Engaging Citizens, Co-Creating the Future

Engaging Citizens, Co-creating the Future

Over the horizon of what is currently experienced in public service delivery, a new ethos is beginning to take shape, arising from an evolving mindset change – that governments need not always necessarily have the best answers and solutions to address all the needs of their citizens.

In response, governments are currently extending their focus beyond efficient and effective e-government practices, to an approach of facilitating collaborative service creation, and building participatory relationships with citizens and businesses in e-government initiatives. Built upon groundswell demand for greater responsiveness and ingenuity, the future of e-government will be born of consultation and collaboration.

These new possibilities are at once daunting and exciting. Governments understand the new imperatives, but the steps ahead for planning strategies and initiatives remain fluid. The arising challenge above it all is how to marry traditional hallmarks of excellence in e-government – relevance, integration, resilience, public engagement – with the new dynamics that redefine the way we view a government’s relationship with its customers.

Issues await us. What are the emerging trends and challenges brought about by ICT beyond 2013? How would transformation of public service delivery through co-creation with citizens and industry affect you? How do you foster innovation through open government, social media and cloud computing? These questions and more will be discussed and debated at the exchange.

Event at a Glance
17 JUN, MON 18 JUN, TUE 19 JUN, WED 20 JUN, THU 21 JUN, FRI
  Marina Bay Sands Expo & Convention Center
MORNING Keynote Address
by Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam,
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance
imbX 2013
Opening Ceremony
Plenary Sessions
featuring international experts speaking on e-govment trends
Panel Discussion
featuring international experts speaking on "Engaging Citizens, Co-Creating the Future"
eGov Exhibition
featuring latest Innovations in the field of e-government
AFTERNOON Plenary Sessions
featuring international experts speaking on e-government trends
Panel Discussion
featuring international experts speaking on Private and Public Sector Collaboration
    eGov Exhibition
held in conjunction with imbX 2013, featuring latest
innovations in the field of e-government
Programme

The key highlight of the eGov Global Exchange is the eGov Forum, which is expected to attract more than 500 attendees from the international arena and Singapore. This global forum will feature senior government officials and industry speakers from various countries as they exchange ideas and discuss best practices and challenges in various e-government related topics.

Engaging Citizens, Co-creating the Future

Over the horizon of what is currently experienced in public service delivery, a new ethos is beginning to take shape, arising from an evolving mindset change – that governments need not always necessarily have the best answers and solutions to address all the needs of their citizens.

In response, governments are currently extending their focus beyond efficient and effective e-government practices, to an approach of facilitating collaborative service creation, and building participatory relationships with citizens and businesses in e-government initiatives. Built upon groundswell demand for greater responsiveness and ingenuity, the future of e-government will be born of consultation and collaboration.

These new possibilities are at once daunting and exciting. Governments understand the new imperatives, but the steps ahead for planning strategies and initiatives remain fluid. The arising challenge above it all is how to marry traditional hallmarks of excellence in e-government – relevance, integration, resilience, public engagement – with the new dynamics that redefine the way we view a government’s relationship with its customers.

Issues await us. What are the emerging trends and challenges brought about by ICT beyond 2013? How would transformation of public service delivery through co-creation with citizens and industry affect you? How do you foster innovation through open government, social media and cloud computing? These questions and more will be discussed and debated at the exchange.

Event at a Glance

17 JUN, MON (MORNING)
Keynote Address
by Mr Tharman Shanmugaratnam, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Finance
Plenary Sessions
featuring international experts speaking on e-government trends
Panel Discussion
featuring international experts speaking on "Engaging Citizens, Co-Creating the Future"
eGov Exhibition
featuring latest innovations in the field of e-government
17 JUN, MON (AFTERNOON)
Plenary Sessions
featuring international experts speaking on e-government trends
Panel Discussion
featuring international experts speaking on Private and Public Sector Collaboration
18 JUN TUE
imbX 2013 Opening Ceremony
eGov Exhibition
held in conjunction with imbX 2013, featuring latest
innovations in the field of e-government
19 JUN, WED
eGov Exhibition
held in conjunction with imbX 2013, featuring latest
innovations in the field of e-government
20 JUN, THU
eGov Exhibition
held in conjunction with imbX 2013, featuring latest
innovations in the field of e-governmen
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21 JUN, FRI
eGov Exhibition
held in conjunction with imbX 2013, featuring latest
innovations in the field of e-government
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