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The 2005 Conference was the third of a series of Ministerial eGovernment Conferences. Started in 2001 under the Belgian Presidency of the European Council, it was successfully followed by the second conference of its kind under the Italian Presidency in 2003.

The conferences were launched under the eEurope initiative and have been an ideal forum to share learning and experiences between European administrations and stakeholders, review case histories of good practice, discuss future priorities and achieve high level political support across Europe.

The Conference will host a Supplier Exhibition Showcase in the MICC’s Great Nothern Hall and will be open to delegates throughout the duration of the event.

 

Ministerial Meeting

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The Ministerial Meeting took place on the first day of the Conference. Ministers discussed Member States’ priorities and agreed a Ministerial Declaration on EU–level policy eGovernment policy. The meeting was followed by the Ministerial Declaration [PDF, 80KB, 8 pages].

During the 2003 eGovernment Conference in Como, Italy, the Ministerial Declaration recognised the role of eGovernment as a key driver for delivering better public services for citizens, modernising the public sector at all levels, increasing productivity and efficiency of public administration, strengthening European competitiveness, enhancing transparency and inclusion, and improving quality of life in Europe.

 

eEurope Awards for eGovernment 2005

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Good practice was recognised and celebrated with the announcement of the eEurope Awards for eGovernment. The awards ceremony took place during the Conference and there was a wide range of case histories on display, bringing to life the outstanding achievements in the field of good practice across European member states. The short listed case studies will be included in the Good Practice Framework. For further information on the awards visit the eEurope Awards pages.

 

Supplier Exhibition Showcase

The Conference hosted a Supplier Exhibition Showcase in the MICC’s Great Nothern Hall.