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Co-Creating Solutions for a Smarter Future
using Technology and Open Innovation

Date: February 28, 2013 [all day]
Venue: The World Bank HQ

ICT LEARNING DAYS

Date: Wednesday Feb 27, 2013
Venue: The World Bank HQ I1-200

Date: Friday March 1st, 2013
Venue: The World Bank HQ J1-050


 

 

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The Transformational Impact of ICTs in Africa

WHEN: Thursday, January 10, 2013 - 8:30 am to 10:00 am

PDF Download the Main Report, and the Slides
Event page details @ http://go.worldbank.org/ZW35NV6720
Recording AdobeConnect @ http://worldbankva.adobeconnect.com/p18p9b0mkco/
Photography @ Photo Gallery


 Can Africa benefit from Cloud Computing?

When:  July 9, 1:00 - 3:00 p.m EST    

Where:   Room J1-050 (J Building Auditorium) and Live Webcast with Adobe Connect (see below)    

Chair:  V. S. Krishnakumar, Regional Procurement Manager, Africa Region, World Bank

Speaker: 
Andrew Stott, former UK Government’s Deputy Chief Information Officer and Senior Consultant, ICT Unit, World Bank
Discussants:
Samia Melhem,  Lead ICT Policy Specialist, ICT Unit, World Bank.
Stela Mocan, Government CIO and Executive Director, Moldova e-Gov Center   
S. M. Quamrul Hasan, Sr. Procurement Specialist, Africa Region, World Bank
                       
Description of Event
“Cloud computing” is one of the most hyped ICT concepts of the last 12 months.  Yet behind the hype Cloud is already enabling fundamental  changes in the way governments and the private sector design and procure ICT services.  It is not just that Cloud is reducing costs.  It is also changing the dynamics of the ICT market, creating opportunities for innovation and new entrants, and enabling local SMBs to compete with global leaders.  It is also challenging conventional ICT governance and procurement – and governments need to learn how to use the new market to their advantage. This non-technical BBL will give participants a strategic view of the issues and opportunities of Cloud; discuss what it could offer Africa - not least in enabling innovation led by the SMB sector and in allowing governments and businesses to adopt modern ICT without massive up-front investment and by using available skills in a more leveraged way;  and suggest how traditional procurement strategies need to be adapted to take best advantage.

Live Webcast: http://streaming7.worldbank.org/vvflash/extlive1 (recorded webcast will be posted at www.worldbank.org/edevelopment/live)
Adobe Connect:
http://worldbankva.adobeconnect.com/ict/
 
Contact Info: Tony Nathan  
anathan@worldbank.org 

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Archives of Recent Webcasts


Archives of older webcasts (to test your connection etc) are also available at http://www.worldbank.org/edevelopment/videos 

 

The Closed World of Company Data: How Can Open Data on Companies Change the World?

Wednesday, April 25, 2012  Recorded Webcast

 

 


International Video-Seminar on Open Budget Data

 March 12, 2012 

Agenda and more details about this event.  Recorded webcast.

 


SDN forum 2012: ICT Learning Days
(Feb29-Mar01, 2012)
http://go.worldbank.org/G4NMZDO350

 
ICT Sector Day: Feb 23, 2012

Transforming All Sectors: ICT for Open Government and Innovation

Live Blogging 


 

 
Open Government Partnership (OGP)

Feb 14, 2012 12:30 - 2:00 PM EST 
 You are cordially invited to watch a live webcast and participate in a liveblog with Tariq Khokhar during an event at the World Bank about the new Open Government Partnership (OGP).   The OGP (http://www.opengovpartnership.org ), launched on September 2011 under the leadership of the eight founding countries, is a multilateral, multi-stakeholder initiative that seeks to enhance transparency, participation and collaboration between governments and civil society. Since its launching, membership has increased to over 50 countries. 

 


 

January 30, 2012 Open Government and Transparency: The UK Experience

Featuring the Rt. Hon. Francis Maude, UK Minister for the Cabinet Office and Sanjay Pradhan,
Vice President, World Bank Institute WB Live Coverage 
 

December 14, 2011: Opening Up Development: How can countries start and run open government data ecosystems?
Global Dialogue on the role of Open Data in opening and transforming governance with case studies from Moldova and Kenya.

