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e-Government A Major Focus At CeBIT 2007

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In Australia, e-Government touches upon many different areas like health, transport, defence and security. As a leader in the adoption of e-Government, Australian agencies have already confronted many of the challenges associated with this new approach to service delivery.

More and more government information and services are being delivered electronically. Bringing services online was the first step in revolutionising the way in which government offered their products and services to the general public and the business community. The next steps are bigger and more complex - looking at creating and combining different data sources and functionalities, streamlining information and communication processes and making it easy and widely accessible, but at the same time protecting and securing it from abuse.

Returning in 2007, the CeBIT Australia e-Government Forum provides an opportunity to hear about the strategies that have led to success in government organizations around the world, with high profile speakers from USA, UK, Australian and Sweden.

For the first time in 2007, an e-Government Exhibition - a dedicated showcase running as part of CeBIT Australia 2007 - will bring together the very latest solutions and applications in government and industry.

Early Bird discounts on Forum Registration are available until 15 March.

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Jurisdiction
  • Federal
Sector
  • Policy
Tags
  • CeBIT 2007
  • e-Government
  • Federal Government ICT