07 November, 2017
Co-founder and director of Stance Global, Andy Beale is an experienced technology leader. Former chief technology officer for the British government and Guardian News & Media, Beale was responsible for the UK government's technology strategy by creating its digital service. Responsible for the cultural change throughout the civil service, he worked extensively on topics such as cyber threat, trade reform and data science both in the domestic and international markets.
02 November, 2017
Ana Neves is an European expert of the Sector Dialogues Support Facility and general director of Knowman, a company based in Portugal and a reference in specialised consultancy in knowledge management, organisational learning, cultural change and social networks. She was the creator of KMOL (http://kmol.pt) and co-organised the books "Gestão de Empresas na Era do Conhecimento" (“Business Management in the Age of Knowledge”) and "Dá Pra Fazer – Gestão do Conhecimento e Inovação no Setor Público" (It can be done - Knowledge Management and Innovation in the Public Sector). She is also responsible for the event Citizenship 2.0 (http://cidadania20.com), which promotes projects that use social tools and open data to promote dialogue and participation.
30 October, 2017
Leading the Modernization Department of the Ministry of Planning (MP) since 2015, Luis Felipe Salin Monteiro has the challenge to implement innovation in the public sector, accelerating projects that transform the access, delivery and quality of the services offered by the federal government of Brazil.
27 October, 2017
Artificial intelligence in the public sector, Internet of Things (IoT), Machine Learning in governmental innovation policies, challenges to the Brazilian Digital Government, digital technology and public administration relationship with citizens, were just some of the main topics discussed during the Third Innovation Week in Public Management, which ended on Thursday (19), in Brasilia. The event, which was broadcasted live and had a translation into sign language, was organised by the Ministry of Planning, Development and Management (MP) in partnership with the National School of Public Administration (Enap) and sponsored by the Sector Dialogues Support Facility, partnership established between the European Union and Brazil.
17 October, 2017
The third Innovation Week in Public Management started this Monday (16), in the auditorium of the National School of Public Administration (Enap), with the participation of representatives of the federal government, the European Union (EU) and the embassies of Colombia and France. During the event, the 21st Competition on Innovation in the Public Sector took place, and also the launch of the 22nd edition. This third edition is organized by the Ministry of Planning, Development and Management (MP), in partnership with Enap and supported by the Sector Dialogues Support Facility European Union - Brazil, with the aim of increasing institutionalism in the Public Sector Innovation Network (InovaGov).
16 October, 2017
Debating and reflecting over the current digital transformation movement, which is sweeping through the Brazilian federal government, and based on an innovative and dynamic format with public interaction, is the main focus of the Third Innovation Week in Public Management, that takes place from October 16th – 19th, at the National School of Public Administration (Enap), in Brasília.
11 October, 2017
The Brazilian delegation accomplishes its objective in Europe, after the last mission to address issues of domestic violence, visiting governmental and non-governmental institutions, which are active in tackling domestic violence in Lisbon (Portugal). During 14 days, this delegation, composed by Brazilian Federal Government officials and the Brazilian National Council of Public Prosecution (CNMP), has also visited Rome and Vilnius, with the aim of exchanging experiences and knowledge on the most effective practices in dealing with gender-based crimes between Brazil and Europe.
09 October, 2017
From 4 to 6 October, Rio de Janeiro hosted the 8th Luso-Brazilian Conference on Open Access (ConfOA), under the theme "From Open Access to Open Science." With a rotating cooperation between Brazil and Portugal, the ConfOA aims to bring together Portuguese and Brazilian communities that carry out research and development activities, service’s management and policies related to Open Access to knowledge and Open Science, with the purpose of promoting the sharing, discussion and dissemination of knowledge, practices and research on these themes, through repositories and open access journals.
27 September, 2017
The international mission promoted by Brazil and the European Union to address the issue of violence against women and femicide, which has already visited the capital cities of Lithuania and Italy, has made it possible to exchange experiences and knowledge on the most effective practices in dealing with gender-based crimes.
15 September, 2017
During its 17th meeting on September 13th in Brussels, the EU-Brazil Joint Committee reviewed progress under the EU-Brazil Strategic Partnership, which celebrates its 10th anniversary this year.
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