 


December 8, 2011: The Aakash, India's $35 Tablet for Education and Development: How to enable the next billion Internet users? Presentation by Suneet Singh Tuli, the CEO of DataWind, the company that developed the Aakash in partnership with the Indian Institute of Technology Rajasthan. Webcast & Live coverage


October 3, 2011: Seminar on Open Government Data in Developing countries: The Case of Kenya and Moldova

Recorded webcast (video),
 WB Live (blog), Slides etc, Twitter coverage (#opendata103)

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Jan. 21, 2011: Moldova-India Dialogue on e-Transformation Powerpoint slides used by Moldova speakers


Jan. 20, 2011: Mobile Applications: Case Studies and Business Model Analysis

 Download List of Cases Full set of slides (on Google Docs) or powerpoint version  

Session 2: Agriculture and Rural Development Sector: Case studies are from Kenya, Philippines and Sri Lanka

9:45-11:15am DC time

 Download List of Cases  Full set of slides (Google docs) or Powerpoint version




December 9, 2010: TXT Eagle - Revolutionary approach to directly engage 2.1 billion people with mobile texting (View Presentation and recorded webcast)


December 9, 2010: Transformational Government Workshop. More: http://go.worldbank.org/S1J6DDTQY0 Workshop Recording, Slides and Summary 


N ovember 8, 2010: Global CIO Dialogue on the Future of Government Transformation (website), watch recorded webcast:English version or Russian version or read LIVE SUMMARY by ICT4D.at (Thanks to Florian Sturm) Twitter coverage (hashtag is #WBCIO)

 

October 18, 2010: Open Government Data Workshop. View Webcast Recording.Make comments on Twitter (hashtag is #OGD-MD). Event website.


 
September 27, 2010: Identity Management Conference:Worldwide Identity Solutions for Online Security, Privacy and Trust (Sessions A and B only, 9:00 am - 12:30 pm ET). Event page: http://go.worldbank.org/0Z0GH5E920. Watch RECORDED WEBCAST

 


September 9 2010: Workshop on Government Cloud: Transformational Enabler for Efficiency and Better Services. see event website with all materials

Watch archived webcast in English or in Russian. Twitter live coverage: #G-Cloud09


February 3, 2010: Singapore ICT Day for South Asia - The Singapore Experience - Ingredients for Successful Nation-wide eTransformation. Event Page: http://go.worldbank.org/GXNX9ZH450


January 25, 2010: UAS and Broadband for Development


Dec 15-16, 2009: Workshop on Transforming Moldova with ICT: Sharing Singapore Experience (click for more details)

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRDOcJLl3n0 

Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KusO0cdZv6A 

FInal agenda 

 


Dec 16, 2009 IC4D World Bank Report ECA Launch Event (click more details)

 


November 5, 2009: Second Korea ICT Day: Korea - US ICT Policy Forum. Event's main site


October 28, 2009: World Bank Day @ mHealth Summit - M-Health: From Policy to Implementation  


September 16, 2009: Mobile Innovations for Social and Economic Transformation:From Pilots to Scaled-up Implementation This workshop raised awareness of the transformational role mobile technologies can play in improving service delivery, efficiency and transparency. (recorded webcast can be accessed here


June 16: Financial Crisis and Cloud Computing: Delivering More for Less? Demystifying Cloud Computing as Enabler of Government Transformation .9:00 am - 1:00 pm. ET (recorded webcast can be accessed here


June 16, 2009: ICTs for Women's Empowerment This workshop focused on the inequality of access to ICTs and the usage of ICTs. Recorded webcast can be accessed here


May 28: e-Sri Lanka: Transforming a Nation with ICT. 9:00-12:00 pm ET. Recorded webcast is available here (scroll down the page): http://vcg01.worldbank.org/eDev 


May 7: Service Delivery & Electronic Identification (eID ). 8 am - 1:50 pm ET. Event details..

The webcast has been archived at these links: Part 1: Global Dialogue and Part 2: Training Workshop (Real Media version) and here (scroll to bottom for Starbak Windows Media full version at 56 kbs bitrate, with chat and slide show).Live Coverage at ICT4D.at Blog (Part 1, Part 2, Part 3) and Twitter


 

April 17: Open Standards for Government Transformation: Enabling transparency, security and interoperability. This webcast has been archived at these links: Part 1,  Part 2 and Part 3 (Real Media version) and here (scroll to last page for Starbak Windows Media version at 56 kbs bitrate, with chat and slide show).

