“Enterprise architecture in e-government – Northern perspectives” is the title of a workshop we are arranging on 24-25 April 2003 in Copenhagen. From the invitation letter:
The Danish Government is working on a white paper about a national framework for enterprise architecture. This white paper will be launched in the near future, and as part of the “next step”, we want to invite a number of our international colleagues to Wonderful Copenhagen, not only to enjoy the spring with us, but also to share experiences and ideas.
We have invited one of the world’s leading experts on enterprise architecture in government, Brian Burke of Meta Group. He will deliver the opening keynote presentation on the workshop. The rest of the workshop will be focused on selected themes in eGovernment, illustrated with cases, presented by the participants, and discussed in interactive sessions. The last session on the workshop will be a discussion of “next steps”, with identification of possible areas of cooperation or exchange of experiences.
We will set the final agenda based on the participants’ wishes and inputs. Our initial list of themes looks like this:
- Drivers and barriers for eGovernment
- Enterprise architecture in practice
- Governance models for public sector IT
- Common Infrastructure Projects in the public sector
- Patterns of a lean and mean government machine 😉
Interested? Let me know.