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IV International Scientific Forum

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION:

the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance

The main topics of the Forum will be opportunities and models of digitalization of public administration in Russia and abroad in order to improve the population quality of life including issues of complex system of the development of participatory practices, feedback building with citizens and realization of civil initiatives.

Registration for participation is mandatory
and is open until 12 June inclusive

Dear colleagues!

I invite you to participate in IV International Scientific Forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance». There is discussion of digitalization of public administration in Russia and abroad in order to improve the population quality of life as well issues of complex system of the development of participatory practices on the agenda. Leading politicians and experts in the field of state and municipal administration of the federal and international level as well as foreign partners of North-West Institute of Management of RANEPA.

Director of NWIM RANEPA, Doctor of Economics
The First Class Acting Adviser of the Russian Federation
Vladimir Shamakhov

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June 21-23, 2019
Saint-Petersburg

The International Scientific Forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance» will be held in Saint-Petersburg at the Presidential Library named after Boris Yeltsin and in buildings of North-West Institute of Management of Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration.

There are a lot of hotels where foreign participants can book their accommodation around the Presidential Library. Participants of the Forum pay for their accommodation on their own.

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06/21/2019 09:30 AM
06/21/2019 18:00
Europe/Moscow
Public Administration International Scientific Forum
3, Senate square, Saint-Petersburg, 190000
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forum experts

  • Vladimir Shamakhov
    Vladimir ShamakhovDirector of NWIM RANEPA, Doctor of Economics, The First Class Acting Adviser of the Russian Federation
    • Dmitriy Butashin
      Dmitriy ButashinVice Rector of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation
      • Dmitriy Yalov
        Dmitriy YalovDeputy Chairman of the Government of the Leningrad Region - Chairman of the Committee for Economic Development and Investment Activities of the Leningrad Region
        • Mikhail Priadilnikov
          Mikhail PriadilnikovDeputy Head of the Analytical Center under the Government of the Russian Federation
          • Viktoriya Kuznetsova
            Viktoriya KuznetsovaChairman of the Digital Development Committee of the Leningrad Region
            • Aleksandr Belskiy
              Aleksandr BelskiyChairman of the Committee for Territorial Development of St. Petersburg
              • Xu Deyou
                Xu DeyouDeputy Director, Department of Economics, Guangdong Institute of Public Administration
                • Ms. Ye Lan
                  Ms. Ye LanAssociate Professor of Public Administration Department at Shanghai Administration Institute
                  • Dr. Reinsalu Kristina
                    Dr. Reinsalu KristinaE-Democracy Program Director, e-Governance academy (Estonia)
                    • Dr. Györgyi Nyikos
                      Dr. Györgyi NyikosPhD, National University of Public Service (Budapest, Hungary), Head of Institute of Public Finance and Finance Law, Vice-Rector for International Affairs, Associate professor
                      • Vyacheslav Traktovenko
                        Vyacheslav TraktovenkoVice-President of Bankers House St. Petersburg, investor, entrepreneur
                        • Dr. Mikhail Zherebtsov
                          Dr. Mikhail ZherebtsovResearcher, Carleton University (Canada)
                          • Nikolai Razuvaev
                            Nikolai RazuvaevProfessor, Doctor of Law, Editor-in-Chief of the journal "Theoretical and applied jurisprudence"
                            • Igor Maksimtsev
                              Igor MaksimtsevRector of St. Petersburg State University of Economics, doctor of Economics, Professor
                              • Denis Gorulev
                                Denis GorulevDirector of the Institute of digital economy of St. Petersburg State University of Economics
                                • Andrey Maksimov
                                  Andrey MaksimovChairman of the Committee on science and higher education
                                  • Aleksey Korabelnikov
                                    Aleksey KorabelnikovChairman of the Finance Committee of St. Petersburg
                                    • Marina Lipetskaya
                                      Marina LipetskayaDirector of the Fund "Center of strategic development "North-West»
                                      • Wilfried Bergmann
                                        Wilfried BergmannProfessor, Deputy Chairman of the Board of the German-Russian forum (Germany)
                                        • Elena Ruleva
                                          Elena RulevaOmbudsman of the protection of the rights of entrepreneurs of the Leningrad region
                                          • Nikolay Bobylev
                                            Nikolay BobylevAssociate Professor of the Department of Environmental safety and sustainable development of regions of the Institute of earth Sciences of St. Petersburg state University

                                            PROGRAM

                                            Keynote:

                                            • Dr. Reinsalu Kristina, E-Democracy Program Director, e-Governance academy (Estonia): “E-Governance and Engagement of Citizens: models, e-tools and showcases”
                                            • Dr. Mikhail Zherebtsov, Researcher, Carleton University (Canada)

                                             

                                            Discussion participants:

                                            • Aleksandr Beglov, Acting Governor of St. Petersburg
                                            • Dmitrii Yalov, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Leningrad Region, Chairman of the Committee for Economic Development and Investment Activities of the Leningrad Region
                                            • Dmitrii  Butashin, Vice Rector of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation
                                            • Vladimir Shamakhov, Director of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation
                                            • Mikhail Priadilnikov, Deputy Head of the Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation
                                            • Maksim Parshin, Deputy Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Communications of the Russian Federation

                                             

                                            Moderator: Roman Gerasimov
                                            Languages: Russian, English, Chinese


                                            Dear participants!
                                            You have the opportunity to propose an issue for inclusion in the agenda of the forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance».

