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The European W3C Symposium on eGovernment aims to understand specific government and citizens’ needs related to eGovernment services, identify aspects that put Web interoperability at risk and find how governments can deliver better and more efficient services through computer technologies.
Attendance is free and open to the public.
Simultaneous translation (English-Spanish, and Spanish-English) will be offered.
Topics likely to be discussed at this symposium include, but are not limited to:
- Learn more about eGovernment requirements.
- Challenges in the use of IT for governments and users.
- Interaction, accessibility and mobile Web within eGovernment services.
- Web Services and eGovernment.
- Semantic Web and eGovernment.
- Security and privacy within the eGovernment transactions.
Government institutions, IT companies and consultants working in eGovernment services and eGovernment users (citizens, local industry, etc.)
See the report of this symposium.