ACE Friends: Consider this opportunity to learn more about
providing Interactive Electronic service to your customers.
E-Business: Providing Interactive Electronic Services to the Public
May 5, 1999
Marriott at Metro Center, Washington, DC
This practical, case-presenting seminar provides an up-close look at
current and future intergovernmental applications of technology for
strategizing and delivering such traditional services as grants
management, licensing, and information collection and dissemination
while maintaining privacy, authority, confidentiality and trust.
? Learn how federal, state and local government agencies are
successfully delivering interactive electronic services to the public in
new, more effective, more efficient ways.
? Understand the fundamentals of the technologies and architectures
? Gain insight into the impact of electronic service delivery on agency
cultures, and the criteria by which agencies plan future services.
? Better deal with the difficult balance between respecting security and
privacy issues and the public’s demand for information.
? Hear “best practices” agency case studies about their goals,
implementations, successes, and lessons learned … and interact with your
peers on the front lines.
? Today is just the beginning … a look into the future of this rapidly
changing arena can help you make sense of tomorrow.
Program Chair and Moderator – Dr. John L. Okay. Speakers include
William Bomash, ACCESS Minnesota, Ann Fisher and Brad Stanford – The
Federal Commons Initiative, Chuck Griffiths – The Intergovernmental
Network, Molly Hockman – Project EASI, Steve Holden – IRS, Dave
Jefferson – Highway 1, Paul Markovitz – NIH, COL William Osborne, JECPO,
Brad Smith – Oracle, and Tom Temin – Government Computer News.
This “Technology Excellence in Government” Seminar is presented by the
Digital Government Institute, The Council for Excellence in Government
and Government Computer News. It is co-presented by the Federation of
Government Information Processing Councils, the Federal Web Management
Institute/GSA, and FedWorld Information Technologies/NTIS, DOC.
$195 government and public sector, $245 private sector. Visit
www.digitalgovernment.com or contact 301-320-4397 to receive the seminar