Dramatic improvements in policy and decision-making are enabled through open government.
Hannover, Germany (PRWEB) March 16, 2015
The future of open government, and the challenge of overcoming political resistance, will be a central topic at CeBIT 2015 in Hannover, Germany. FreeBalance will be unveiling the latest in open data and public financial management solutions at their booth in the Public Sector Parc at Hall 7, Stand E54.
Doug Hadden, Executive Vice President, Strategy and Innovation, will also be speaking at the Public Sector Forum on Overcoming Political Resistance to Government Transparency and Accountability. The presentation will take place on Wednesday, March 18 at 11:30 a.m. at Hall 7, Stand E13.
“Dramatic improvements in policy and decision-making are enabled through open government,” said Hadden. “The demand for transparency and participation is a change challenge for governments, as is providing open and holistic technology backbones.”
CeBIT conference attendees will be invited to share their views on open data and open government as part of the FreeBalance interactive booth experience. To celebrate their Canadian heritage, FreeBalance will be giving away some Canadian staples—toques and maple candy—to participants. This discussion on open data provides a perfect backdrop for an announcement on the future of the FreeBalance Accountability Suite. Attendees and media are invited to the FreeBalance booth to get a look at the future of government.
Public Sector Parc
Hall 7, Stand E54
Overcoming Political Resistance to Government Transparency and Accountability
Speaker: Doug Hadden, Executive Vice President, Strategy and Innovation, FreeBalance
Wednesday, March 18, 11:30 a.m.
Public Sector Parc Forum
Hall 7, Stand E13
FreeBalance helps governments around the world leverage robust Public Financial Management (PFM) technology to accelerate country growth. FreeBalance software solutions for public financial and human resource management increase transparency and accountability to improve governance and reduce corruption. For more information, visit the FreeBalance website or follow us on Twitter.