E-Canada: Governments Working Together to Serve Canadians; Technology in Government Week Announces Name Change and 2003 Theme.
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LOS ANGELES--(BUSINESS WIRE)--June 25, 2003
The producers of Technology in Government Week are pleased to announce a name change for the annual event that focuses on harnessing the tremendous power of IT to improve government operations This article aims to describe the financial expenditure associated with the operations and processes of world governments of all levels. Size of economic footprint
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"GTEC Week is the most significant Canadian event of the year devoted to celebrating, learning, networking, and advancing the body of knowledge on the management of information and the use of innovative technologies to improve government operations and public service delivery," said Jim Povec, General Manager, GTEC Week. He added, "For more than 10 years, our audience has identified the event as GTEC and this official name change reflects the strong positioning of the event and that brand in the market."
The 2003 theme, E-Canada: Governments Working Together To Serve Canadians, will focus on the next step in the use of information technology in the public sector -- to create a seamless service delivery platform between the various levels of government.
GTEC Week is composed of four major elements:
Distinction Awards Program and Gala -- October 6
Recognizing excellence and leadership in the management of information and information technology in the public sector, the Distinction Awards Gala brings together senior government and industry representatives for an evening of celebration.
The Three-Day Professional Development Forum -- October 6-8
Comprises five world-class keynote presentations, and over 50 educational sessions. The Forum has become the annual meeting place for federal, provincial, and municipal government personnel from across the country and around the world, who come to share their knowledge and experiences in e-government policies, infrastructure, and management, and learn from industry leaders and experts about the latest developments in e-government products and services.
GTEC Exhibition -- October 7-8
The largest e-government showcase in Canada, featuring over 600 exhibits of the latest e-government products and services, and where governments from around the world proudly display and demonstrate their innovative e-government solutions. The two-day show also features hundreds of companies from Canada, the United States United States, officially United States of America, republic (2005 est. pop. 295,734,000), 3,539,227 sq mi (9,166,598 sq km), North America. The United States is the world's third largest country in population and the fourth largest country in area. , and abroad that offer cutting-edge information management solutions for government. Now in its eleventh year, GTEC has sold out each year since its inception.
The Special Workshops Program -- October 9
Composed of four one-day educational workshops that are offered separately from the Professional Development Forum, these Special Workshops focus upon specific topics selected because of their relevance and importance to the public sector at this time. This year's topics include: Security, Government On Line, E-Health Service Delivery and E-Government Policy Forum.
For more details about GTEC Week, please visit www.gtecweek.com. For more information about GTEC Week 2003, please contact Bernie Colterman at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jo-Anne Baxter at email@example.com
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