23 May 2023
Egypt Partakes in DigiGov 2023

Egypt, represented by the Applied Innovation Center (AIC) of the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), is participating in Digital Government (DigiGov) 2023 Conference. The event is organized on May 23 in London, the UK, under the theme “Enhancing Government to Citizen Engagement through Digital Evolution”.

AIC is participating in the Public Sector Innovation Lightning Talks. The session presents several case studies from around the globe, including from AIC, the South Australian Government, and the Government Innovation Hub of São Paulo.

DigiGov brings together leaders in local authorities, central government, the health service, and the wider public sector to leverage new digital strategies and technology to improve citizen services and continue building a digitally-enabled state. Through best practice case studies and high-level discussions, the event will provide a space for central and local government, the National Health Service (NHS), and the private sector to come together as a digital community to debate and define the opportunities for digital transformation in the public sector.

The event agenda features sessions delivered by leading policy- and decision-makers across the technology sector. Participants have the opportunity to solve strategic problems by sharing ideas and solutions with 500+ peers and gain insights on current concerns and successes of digital government to help deliver efficient, agile, and user-focused digital services.

Established in 2020, AIC is a state-of-the-art R&D and applied research center. It employs emerging technologies such as AI, big data, robotics, IoT, high-performance computing, and others to address, analyze, and solve national challenges while creating an environment where human capital is developed and innovative startups can grow. The center uses modern technologies to develop and maintain innovative solutions in key sectors, including healthcare, agriculture, transportation, economic development, and others.
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