E-government practices: Assessing the present for a better future
February 17, 2006

2006 Information Highways Conference:
Combating Chaos: How leading enterprises use content solutions to introduce order and improve productivity
March 28-30, 2006
Holiday Inn King Street, Toronto
http://www.econtentinstitute.org/conference

CATA members save 10%. Extra early bird savings in effect until February 24, 2006.

E-government practices: Assessing the present for a better future
Thursday March 30, 2006; 8:30am - 4:00pm; Toronto
A full day professional development seminar produced by Thomas Riley, Commonwealth Centre for e-Governance

This full day seminar will analyze the next steps for e-governance and e-government from the perspectives of change management, e-governance strategies and performance management. The theme of the seminar will be on ways and means in which government officials can determine where they are with e-government and what steps are needed to ensure the needs of citizens are being met in relation to the costs of e-government implementation and maintenance of e-services.

Presentations include:

E-government strategies: Moving to the next level in Government
Speaker: Michael Turner, former ADM, Information and Technology Service Branch, PWGSC

E-governance: The underpinnings for success in e-government evolution
Speaker : Thomas Riley, Executive Director, of the Commonwealth Centre for e-Government

Tools for driving e-government excellence
Speaker: Alex Langshur, Principal, Hillwatch Inc.

Other conference programs of interest to government knowledge workers and information management professionals include:

e-Government and e-politics: Transforming the lives of Canadians Dr. Fred Fletcher and Dr. Charles Zamaria, The Canadian Internet Project

Making the case for information management to management
Denis Kelly, Regional Municipality of York

End user adoption is a process not a project
Janet Blair, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Ontario

Rethinking and restructuring content for use by people and technology
Jim Purdy, Communicare

To register or to learn more about the full day seminar; E-government practices: Assessing the present for a better future or other 2006 Information Highways Conference programs go to http://www.econtentinstitute.org/conference/programglance.asp

Sponsored by the Commonwealth Advantage, a division of CATA