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Future State: Innovation for the People
On March 30-31st 2016 in Santiago, Chile, the Laboratorio de Gobierno of the Chilean Government and the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), host Future State: Innovation for the People, an international public innovation conference.
Future State 2016 is primarily open to public sector practitioners, social entrepreneurs and civil society organisations working in the field of public sector innovation. The core of the discussion will be citizen-focused innovation, labs, and the challenges of enabling innovation in the public sector.
Atlas of eHealth country profiles 2015
The third global survey on eHealth conducted by the WHO Global Observatory for eHealth (GOe) has a special focus – the use of eHealth in support of universal health coverage. eHealth plays a vital role in promoting universal health coverage in a variety of ways. This Atlas presents data collected on 125 WHO Member States. 
The Panamerican Health Organization also has launched two documents on eHealth: "Electronic Medical Records in Latin America and the Caribbean" and "eHealth in Latin America and the Caribbean: interoperability standards review".
Cybersecurity: Are We Ready in Latin America and the Caribbean? - See more at: https://publications.iadb.org/handle/11319/7449?locale-attribute=en&locale-attribute=pt&locale-attribute=es&#sthash.hLeqVC6L.dpuf
The manner in which nation states and regions address cybersecurity capacity is essential for effective, efficient, and sustainable cybersecurity. The 2016 Cybersecurity Report is the result of the collaboration between the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Organization of American States (OAS), and the Global Cyber Security Capacity Centre (GCSCC) at the University of Oxford. The report presents a complete picture and update on the status of cybersecurity (risks, challenges, and opportunities) of Latin America and the Caribbean countries. The first section consists of a series of essays on cybersecurity trends in the region contributed by internationally recognized experts in the field. The second examines the "cyber maturity" of each country through the Cybersecurity Capability Maturity Model (CMM), which approaches cybersecurity considerations through five dimensions of capacity and evaluates them along five maturity stages for each of its 49 indicators. The CMM is the first of its kind in terms of the breadth and depth in each aspect of cybersecurity capacity. It is built on a foundation of multi-stakeholder consultation and respect for human rights, carefully balancing the need for security to enable economic growth and sustainability while respecting the right of freedom of expression and the right to privacy.
IX Annual Meeting of the Red Gealc
The IX Annual Meeting of the Electronic Government Network of Latin America and the Caribbean (Red GEALC),will be held in Mexico City on October 26 and 27, 2015.
This meeting, organized by the Government of Mexico, the Organization of American States (OAS) and the Inter-American Development Bank (IADB), has as objective to bring e-government authorities of the countries of Latin America and the Caribbean to address regional issues, learn about global trends in the field and share experiences. The delegations will discuss the 2015 activity report, work on the commitments and the proposed Work Plan 2016, and will elect the members of the Executive Committee, which will begin to work from December 2015, during a year,
Open data   |   Trinidad and Tobago News   |   By: usuario.senatics

Regional Conference On Broadband and Open Data

Trinidad and Tobago, August 25- 27

Regional Conference On Broadband and Open Data
The Ministry of Science and Technology with support from the Ministry of Finance and the Economy and the World Bank Group, will host a three day regional conference titled ‘Caribbean TIDE: Technology and Innovation for the Digital Economy in the Caribbean' from August 25- 27 at the Hilton Trinidad and Conference Centre, Port of Spain. This inaugural Caribbean TIDE conference will explore the latest trends in the region related to Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) for Economic Development, with a special emphasis on the importance of broadband infrastructure for supplying connectivity, and the economic and social value of open data as a tool for increased governance and transparency.
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