The Commonwealth Telecommunications Organisation (CTO) has organised the 7th annual e-Governance Africa Forum 2013 confirmed to be held from the 25th -27th March 2013 at the Speke Resort in Munyonyo, Kampala, Uganda. This event is hosted by Uganda Communications Commission (UCC) Uganda.
e-Gov Africa is a series of events created by the CTO to assist African stakeholders in identifying ways to improve efficiency, effectiveness and transparency of governance through e-enabling. The Forum is acknowledged by all parties, including NEPAD and ITU, as the foremost platform in Sub-Saharan Africa for sharing knowledge and best practices.
Among the key themes of the 3 day conference are:
a. Governing E-Governance: Structuring and Funding E-Government Programmes. Roles of various public and private sector stakeholders
b. E-Governance at Work: Theory vs. Appropriate Practice
c. Enabling Technologies and Underpinning Infrastructure
b. Designing a citizen-centric e-Gov portal: Balancing the needs of centralisation and de-centralisation
c. Online and mobile financial transactions: Developing a secure regime for digital signatures
For your details on;
1. The ongoing draft program agenda
2. Exhibition floor plan
3. Registration form
4. Sponsorship/Exhibition benefits
Please visit the event web page http://www.cto.int/events/upcoming-events/e-government-africa/