Excellency Ahmad bin Humaidan Director General, Dubai Smart Government Deputy Director General, Dubai Ruler s Court Eng. Qusai Ibrahim Al Shatti Deputy Director General Central Agency for Information Technology, Kuwait Nezar Maroof Omar Director of Strategy Management and IT Process Reengineering egovernment Authority (ega), Kingdom of Bahrain Eng. Hadi Al-Maashi Senior Advisor, The Saudi e-government Program (Yesser) Ministry of Communications and Information Technology Dr. Ahmed Shabana Chief Executive, Smarter Cities IBM Saudi Arabia 10:45 12:15 Dhuhr Prayer, One-to-One Business Meetings and Networking Coffee Break 12:15 13:15 Technology Briefing and e-government Showcase Innovating and Achieving Excellence in Smart, Mobile and e-government Domains Led by an industry expert, each presentation will be focused on a specific technology, technique or roadmap. Delegates will witness key challenges and practical solutions to embrace e-government through effective planning and application of innovative tools, techniques and solutions. Brief 1 (15 minutes): The Holy Makkah Smart City and e-government Action Plan Dr. Ibrahim Abdullah Vice Mayor for Information Technology Holy Makkah Municipality
3 Brief 2 (15 minutes): Automated Citizen Services - Engaging Constituents like Never Before Anwer Kotob Manager, Industry Value Engineering, Public Services, MENA SAP Brief 3 (15 minutes): Innovation in Managing Government Content Amer Zein El Abdin Senior VP of Business Development Ever Team KSA Brief 4 (15 minutes): Government Cyber Security Asim Azmi Regional Sales Manager, Gulf - Kaspersky Fraud Prevention Kaspersky Lab Middle East 13:15 14:00 Interactive Panel Discussion Smart Government Cloud Computing and Shared Services Governments are facing significant challenges such as: reduced funding, doing more with less, the duplication of IT operations within a myriad of agencies, and a lack of integration between key legacy applications and newer web-based systems. Hence, cloud computing and shared services as a comprehensive service delivery model has grown enormously and become an attractive alternative. This panel discussion will address the key elements, share relationship between cloud and shared computing, discuss the risks and clarify challenges thus enabling governments to make appropriate decisions. Viewpoints of discussion include: Effective strategy, architecture and infrastructure for smart government Cloud computing and shared services capabilities Integrating capabilities across multiple service options SaaS, IaaS, PaaS Process management, data storage and governance Cloud security, risk management and disaster recovery Towards a national strategy or common framework Speakers: Eng. Osama Aabed AlRayyes GM, Strategy and Governance Ministry of Civil Services Dr. Abdullah Al-Wehaibi Advisor to the Minister and CIO Ministry of Health
4 Eng. Mohammed Suhebani Chief Technology Officer Ministry of Finance Dr. Mansour A. Aldajani Governor s Advisor and Chief Information Officer Electricity and Co-generation Regulation Authority (ECRA) Khaled Abdelaal Country Manager Ultimus ME 14:00 15:00 Networking Lunch Break 15:00 16:00 Workshop Simulation for Effective ITSM and Real Time Decision Making Simulation has become an essential tool for the study and analysis of IT Service Management (ITSM). It brings to life the service management and process issues faced by governments and encourages strategic partnership between IT and the business. Through realistic, exhilarating scenario, this session lets participants to directly relate to and have actual experience on ITSM. Up-to 14 attendees will participation while the rest will be witness to an effective, fun and an original way of simulating reality to: Get a real time understanding of which processes are running in parallel and identify which are important or mission critical Become aware of the interdependencies of processes Face time-sensitive decisions and choices that need to be made promptly Help understand how priorities change over time See the cost of error and wrong decisions Workshop presenter: Feras Abou Shackra Founder & Chairman IT Service Management Forum (itsmf Gulf) Executive Partner Service Management Centre of Excellence (SMCE) 16:00 16:30 Asr Prayer and Open Business Meetings 16:30 End of Day One
