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The OECD Observatory of Public Sector Innovation (OPSI)  and its partners at the European Commission’s Directorate-General for Research and Innovation are excited to convene innovators from around the world for a conference on Innovation in Government: The New Normal on 20-21 November 2017. The conference will highlight insights from OPSI’s work with countries that are transforming their operations and improving the lives of their people through innovation. It will bring together government leaders, public servants, and innovative partners in industry and civil society to connect, share experiences, and collaborate.

LOGISTICS
We have developed a document outlining relevant logistical information for your attendance at the conference, including travel information and details on nearby hotels. You can find this at http://oe.cd/opsiconferencelogistics

VENUE 
OECD Conference Center  - 2, rue André Pascal, 75016 Paris, France

LIVE STREAMING
All plenary sessions (CC 1), panel discussions (CC 1 and CC 5), and talks (Auditorium) will be live streamed. To view a live stream, see the link provided on the relevant session’s page (click the session below) or here: https://oecdtv.webtv-solution.com/.


CONTACTS

Questions related to the event can be addressed to the OPSI team at opsi@oecd.org

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Mark Nelson

National Endowment for Democracy/ Center for International Media Assistance
Sr. Director
Washington DC
Mark Nelson, USA, is the Senior Director at the Center for International Media Assistance (CIMA). He is a former journalist and development specialist who has written extensively on aid effectiveness, governance and the role of media in development. He joined CIMA from the World Bank, where he spent 17 years as a governance and capacity development expert. Before moving to Washington in 2004, he spent eight years in Paris as head of the World Bank Institute’s European office, where he focused on democratic governance, including the role of the media. Previously, he was European diplomatic correspondent for the Wall Street Journal, based in Brussels, Berlin and Paris. He has covered the negotiations leading to the Maastricht Treaty, the fall of the Berlin Wall, the collapse of the Soviet Union, and the war in Bosnia.
Monday, November 20
 

08:30 CET

Registration and Coffee Atrium

09:25 CET

10:45 CET

 


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