Participants

 

Government delegates | Non-government participants | Host organisation/OECD

Status: 25 October 2013

 

Welcome speech by Ms Corina Casanova, Federal Chancellor, Switzerland and OECD Deputy Secretary-General, Mr Yves Leterme. Chair: Ms Corinne Charette.

 

Government delegates

Australia

- Glenn Archer, Government CIO, Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO), Department of Finance.
- Lesley Seebeck, Assistant Secretary for ICT Skills, Capability and Investment, Australian Government Information Management Office (AGIMO), Department of Finance.

Austria
Heidi Havranek, Head of Division International E-government Issues, Federal Chancellery.

Belgium
Frank Leyman, Manager International Relations, Fedict.

Canada
Corinne Charette, Government CIO, Treasury Board Canada Secretariat.

Chile
Andres Bustamente, Government CIO, Ministry Secretariat-General of the Presidency.

Colombia
Johanna Pimiento, Director of e-Government, Minister of Information and Communication Technology.

Czech Republic
Bohdan Urban, Director of Public Administration and eGovernment, Ministry of Interior.

Denmark

- Lars Frelle-Petersen, Director-General, Ministry of Finance, Agency for Digitisation.
- Yih-Jeou Wang, Head of International Cooperation, Ministry of Finance, Agency for Digitisation.

Estonia
Taavi Kotka, Government CIO, Ministry of Economic Affairs.

Finland
Timo Valli, Director general (Government CIO), Ministry of Finance, Finland.

France
Romain Lacombe, Head Innovation and Development at Etalab (data.gouv.fr), General Secretariat for the Modernisation of the Public Sector (SGMAP), Prime Minister's Office.

Germany
Erwin Schwärzer, Head of Division IT 1 (Strategic and e-government affairs), Federal Ministry of Interior, Office of the CIO.

Greece
Anastasios Papazarifis, Advisor to the Minister, Ministry of Administrative Reform and e-Government.

Iceland
Hugrún Ösp Reynisdóttir, Head of Division, Department of Administration and Information, Ministry of Finance.

Ireland
Bill McCluggage, Government CIO, Department of Public Expenditure and Reform (tbc).

Japan

- Satoshi Hashimoto, Director Policy Planning and Government Information Systems, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC).
- Akifumi Irie, First Secretary, Permanent Delegation of Japan to the OECD.
- Riina Murata, Officer policy planning and government information systems, Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications.
- Toshiyuki Zamma, Executive Advisor to Government CIO and Lecturer at Graduate School of Tokyo University, Cabinet Secretariat.

Korea
Young-Beum Choi, Minister-Counsellor, Permanent Delegation of Korea to the OECD.
Chong-O Kim, Deputy Director E-government Policy, Ministry of Security and Public Administration.
Hyunjoo Kim, Principal Manager E-government Performance, National Information Society Agency (NISA).

Latvia
Arnis Daugulis, Government CIO, Ministry of Environmental Protection and Regional Development.

Lithuania
Vytautas Krasauskas, Advisor, E-government policy division, Ministry of Interior.

Mexico
Yolanda Martínez, Chief of the Digital Government Unit, Public Administration Ministry.

Netherlands
Guus Bronkhorst, Head of Department, Citizenship and Information Policy, Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.

New Zealand

- Tim Occleshaw, Deputy Chief Executive, Service and System Transformation, Department of Internal Affairs.
- Richard Foy, Director, Service and System Transformation, Department of Internal Affairs.

Norway
Lars van Marion, Deputy Director-General, Ministry of Government Administration and Reform.

Poland
Renata PaleĊ„, Advisor to the Minister, Ministry of Administration and Digitisation.

Portugal

- Paolo Neves, Government CIO, Agency for Public Services Reform (AMA), Presidency of the Council of Ministers.
- João Ricardo Vasconcelos, Responsible for Innovation and Knowledge Management, Agency for Public Services Reform (AMA), Presidency of the Council of Ministers.

Russian Federation
Alexey Khersontsev, Director Department of State Regulation of the Economy, Ministry of Economic Development.

Slovenia
Tadej Gabrijel, Secretary, Ministry of Interior.

Spain
Emilio Garcia, Policy Advisor e-Government, Ministry of Finance and Public Administration.

Sweden
Anneli Hagdahl, Head of Section Information Technology Policy, Ministry of Enterprise, Energy and Communications.

Switzerland

- Peter Fischer, Government CIO, Federal Department of Finance, Federal IT Steering Unit (FITSU).
- Stephan Röthlisberger, Manager Programme Office E-government Switzerland, Federal Department of Finance, Federal IT Steering Unit (FITSU).
- Matthias Brüllmann, Director Web, Federal chancellory (tbc).
- Christian Weber, Head of eGovernmen and eEconomy for SMEs, State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO).
- Peppino Giarritta, Head of Staff Unit e-Government, Canton of Zürich Chancellery.

Turkey

Ramazan Altinok, Head of e-Government, Prime Minister's office.

 

Non-government participants

  • Marcus Dapp, Principal Consultant, Open Knowledge Foundation (Germany).
  • Paolo Seri, Researcher, University of Urbino (Italy).
  • Toshio Obi, Director, E-government research center, Waseda University (Japan).
  • Tomoe Kiyosada, Deputy Director Corporate Affairs, Microsoft (Japan).
  • Marek Grabowski, Sales and Customer Care Development Director, Orange Poland (representing the Business and Industry Advisory Committee to the OECD) (Poland).
  • Igor Khimchenko, Vice-President, Informational Democracy Foundation (Russian Federation).
  • Ilya Massukh, President, Informational Democracy Foundation (Russian Federation).
  • Irina Yakovenko, Public Relations Director, Informational Democracy Foundation (Russian Federation).
  • Kim Andreasson, Founder and Managing Director, DAKA Advisory (Sweden).
  • Matthias Lüfkens, Practice Leader Digital EMEA and Author of Twiplomacy, Burson-Marsteller (Switzerland).
  • Alessia Neuroni, Professor at e-Government Institute, Bern University of Applied Sciences (Switzerland).
  • Reinhard Riedl, Head of e-Government Institute, Bern University of Applied Sciences (Switzerland).
  • Thomas Baumann, Director Public Service, Netcetera AG (Switzerland).
  • Thomas Bigliel, CEO, Politnetz.ch (Switzerland).
  • Alexander Budzier, Researcher and DPhil Candidate, Saïd Business School, University of Oxford (United Kingdom).
  • Helen Margetts, Director, Oxford Internet Institute (United Kingdom).
  • Bhavesh Morar, Director Technology in the Public Sector, Deloitte (United Kingdom).
  • Roland Schneider, Senior Policy Advisor, Trade Union Advisory Committee to the OECD (TUAC).

 

Host organisation and OECD

  • Astrid Strahm, Project Manager, Federal Department of Finance, Federal IT Steering Unit (FITSU).
  • Anna Faoro, Communications Manager, Federal Department of Finance, Federal IT Steering Unit (FITSU).
  • Yves Leterme, Deputy Secretary-General, OECD.
  • Mario Marcel, Deputy Director of Public Governance and Territorial Development, OECD.
  • Edwin Lau, Head of Public Sector Reform Division, OECD.
  • Barbara Ubaldi, Project Leader e-Government, OECD.
  • Arthur Mickoleit, Policy Analyst e-Government, OECD.
  • Adam Mollerup, Policy Analyst e-Government, OECD.