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                                            06/21/2019 10:15 AM
                                            06/21/2019 11:45
                                            Europe/Moscow
                                            Panel discussion “A Digital governance with a human face”
                                            3, Senate square, Saint-Petersburg, 190000

                                            Keynote:

                                            • Kristina Reinsalu, E-Democracy Program Director, e-Governance academy (Estonia): “E-Governance and Engagement of Citizens: models, e-tools and showcases”
                                            • Mikhail Zherebtsov, Researcher, Carleton University (Canada): “From “electronic” to “digital” government: public administration in the era of big data”

                                             

                                            Discussion participants:

                                            • Dmitrii  Butashin, Vice Rector of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation
                                            • Igor Maksimtsev, Rector of St. Petersburg University of Economics: “International digital security: myth or reality”
                                            • Mikhail Priadilnikov, Deputy Head of the Analytical Center for the Government of the Russian Federation
                                            • Vladimir Shamakhov, Director of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
                                            • Dmitrii Yalov, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Leningrad Region — Chairman of the Committee for Economic Development and Investment Activities of the Leningrad Region
                                            • Alexander Khodachek, President of The Higher School of Economics University – St Petersburg

                                             

                                            Moderator: Roman Gerasimov, journalist, member of the Academy of Russian Television
                                            Languages: Russian, English, Chinese


                                            Dear participants!
                                            You have the opportunity to propose an issue for inclusion in the agenda of the forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance».

                                            Add to calendar
                                            06/21/2019 10:15 AM
                                            06/21/2019 11:45
                                            Europe/Moscow
                                            Panel discussion “A Digital governance with a human face”
                                            3, Senate square, Saint-Petersburg, 190000

                                            Discussion participants:

                                            • Vladimir Vagin, Head of the Initiative Budgeting Center of the Financial Research Institute of the Ministry of Finance of the Russian Federation
                                            • Victoria Kuznetsova, Chairman of the Digital Development Committee of the Leningrad Region
                                            • Natalya Lukyanova, Deputy Chairman of the Finance Committee of St. Petersburg
                                            • Elizaveta Grechukhina, Chairman of the Committee for Urban Planning and Architecture of the Gatchina Municipal District of the Leningrad Region
                                            • Ekaterina Manzhula, Director of the Center for Urban Technologies and Spatial Development of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
                                            • Denis Gorulev, Director of the Institute of Digital Economics of St. Petersburg State University of Economics: “Problems of targeting information on the principle of anticipation, as an element of ensuring the involvement of citizens in social processes”
                                            • Alina Yashina, Program Director of ANO «Platforma NTI»
                                            • Wilfried Bergman, Deputy Chairman of the Board of the German-Russian Forum (Germany): “Social Issues of Digitalization” (Price of Digitalization for society)”
                                            • Chilla Kherendi, Doctor of the National University of Public Administration (Hungary): “Citizen Participation in the Development of Government Sites”

                                             

                                            Moderator: Roman Gerasimov, journalist, member of the Academy of Russian Television
                                            Languages: Russian, English, Chinese


                                            Dear participants!
                                            You have the opportunity to propose an issue for inclusion in the agenda of the forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance».

                                            Add to calendar
                                            06/21/2019 12:15 AM
                                            06/21/2019 13:30
                                            Europe/Moscow
                                            Panel discussion “Participations of citizens in state and municipal administration: in digital and offline”
                                            3, Senate square, Saint-Petersburg, 190000

                                            Keynote:

                                            • Inessa Tarusina, Head of the Department of Comparative Political Studies of the Faculty of International Relations and Political Studies of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “The main approaches to the organization of the expert session on the development of mechanisms for the direct participation of citizens in local self-government”
                                            • Nikolai Oskin, Director of the Karelian Resource Center for Public Organizations, Olga Vorobeva, leading specialist of the Center for Urban Spatial Development Technologies of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: Presentation of the results of the project ‘Citizens’ dialogue’
                                            • Tibor Laszlo Busko, Professor of the National University of Public Service (Hungary): “Local Public Service Management in Contemporary Hungary – from a local government point of view”

                                             

                                            Discussion participants:

                                            • Natalya Astakhova, Head of the Municipality Sennoy District Vsevolod Belikov, Chairman of the Council of municipalities of St. Petersburg
                                            • Alexander Belsky, Chairman of the Committee for Territorial Development of St. Petersburg
                                            • Elizaveta Grechukhina, Chairman of the Committee for Urban Planning and Architecture of the Gatchina Municipal District of the Leningrad Region
                                            • Artem Zubkov, Chairman of the Committee on Local Government, Public Relations and Mass Media of the Voronezh City Duma
                                            • Egor Korobkin, Expert researcher at the Infomet project center, researcher at the European University at St. Petersburg
                                            • Emil Marquart, Professor of the Higher School of Public Administration of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
                                            • Oleg Pachenkov, Director of the Center for Applied Research at the European University at St. Petersburg
                                            • Marina Fanakina, Executive Director All-Russian Congress of Municipalities

                                             

                                            Moderator: Alina Yashina, Program Director of ANO «Platforma NTI»
                                            Languages: Russian, English


                                            Dear participants!
                                            You have the opportunity to propose an issue for inclusion in the agenda of the forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance».

                                            Add to calendar
                                            06/21/2019 15:00
                                            06/21/2019 18:00
                                            Europe/Moscow
                                            Session 1: Development of civic participation in local government (final conference on the project ‘Citizens’ dialogue’)
                                            3, Senate square, