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Smart Governance: How Public Policy Can Keep Pace with Technological Developments

Smart Governance: How Public Policy Can Keep Pace with Technological Developments

May
20
Tuesday
 from 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Center for Strategic and International Studies
1800 K Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20006 (map)

Keynote presentation by: Mr. Pieter Cloo The Honorable Secretary-General of the Netherlands Ministry of Security and Justice

Panelists:

Dr. Robert Griffin Deputy Under Secretary for Science and Technology (Acting)

Prof. Dr. Frans Leeuw Director, Scientific Research & Documentation Center, Netherlands Ministry of Security and Justice

Dr. Christopher Kirchhoff Senior Advisor to the Counselor to the President, Office of the Chief of Staff

Dr. Rob de Wijk Director of the Hague Security Delta

Moderator:

James Andrew Lewis Director of Strategic Technologies Program CSIS

The increasing availability of data poses new challenges for governments and policy-makers all around the globe, since these fast-developing technologies affect how societies and democracies operate and organize. New policy making tools and frameworks seem to be necessary in order to effectively combat international cyber crime and to successfully promote and regulate future research, and innovation. The idea of data driven ‘smart governance' addresses these concerns.

3.00 pm - 5.00 pm Networking reception: 5.00 pm - 6.00 pm

RSVP to techpolicy@csis.org by Monday May 19, COB.

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