Andrea DiMaio

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A Year in Review: Top Ten for Smart Government in 2012

by Andrea Di Maio  |  December 20, 2012  |  5 Comments

For the fourth year in a row, here is my (absolutely personal) top ten in the area of government innovation.  Over the last three years the title was “Top Ten for Government 2.0”, but this term is less relevant today. What is relevant is to focus on how governments around the world are looking for […]


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Do Vendors Have A Vision for The Future of Government?

by Andrea Di Maio  |  April 18, 2009  |  1 Comment

As part of my job as an analyst I do get a fair amount of inquiries from vendors who do supply products and services to government organizations. When I have a chance, I ask them whether they have a vision paper that articulates how IT will transform government service delivery and operations in the long […]

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Europe Moves Toward a Vision for 2020: Too Little, Too Late?

by Andrea Di Maio  |  March 24, 2009  |  4 Comments

I just saw the report Value for citizens – A vision of public governance in 2020, which has been produced under the auspices of the European Commission to support discussion and work for the so-called “post-i2010 debate”. i2010 has been the European Union policy framework for activities on the Information Society and digital economy, including […]


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Standards and Recession: What’s Ahead?

by Andrea Di Maio  |  November 21, 2008  |  Comments Off

Yesterday I was invited to give a short keynote and moderate a round table at an event in Brussels (see webcast) where representatives from the ICT industry, government, standardization bodies and various associations met to discuss about whether and how to improve standardization processes in Europe and worldwide. As part of my keynote, where I […]

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