Westminster Business School at the Gulf Countries Council conference in Dubai
5 June 2014
The GCC e-government and e-services conference is the largest e-government event in the Gulf region. During the conference, participants discussed strategies to improve the performance and effectiveness of government services, focusing on access to information and transparency.
The event showcased various strategies for organisational transformation and modern leadership practices for ministers, senior government officials, key decision and policy makers, e-government practitioners and experts.
Panos Hahamis joined the event to deliver a successful presentation on the UK’s digital strategy and frameworks. According to him, this was an excellent opportunity for networking regarding projects' collaboration.
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