Join us for two twenty minutes presentations on …
E-Government and E-Democracy Leadership in the United Kingdom
Who: OPEN TO ALL
With: Dan Jellinek, Editor, UK-based E-Government Bulletin
Steven Clift, former consultant UK Local E-Democracy National
Project and Board Chair, E-Democracy.Org
What: Dan and Steve will highlight a number of interesting e-government and e-democracy trends from the UK. With extensive UK government investment in both areas, Minnesota can benefit from and discover what services and projects stand out.
* Join over 11,000 members on the free E-Government Bulletin:
* View highlights from the UK Local E-Democracy National Project from Steven Clift:
Questions, answers, and discussion will follow. Both Dan and Steve are well versed in e-government and e-democracy trends around the world.
When: 1:00 p.m. – 2:15 p.m., Friday, January 26, 2007
Where: Room 15, Ground floor State Capitol
RSVP: Not required, but appreciated to: email@example.com
BONUS: Meet us around 12 NOON in the Capitol’s Ratskeller cafeteria for an informal lunch discussion. Topic: A “Digital Democracy Act” for Minnesota?” What is so important about the Internet that its use must be mandated in representative democracy? See the Gubernatorial e-debate for ideas: http://e-democracy.org/edebatemn06/?cat=24 Definitely RSVP with e-mail and mobile #: firstname.lastname@example.org This is also a chance to meet Dan Jellinek, E-Democracy.Org’s newest and first international board member. Note: http://e-democracy.org/uk
THANKS: Special thanks to Kathleen Lonergan, Committee Administrator of the State Government Budget Division, of the Senate Finance Committee for arranging the space.