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Subject: FW: [announce] Call for Proposals for the eGovernment Workshop on eID and Citizen-centric Administration

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-----Original Message-----
From: Jane Harnad [mailto:jane.harnad@oasis-open.org] 
Sent: Friday, February 15, 2008 4:58 PM
To: announce@lists.oasis-open.org
Subject: [announce] Call for Proposals for the eGovernment Workshop on eID
and Citizen-centric Administration

[The following message is sent on behalf of the OASIS eGovernment Member
Section Group, organizers of the workshop.]

To be held during the OASIS Symposium, Santa Clara, California, May 1 2008

CALL FOR PROPOSALS - Deadline of March 03, 2008

The Steering Committee of the newly established OASIS eGovernment Member
Section invites proposals for panels, presentations or discussion papers for
the eGovernment Workshop on eID and Citizen-centric Administration.

The workshop will focus on the following themes:
.	Authentification
.	Security
.	Composability for web services
.	Inter-operability frameworks
.	Implementation guidelines for open standards

Discussions at the Workshop will explore how different levels of
administration deal with these issues and how they relate to each other. It
is hoped that the debate will embrace policy as well as technology questions
and stimulate future activities in the context of the eGov Member Section,
including webinars, discussion platforms and seminars or workshops, possibly
with inter-operability demonstrations.

The provisional program for May 1st is under development. We expect the
Workshop will be from 9.0 a.m. to 3.0 p.m. with a short break for lunch. The
Workshop would have 3 Panels, each of around one-and-a half hours, with up
to 3 presentations at each Panel session. We very much hope that this
Workshop will be of interest to the business community and technology firms
as well as to the public administrations and academic specialists.

Proposals should demonstrate that they relate to the Vision and Work Program
of the OASIS eGovernment Member Section. Please submit your ideas to Sri
Gopalan of BAH, Washington by email to gopalan_sri@bah.com.      

Deadline of March 03 2008.

May we remind you, the OASIS eGov member Section welcomes ALL OASIS members!
See http://www.oasis-egov.org/

The eGovernment Member Section VISION
To promote the adoption and implementation of open standards to facilitate
interoperability and to stimulate the sharing of best practices and
examination of use cases, bringing together the public administrations at
all levels with other OASIS constituencies - enterprises, research and
academia and ICT professionals wherever they are.

The eGovernment Member Section WORK PROGRAM includes the following:

1.	Promoting interoperability frameworks by developing cooperation
projects with other relevant groups, such as Liberty, CEN, ETSI, ITU and
W3C, and to eGMS Workshop call, page 2.

2.	Engage closely with, for example, the US Government, the European
Union institutions, and the World Bank as well as the widest possible range
of governments at national/federal, regional and local levels. 

3.	Developing eGovernment guidelines that could add value by focusing
on use cases and specific requirements at different levels of public
administration in countries from varying levels of economic and
technological development. Such guidelines could also identify points at
which new standards may need to be developed and demonstrate how various
ways of implementing existing standards could accelerate the egov maturity

4.	Creating a platform for a series of activities - webinars,
workshops, discussion fora - focused on stimulating more inclusive and
citizen-centred eGov solutions. 

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