We invite you to take part in Computerworld Conference State 2.0 which has, for 8 years, been an opportunity to meet the people responsible for key IT projects at the central level.
In spite of the billions spent on digitization of public services, according to the EU index which measures progress in the field of digitization of EU countries, Poland ranks 23rd among the 28 member states, and it is the development of digital public services that is one of the 2 major challenges facing Poland according to DESI 2017.
The transitional period after the change of government, during which it was necessary to draw conclusions and develop a  strategy for digitization of the state for the coming years, resulted in a 2 year stagnation in public IT procurement. There are many indications that this period is over: work on Common State Infrastructure has been started, combining state systems and registers, work on the eHealth Strategy in Poland for 2018–2020 is underway, mID is being tested, and the ministry of digitization has announced other mDocuments. At the same time, Poland is actively participating in the implementation of the strategy of the EC’s Single Digital Market which creates a common European market of services offered online. In the context of the transformation of public services into e-services, of paramount importance is the area of personal data protection. The need to ensure the smooth operation of the state’s most important institutions in the face of advanced cyber-attacks, also used for military purposes, requires decisive action in cybersecurity. An example of such actions is the decision to form cybernetic forces.

The first day of the State 2.0 conference will focus on the most important government IT projects implemented within the framework of the EU 2014–2020 perspective and public sector cooperation with ICT tool providers, also in the context of planned large investments, such as the KSI 2.0 system

The second day will focus on the use of information technology in sectors whose development is linked to state policy: Energy, Defense Industry, Health Care and Smart City. We will consider what role the new technologies will play in these areas and which ones will be of particular importance.

 

 

  • Discussion of the state digitization strategy until 2020. 
  • The key IT projects of the government.  
  • Technology challenges related to transformation of public services into e-services.

 

  •  SMART CITY session: Best practices and smart solutions  supporting the development of Polish cities.    
  • ENERGY Session: Transformation of the Polish energy sector, tools supporting security and effectiveness of the Polish power sector. 
  • NATIONAL DEFENSE session: the role of technology in the process of ensuring security of the state and its citizens.   
  • HEALTHCARE session:  Investment priorities of the Polish health care sectors.

 

Patron of honour

Among speakers:

Maciej Bluj

Wiceprezydent Miasta Wrocławia

Wanda Buk

Podsekretarz stanu, Ministerstwo Cyfryzacji

Maciej Bukowski

Prezes, WiseEuropa

Janusz Cieszyński

Podsekretarz Stanu, Ministerstwo Zdrowia

Szymon Ciupa

Ekspert Smart City i GIS, Smart City Expert

Paweł Cybulski

Podsekretarz Stanu, Zastępca Szefa Krajowej Administracji Skarbowej, Ministerstwo Finansów

Krzysztof Dyki

Wiceprezes Zarządu ds. IT, Zakład Ubezpieczeń Społecznych

Jakub Jagielak

Security Business Development Manager, Atende

Paweł Jakubik

Dyrektor ds. Transformacji Cyfrowej w Chmurze, Microsoft

Damian Janiszewski

Architekt Rozwiązań, Technology Services, HPE Pointnext, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Polska

Marcin Jasiński

Dyrektor Działu Business Intelligence, KBJ SA

Agnieszka Kister

Dyrektor Departamentu e-Zdrowia, Ministerstwo Zdrowia

Przemysław Koch

Pełnomocnik Ministra Finansów ds. Informatyzacji, Ministerstwo Finansów

Rafał Kozioł

Członek Zarządu, KAMSOFT SA

Wojciech Lorens

Dyrektor ds. Projektów, Medicover

Jarosław Maślanka

Dyrektor, HPE Pointnext, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Polska Sp. z o.o.

Magda Matuszewska - Mikołajczyk

Dyrektor ds. rozwoju rynku regulatory software, governance, risk & compliance, Wolters Kluwer Polska

Hubert Nowak

Prezes, Urząd Zamówień Publicznych

Tadeusz Osowski

Dyrektor Biura Cyfryzacji Miasta, Urząd m.st. Warszawy

Andrzej Osuch

Dyrektor ds. Transformacji Biznesowej, Grupa LUX MED

Andrzej Pieczunko

Dyrektor Departamentu Usług i Doradztwa, Centralny Ośrodek Informatyki

Dariusz Piotrowski

VP & General Manager, Dell Technologies Polska

Alexander Raczyński

Inżynier systemowy, Forcepoint

Krzysztof Szubert

Sekretarz Stanu. Pełnomocnik Rządu RP ds. Jednolitego Rynku Cyfrowego, Ministerstwo Cyfryzacji

prof. dr hab. inż. Konrad Świrski

Profesor nadzwyczajny w Instytucie Techniki Cieplnej, Politechnika Warszawska

Piotr Towarek

Prezes Zarządu, Aplikacje Krytyczne Sp. z o.o.

Marcin Węgrzyniak

Dyrektor, Centrum Systemów Informacyjnych Ochrony Zdrowia

Adam Wojtkowski

Country Leader, Oracle Poland

Michał Woś

Podsekretarz Stanu, Ministerstwo Sprawiedliwości

Maciej Wyszoczarski

Dyrektor Pionu Sieci i Operacji, PKO Bank Polski

Michał Zajączkowski

Prezes zarządu, Hewlett Packard Enterprise Polska

Jarosław Zarychta

Dyrektor ds. Rozwoju Biznesu, Microsoft

Robert Żelazo

Dyrektor Regionalny, Palo Alto Networks

The agenda includes among others:

  • The digital priorities of the central administration by 2020  
  • The status and plans for development of major government IT projects  
  • The e-Health Strategy for years 2018–2020  
  • The action plan in the area of cyber security for the implementation of Cybersecurity Policy National Framework (KRPC) 2017–2022  
  • Business co-operation with the public administration in the area of providing public services and the use the latest technologies   
  • Projects of the last EU tranche implemented within the Digital Poland Operational Programme (POPC) 2014–2020  
  • Challenges for the public sector in the area of personal data protection, especially in the context of the entry into force  of the GDPR Regulation  
  • Information technologies supporting the development of Polish cities and the sectors of energy, defense industry and health care

LAST CONFERENCE EDITION

Conference is for:

  • Representatives of the government and undersecretaries of state 
  • Persons responsible for taking strategic decisions  in the sphere of public life and IT support of processes in the central and provincial government administration and in cities   
  • Directors of strategy and development offices
  • Heads of IT departments IT  
  • Top-level managers representing the IT sector  
  • Heads of institutions and managers supervising IT  in institutions representing the energy, defense industry, health care and local government sectors

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CONFERENCE VENUE

Conference Centre POLIN
Anielewicza 6 in Warsaw

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Organizers

Contact us:



Magdalena Szczodrońska
Tel. 662 287 935
Magdalena_Szczodronska@idg.com.pl

Klaudia Kałuska
Tel. 662 287 865
Klaudia_Kaluska@idg.com.pl

Patrycja Gielecińska
Tel. 662 287 833
Patrycja_Gielecinska@idg.com.pl

Włodzimierz Duszyk
Tel. 662 287 870
Wlodzimierz_Duszyk@idg.com.pl