The role of citizens in building a Digital state
The IV International Scientific Forum "Public Administration: the Role of Citizens in Building a Digital state" was held on June 20−23, 2019 in St. Petersburg, traditionally organized by the Northwestern Institute of Management of the RANEPA.
The venue of the Forum was the Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library (June 21), the venues of the NWIM RANEPA (June 20 and 22), ASI "Tochka Kipeniya" (June 22) and the Menshikov Palace (June 23).
More than 550 people took part in the Forum over four days: politicians and leading experts in the field of public and municipal administration, representatives of corporations, large industrial enterprises, small and medium-sized businesses, scientific and educational organizations (in particular: RANEPA, FRI of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation, St. Petersburg University, St. Petersburg State University of Economics, HSE, European University in St. Petersburg, Tyumen State University, e-Governance Academy (Estonia), Carleton University (Canada), National University of Public Administration (Hungary), Shanghai Administrative Institute and Guangdong Administrative Institute (China), UGD, Stip (Northern Macedonia), graduates of different years and students of the Northwestern Institute of Management.
More than 300 people took part in the plenary session, including: representatives of state authorities — 45 people, representatives of universities — 47 people, employees and teachers of the RANEPA — 55, foreign participants from Canada, Estonia, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Turkey, China, Northern Macedonia, Belarus, Syria, India, Kazakhstan, France and South Korea, Norway, Uzbekistan — 56 people, students of the NWIM RANEPA — more than 50 people. The plenary session of the Forum was broadcast live in the section "Internet Broadcasting" on the portal of the Presidential Library.
More than 20 mass media of both federal and regional levels took part in the coverage of the Forum, in particular, "Rossiyskaya Gazeta
", "Russia Today", "Federal News Agency", "Nevsky News", "Peterburgskij dnevnik", Saint Petersburg television, as well as official portals of authorities.