Government Panels


Tuesday, June 10
9.00 - 10.30 Hotel Golf, Concordia Hall
eDemocracy
Chair:
Julia Glidden, Managing Director, United Kingdom
& Europe
election.com, United States
Panelists:

eEngagement - hands on, in the street education and outreach
Charles Lowe
, Consultant
eEuorpean Forum, United Kingdom

eConsultation - high tech, interactive youth consultation product
Chris Quiqley
, Managing Director
Eurobandits, United Kingdom

eInformation - comprehensive, real time issues and candidate portal
Jackie Mildner
, Policy Coordinator
League of Women's Voters, United States

eVoting - world's largest high tech election in history
Ken Bellamy
, Head of ICT and eGovernment
Sheffield City Council, United Kingdom

11.00 - 12.30 Hotel Golf, Libertas Hall
eCommerce, Terrorism, And Security
Chair:
John R. Harrald, Professor & Director
Institute for Crisis, Disaster, and Risk Management, The George Washington University, United States & Immediate Past President, The International Emergency Management Society – TIEMS
Panel members:
The Survival of eCommerce Systems after the World Trade Center Attacks
John R. Harrald, Professor
YounHee Kim, PhD Student
Department of Engineering Management and Systems Engineering, The George Washington University, United States
Protecting eCommerce Against the Unknown and Unseen Enemy
Theresa Jefferson, Professor
Julie C.H. Ryan, Professor
Institute for Crisis, Disaster, and Risk Management, The George Washington University, United States
Examining the Process for Developing Security Standards eCommerce and Maritime Security
Dennis"Mike" Egan, Director
Homeland Security Intermodal Transportation, Systems Planning Corporation, United States
Disaster and Risk Management: Slovenia’s Perspective
Iztok Podbregar, Director & Assistant Professor
Slovenian Intelligence and Security Agency, Government of the Republic of Slovenia & Faculty of Organizational Sciences, University of Maribor, Slovenia
Andrej Sotlar, Lecturer & Deputy Head
Department of Security, College of Police and Security Studies, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
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14.00 - 15.30 Hotel Golf, Libertas Hall
Perspectives On eDemocracy
Chair:
Paul Cunningham, President & CEO
IIMC International Information Management Corporation Limited, Ireland
Panel members:
Primary Elections in Palermo: a Case Study
Jesse Marsh, Principal Partner
Atelier Studio Associato, Italy
New eDemocracy research in FFRC
Tuomo Kuosa
, Researcher
Finland Futures Research Centre, Finland

eDemocracy and the New Political Economy

Jonathan Cave
, Senior Economist
RAND Europe (and University of Warwick), U
nited Kingdom