What Israeli Digital Government can do for you!
JBNF is proud to announce:
WHAT ISRAELI DIGITAL GOVERNMENT CAN DO FOR YOU!
Monday, December 11, 2017 * JCT Lev Academic Center
On October 10, 2014 The Israeli government established ICT Authority - the Internet Computer Technology Authority.
The vision of the ICT Authority is “a single, citizen-centric government, that places the citizen at the center that works transparently and effectively, advances innovation and puts technology at the disposal of the public”. Thus, the citizen’s interactions with the various national bodies will be greatly simplified.
The core activities of the Government ICT Authority are:
• Citizen Service Improvement
• Government Overall ICT Strategy
• Cyber security
• IT Governance
• Shared Platforms, Applications and Services
Yair Frank, Head of the <a>ICT Authority</a>, at the Prime Minister ‘s Office of Israel, will present what Israeli Digital Government can do for the citizen and for business.
In addition, a senior personality from the Israeli IT industry will talk about what Israeli business needs most from the Israeli Digital Government.
The ICT Authority is seeking the latest technologies for this initiative. It even organized a Hackthon for Digital Government startups and hopes to start 2018 to have a call for proposals for Digital Government Start- ups with the ICT Authority. JBNF, with the IGTCloud Association https://www.meetup.com/IGTCloud/ and the ICT https://www.gov.il/en/departments/units/e_government) will select ten innovative Israeli start-ups to present at an event planned for this launch.
17:30 – 18:00 Registration & Networking
• Alon Newman, Mobileye - JBNF, moderator
• Dror Atari, DG, Jerusalem Chamber of Commerce
• Avner Algom - CEO, Israel Cloud Computing Association
18:15 Pitches from companies on Digital Goverment Ideas and Products
• Tikvah Schmidt - Tide Technologies tidetechnology.com
• Yuval Wirzberger – 200App 200apps.co
• Mandi Waller – GeekApps geekapps.com
• Scott Hirsch – GSH Startup
• Rotem Shaltiel – DBS-H www.dbs-h.com
18:30 What the Israel Digital Government can do for your!
Yair Frank, Head, ICT Authority
19:00 What Business would like to see in Digital Government
Bob Rosenschein, president, Curiyo
MAKE SURE YOU BRING BUSINESS CARDS!!!
RVSP to assure your place NOW!
A 20 Shekel donation is requested at the door to help cover expenses (we are all volunteers).
JBNF (the Jerusalem Business Network Forum) is a non profit organization focused on developing Jerusalem business through networking events on business and entrepreneurship.
The IGTCloud Association (https://www.meetup.com/IGTCloud/) is a non-profit organization of leading industry companies, startups, ISVs, customers, vendors, VCs and academia, focused on innovation, knowledge sharing and networking for developing Cloud, BIG Data, AI & Data Science based technologies and solutions. It is open, independent and vendor-neutral.
About the Speaker
Yair Frank, Head of the Israeli <a>ICT Authority</a> and the Government CIO at Prime Minister’s Office.
Yair accomplished his studies and has M.A. degree, in Business Management, B.A. in Computer Science and Economics, Bar Ilan University Ramat-Gan Israel.
Among his professional activities:
• Executive CIO – Ministry of Justice until 05/2015.
• Manager of PILAT Organization Consultants, in charge of the IT and Business Strategy department.
• CIO in Partner Communication Corporation (ORANGE – IL( .
• More than 30 years of experience in the IT field.
• Significant experience in managing complicated and sizable ICT projects and ICT organizations, both in budget and personnel.
Yair Frank is married + 4 Children and have 3 grandsons.
Bob Rosenschein, CEO, Curiyo
Bob Rosenschein is an American-Israeli internet entrepreneur. He founded, built, took public, and later sold Answers.com (NASDAQ:ANSW) for $127M. Previously, he founded Accent Software, which developed multi-lingual software tools, built Dagesh, the first Windows Hebrew word processor, and consulted to Microsoft to help it add Hebrew and Arabic to Windows. Previously, he worked as a software developer for Data General, AMS, the World Bank, and Ashton-Tate. He graduated in Computer Science from MIT in 1976, received the Prime Minister of Israel’s Award for Software Achievement in 1997, and was named an Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2009 Award Finalist for the Metropolitan New York region. Bob is married + 4 children + 3 grandchildren.