Event the INFORA on 17 and 18 February 2010 in Berlin expected over 400 management and IT professionals Cologne, January 22, 2010 – it is under the auspices of the Berlin Senate Department for Home Affairs and sports and the Ministry of the Interior of the State of Brandenburg and has nationwide as a platform for the targeted exchange of experience concerning the IT-based administrative modernisation. Last year nearly 200 public institutions participated in the INFORA users forum with over 400 participants. Is at the heart of plenary lectures the further development of the E-Government 2010 against the backdrop of the policies at the European and at the federal level. It is constructive and forward-oriented to discuss whether these strategies create a development boost for the further modernisation of the administration or whether they mean first more complications”, explains INFORA Managing Director Thomas Hohn the core problem. The user forum as an example of the services directive which will”and other current In detail are dedicated to projects through contributions of from renowned experts. Not only this plenary presentations provide the IT decision makers and operational and Betreuungsverantwortlichen in the public institutions practice-relevant information about the ground-breaking developments. So in addition in many specialized forums about fifty units of concrete experiences, modern concepts and innovative best practices to be the topics: E-Government strategies, European E-Government best practices, Web 2.0 and portals, acceptance of management of E-Government solutions, efficient organization of care and operation by ITIL, local perspectives of E-Government, file and archiving: State of things presented and discussed.
With this variety of topics the richest program in the long history of the E-Government users Forum provided the participants this year”, refers to Hall the wide range of content event. Participation in the Conference is free of charge for members of the public administration. More Information and electronic registration at. About INFORA: INFORA GmbH is an innovative, highly specialized and vendor-independent consulting firm for more than 25 years. With locations in Cologne, Berlin, Hamburg, Munich and Dresden supports customers from the initial concept idea through to successful implementation. INFORA it places special emphasis on the practical design and effective transformation of business and automation processes. Her consulting clients such as Daimler AG, Viessmann, INA Schaeffler, German Airbus, Henkel, Minolta, Procter & gamble and Schering include clients such as the Ministry of the Interior, the Ministry of finance, the Federal Agency for work or the Federal Chancellor’s Office in the industrial sector, in public administration.