OpenGov: It's Better Together
This is not your average event.
It is specifically designed to educate and connect the participants by using a structured format that enables them to actively engage with the speakers and with one another. This format grew out of Silicon Valley and similar formats have been closely associated with open government and innovation in the United States.
19/12/2012 Bizerte Tunisia
8:00 am Registration Opens
9:00 am Opening Plenary
● 9:00 am What is OpenGov? - Introduction and Welcome - Imen Ameur, General Manager, IA Consulting
● 9:15 am The Tunisian Government's Perspective on OpenGov - Dr. Abderrahman Ladgham, Minister of Governance and Anti-Corruption, Tunisia
● 9:25 am The Global Rise of OpenGov and the Open Government Partnership – Wayne Moses Burke, Executive Director, Open Forum Foundation
● - Paul Maassen, Civil Society Coordinator, Open Government Partnership (video)
● 9:35 am Why is OpenGov Important to Civil Society? - Majed Khalfallah, Secretary General, Association of Professionals of Open Source
● 9:45 am Why does the Private Sector Care? - Khaled Ben Driss, Manager Software Engineering BU, OXIA
10:00 am Break
10:15 am Project Ideas - Wayne Moses Burke, Executive Director, Open Forum Foundation
● Participants will work together to generate ideas for OpenGov projects in Tunisia.
11:45 am What is going on in Tunisia Today?
● 11:45 am The Government Perspective - Khaled Sellami, Director, The E-Governance Unit, Government of Tunisia
● 12:00 pm The Civil Society Perspective - Riadh Guerfali, Nawaat
● 12:15 pm The Private Sector Perspective - Karim Kharaat, Associate Partner, SHK Consulting
12:30 pm Lunch
2:00 pm Inspiration from Outside Tunisia
● 2:00 pm Technology for Better Government- Khaled Koubaa, Policy Manager North Africa, Google
● 2:10 pm The Power of Open Data - Irina Tișacova, Open Government and Open Data Coordinator at e-Government Center, Republic of Moldova
● 2:20 pm Innovation and OpenGov - Chris Vein, Senior Manager, ICT Sector, World Bank 2:30 pm Project Discussions and Proposals - Wayne Moses Burke, Executive Director, Open Forum Foundation
● Participants will propose OpenGov projects that they want to see happen. These may be existing projects that are seeking advice, or brand new projects from the morning's idea generation.
● All proposed projects will receive a table and discussion period and participants will choose which projects in each time slot they want to discuss.
● The Tunisian speakers will directly engage in the discussions:
○ Khaled Sellami, Director, The E-Governance Unit, Government of Tunisia
○ Riadh Guerfali, Nawaat
○ Karim Kharrat, Associate Partner, SHK Consulting
○ Rim Garnaoui, Deputy Director, The E-Governance Unit, Government of Tunisia
○ Imen Ameur, IA consulting
● The international speakers will act as mentors and advisors in the discussions:
○ Chris Vein, Chief Innovation Officer for Global ICT Sector, World Bank
○ Irina Tișacova, Open Government and Open Data Coordinator at e-Government Center, Republic of Moldova
○ Khaled Koubaa, Policy Manager North Africa, Google
○ Wayne Moses Burke, Executive Director, Open Forum Foundation
4:00 pm Break
4:15 pm Project Discussions and Proposals (Continued)
6:00 pm Project Presentations and Closing
● Presentations of how the ideas are becoming reality.
● Why Today's Accomplishments Matter to Tunisia - Rachid Hassini, Deputy Director, The E-Governance Unit, Government of Tunisia
7:00 pm Dinner and Reception
8:30 pm End
site : http://opengovibt.org/tn/fr/agenda/
lieu : Bizerte http://www.eventbrite.com/googlemap?eid=4910448283