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About the Seminar Series

The Seminar Series strives to provide a comprehensive program covering core e-development concepts in the context of regional, country specific and thematic seminars. The primary objective of these seminars is to equip operational Bank staff and our country clients with the knowledge necessary for designing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating e-development projects and components. Presenters are identified among leading specialists within the World Bank but also from the outside. When appropriate, videoconferencing allows for participation from multiple World Bank offices and external sites and presentations from locations other than Washington DC. Live and archived webcasts also help expand our audience.

You can access all delivered or co-sponsored  events and videos here, and indexed videos are also available here.

Knowledge Partnership and Participation Opportunities

The majority of our events are open for participation by interested organizations or individuals (unless they are specifically targeted for internal World Bank audience). Interested parties can subscribe to our mailing list to receive updates and event invitations (to subscribe or for more information about the upcoming events, send an email to opetrov@worldbank.org).

We also welcome global, regional and country-level partnerships with all interested parties on delivering our Global, Regional and Country Dialogue seminars and on related knowledge sharing, packaging and dissemination activities. To find out about specific opportunities related to our future and recent events, please contact Oleg Petrov at opetrov@worldbank.org or call +1202-4738861.

Noteworthy Past Events

  • Leveraging e-Government for Successful Anti-Corruption Programs: e-Government is widely seen as a powerful tool to enhance service delivery and government effectiveness. Yet, have we investigated sufficiently the role it can play in anti-corruption? More
  • U.S. Federal Enterprise Architecture: This seminar (focusing on the US experience) will deepen your understanding of why a whole-of-government enterprise architecture (or interoperability framework) is such a powerful tool for public sector reform. More
  • Designing and Implementing e-Government: Key Issues, Best Practices and Lessons Learned: This two-day training workshop provides the knowledge, tools and operational recommendations to design and implement e-government. More



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