Full coverage on ICT4D.at Blog and Twitter: ict4d_logo_blue_180.jpg  Event details


Jan 29, 2009: International Good Practice for Establishment of Sustainable IT Parks
Review of experiences in select countries, including three country case studies: Vietnam, Russia, and Jordan. To learn more, click
 here


Dec 22: Мобильные сервисы в государственном секторе: Уроки международного и российского опыта

Прямая Интернет-трансляция видео-семинара состоялась в понедельник, 22 декабря 2008 года с 17:00 до 19:00 по московскому времени. Подробная информация о видео-семинаре: http://zelao.ru/4/22958. Presentations: Hannes Astok (Eng), Hannes Astok (Rus), Anna Korobova, Mikhail Sudeykin. Архив Интернет-трансляции: http://streaming3.worldbank.org/ramgen/CITPO/10677498/2008-12-22.rm 


Dec. 10: Demystifying e-Government Procurement. Event details

Windows Media (public access, low speed with chat), both Russian and English versions available
 

Dec. 4: Accessible ICT: International Trends and Implications for World Bank Operations.
 
Windows Media (public access, low speed with chat, scroll down to last page)

 


Nov. 18: Mobile Transformation in Africa. Event details

Windows Media (public access, low speed with chat, scroll down to last page)

 


Nov. 6: How much does it really cost to introduce and sustain computers in schools? Total Cost of Ownership (TCO): A Study of Models of Affordable Computing for Schools in Developing Countries.Event details

 


Nov. 3: Low-cost ICT devices in Education: Hope, Hype and Heuristics

 


Oct. 20: The Impact of Open Source Software on Government Transformation. Event details.


October 9, 2008

9 am – 12:45 pm Disaster Risk Management in the Information Age (Workshop Part II)

Windows Media (public access, low-speed with chat and slides, scroll down to last page)

Windows Media(Bank Staff, higher speed)

 

 

 

Oct 8, 2008, 9 am – 12:15 pm: Disaster Risk Management in the Information Age (Workshop Part I)

Windows Media (public access, low-speed with chat and slides) - default option

Real Media (public access, higher speed)

Windows Media (public access, higher speed)

Windows Media (Bank staff, higher speed)

 


Oct. 8, 2008: 12:15 – 1:30 pm Central American Probabilistic Risk Assessment (CAPRA)—Brown Bag Luncheon seminar

Real Media (public access, higher speed)

Windows Media (public access, higher speed)


October 8, 2008, 2 pm – 6 pm The World Bank’s Expanding Role in Disaster Risk Reduction

Real Media (public access, higher speed)

Windows Media (public access, higher speed)

 


Sep. 17, 2008: From Rhetoric to Action: E-Government and Aid Effectiveness

Real Media (higher speed)

Windows Media (low-speed with chat)

Windows Media (Bank Staff, higher speed)


Sep. 15, 2008: Dialogue mondial sur les TIC et les populations handicapées -Preparer les populations handicapees a l’Age de l’Information: Etude de cas autour d’un projet sur le e-Handicap en Tunisie, u ne composante de l'Unite de Gestion du Projet de Developpement du Secteur des TIC. Le webcast accessible depuis les liens suivants:

Windows Media (low-speed with chat and slides) - default option

Windows Media (Bank Staff, higher speed)


September 10, 2008: Global Dialogue on Disability and ICT - Empowering People with Disabilities for the Information Age.

Windows Media (low-speed with chat and slides) - recommended option

Real Media (higher speed)

Windows Media (higher speed)

Windows Media (Bank Staff, higher speed)


July 29, 2008: Government 2.0 and Beyond:The Next Generation of Government Transformation.

Windows Media (low-speed with chat and slides, scroll down to the last page)

Real Media (higher speed)

Windows Media (higher speed)

Windows Media (Bank Staff, higher speed)


June 25, 2008: Enabling Private Sector Delivery of Public Services: The Role of Public Private Partnerships in e-Government Projects

Real Media (variable speed) - recommended option,

Windows Media (low-speed with chat and slides, external access) - scroll down to last page

Windows Media (higher-speed, Bank staff)


April 17, 2008, 9:00 am EST:Government Enterprise Architecture as Enabler of Public Sector Reform (6 hours) More»

Windows Media (higher speed, no chat/slides)

Windows Media (low-speed with chat and slides) - scroll down to last page 

 

 


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