National e-Government Conference 2005

This years national e-gov conference will be held in Manchester and will include a plenary session about new parking technologies.
The National e-Government Conference is dedicated to providing quality educational offerings to those involved in local government IT. Designed to provide real solutions, and presented in a collaborative setting, the e-Government National Conference aims to encourage innovation in public service.

The place where you can learn and listen to experts in their field. Here, among their peers, public-sector professionals will gather in the Radisson Edwardian's dynamic 5 star environment. Interactive tutorials, sessions, and keynote addresses provide the groundwork for discussion. Informal networking events offer opportunities to build community, share ideas, and create new government solutions. And accessible exhibit areas encourage one-on-one discussions between IT solutions providers and high-level government agency purchasers.

Teaching and technology enabling government transformation. In 2005, the National e-Government Conference hosts an in-depth conference and forum focusing on government Information Technology, its most important issues, and emerging IT solutions. Government, industry, and academic leaders will share with the audience at the event timely topics, thought-provoking ideas, and real-world success stories.
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