GovTech Leaders Gathering
In addition to the GovTech Leaders conference on May 9th, GovTech Lab together with the CivTech Alliance is hosting the GovTech Leaders Gathering!
The event will take place in person in Vilnius on the 10th-12th of May. It will gather GovTech programme leaders and representatives from numerous European countries, the US, Brazil, Australia, and New Zealand. The three days will consist primarily of workshops with topics ranging from programme management and business case development to procurement and contracting models, capacity building, impact and evaluation. There will be time for networking and conversations between peers.
This event is organized in cooperation with UK Science and Innovation Network and British Embassy Vilnius. This is an extraordinary opportunity to meet and learn from GovTech programs’ representatives. This gathering will be a continuation of the workshop held in Hague during GovTech Summit with more than 24 organizations present.
The capacity for the gathering is very limited, but if you are a leader of the GovTech programme in your country, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the invitation.
May 10, Wednesday
09:30 Greetings and introductions
10:00 Procuring GovTech // Structure of GovTech Accelerators
11:15 Coffee break
11:35 Attracting Public Sector Organisations and Selecting Challenges // Activities Beyond Programmes: What Else Should GovTech Teams Do?
12:50 Lunch break
13:50 Attracting and Selecting Startups // Funding and Business Models of GovTech Programmes
15:05 Coffee break
15:25 Impact and Evaluation (of Programmes and Projects)
16:40 Free time
May 11, Thursday
9:30 CivTech Alliance Session
11:00 Coffee break
11:30 OECD Workshop: How Does an Ideal GovTech Country Look Like?
13:00 Lunch break
14:00 Ethical AI in the Public Sector: Balancing Innovation and Responsibility
16:00 Walking Tour Around Vilnius
18:00 Free time
May 12, Friday
9:00 GovTech Programmes Case Studies + Q&A
10:45 Coffee break
11:15 International Collaboration
12:45 Wrap Up
Event is funded from the European regional development fund.