The e-Governance Conference which holds in Estonia is an annual gathering which focuses on and aims at international digital development cooperation in all its entirety. Since 2015, the e-Governance Conference has been organised by the e-Governance Academy (eGA) in partnership with the Estonian Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The 2020 edition of the e-Governance Conference is supported by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Swedish Government, the U-LEAD with Europe program, the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications, the City of Tallinn, Intel, Google and Microsoft.
According to the official release; the conference will feature fifty-two e-governance spokespersons and developers from twenty countries. The conference will be opened by the President of the Republic of Estonia, Kersti Kaljulaid. Some keynote speakers include Amani Abou-Zeid, EU Commissioner for Infrastructure and Energy; Urmas Reinsalu, Estonia’s Minister of Foreign Affairs; David Rowan, Technology Trends and Business Innovation Expert; Alex Benay, former CIO of the Canadian Government, who took his country’s IT systems to the Public Cloud Service. And Siim Sikkut, Vice-Chancellor of Estonian Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications.
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