This year’s e-Governance Conference – A Digital Decade in One Year – looks at the implications of the accelerated digital transformation resulting from the pandemic. The programme creates space to explore the new normal in which we find ourselves today, and the next normal that we are entering.
In the build-up to the Conference, our podcasts will introduce some main speakers and topics that will take part in the programme.
In today's episode, interoperability expert Heiko Vainsalu invites you to explore interoperability, and why countries need it when developing e-government. Heiko shares some insights into various ways of reaching interoperability, and explains on what the approach should be based. Moreover, he sheds light on why some countries succeed and others not. More closely he discusses Mongolia's approach towards interoperability.
The episode is hosted by Federico Plantera.
Join us at the e-Governance Conference 2021.egovconference.ee/ to hear more about what helps countries become digitally interoperable! The session 'Lessons on How to Make Data Run, Not People' will feature
Ville Sirviö – Chief Executive Officer, Nordic Institute for Interoperability Solutions,
Riho Kurg – Head of Data Exchange Technologies, Cybernetica,
Arvo Ott – Director of e-Governance Technologies and Member of the Management Board, e-Governance Academy.
And will be moderated by Heiko Vainsalu.