5 6 TH ANNUAL KINGDOM E-GOVERNMENT SUMMIT - FINAL AGENDA - DAY 2 08:00 09:00 Day Two Registration (11 th May 2015, Monday) 09:00 09:50 Welcome Refreshment and One-to-One Business Meetings 09:50 10:00 Welcome Remark by the Chairperson Dr. Haidar Fraihat Director, Technology for Development Division United Nations ESCWA 10:00 10:20 VIP Keynote Address e-government Automation, Innovative Workflow Management and Performance Measurement The Saudi Arabian Ministry of Hajj is widely accredited as the first entity in the Kingdom to embrace e-government. Under the visionary leadership and leveraging the power of ICT, the Ministry is continuously taking several positive strides in the e-government and Smart- Government domains. This presentation will highlight two key projects/aspects of the Ministry of Hajj: 1. Automation of services to issue e-pass for Hajj pilgrims 2. Integrated systems and innovative workflow for resource management and performance measurement His Excellency Dr. Eissa Rawas Deputy Minister of Umrah Affairs Ministry of Hajj 10:00 11:00 Interactive Panel Discussion The Big Deal: Big Data, Analytics and Other Disruptive Technologies for e-government Decision Making Governments produce and require massive amounts of data, often unstructured and increasingly in real-time. This data comes from numerous sources including historical, video, audio, cell phones, geospatial, imagery, sensors, social media, and much more. From crime prevention to transportation, defense, national security, revenue management, environmental stewardship and social services, governments must wrestle every day with managing and using this data. This session will discuss how big data, analytics and other disruptive technologies and techniques can improve efficiency and effectiveness across the broad range of government responsibilities, by improving existing processes and operations and enabling completely new ones. Viewpoints include: Key challenges in capturing and framing the data environment The need for data-driven decisions and how government information can support decisions Information and data driven citizen engagement Differentiating big data and open data Managing data access, privacy control and security Connected applications/platforms, big data and security
6 Speakers: Eng. Sami Al Hussayen Assistant Vice Governor and CIO Technical and Vocational Training Corporation Eng. Mohammed Suhebani Chief Technology Officer Ministry of Finance Dr. Abdullah Al-Wehaibi Advisor to the Minister and CIO Ministry of Health Eng. Saleh Al Omary Chief Information Officer Qassim Municipality Dr. Bandar Alhaqbani General Director, IT Services, Technology and Health Informatics, KSAU-HS President, Saudi Association for Health Informatics 11:15 11:45 Technology Briefing and Demonstration Innovating and Achieving Excellence in Smart, Mobile and e-government Domains This session is be led by an industry expert focused on a specific technology or technique. Delegates will be shown the key challenges and practical solutions to embrace e-government through effective planning and application of innovative tools, techniques and solutions. Brief 1 (15 minutes): Social Media and e-participation for Collaborative and Engaging Government Eng. Hani AlGhofaily Director, Department of e-media AlRiyadh Newspaper Brief 2 (15 minutes): A Successful Approach towards Integrating Applications and e-services Hamad Al Harbi Chief of Safeer Program Ministry of Education 11:45 12:15 Dhuhr Prayer, One-to-One Business Meetings and Networking Coffee Break
7 12:15 13:15 Interactive Panel Discussion Smart and Mobile Government: Offering Effective and Available Government Services In this era of mobility, the demand for access to information, services and applications through smart-devices is surging and government departments are putting in place numerous measures to enhance their service delivery. More types and complexity of information are needed, ranging from access to documents and status updates on initiatives to value based transactions and sharing of sensitive information. This session will look at how a government department can effectively develop a smart mobility strategy and the privacy and security issues that need to be considered. Discussion will cover: Why and how smart mobility and ubiquitous computing is necessary Integrated mobile strategy, implementation and performance measurement Improving engagement and participation through innovative applications Building secure and compliant m-government systems Ensuring security of services, information and mobile devices Speakers: Dr. Yousef Al-Ohali Counselor and General Supervisor of IT, Higher Education Sector Ministry of Education Dr. Waleed Al-Jandal Dean of IT Al-Imam University Dr. Ali Al Edrisy Chief Information Officer Royal Commission for Jubail and Yanbu Ashraf Abdelazim Director of Sales and BD - MEA Kaspersky Lab Middle East Nasser El-Hout Managing Director Service Management Center of Excellence (SMCE) 13:15 13:20 Closing Remark by the Chairperson Dr. Haidar Fraihat Director, Technology for Development Division United Nations ESCWA 13:20 15:00 Networking Lunch and End of the Summit Disclaimer: This document is for promotional purposes only and shall not be considered contractually binding. The content of the event, its dates, venue, agenda or speakers may be subject to change during the course of the event s preparation.
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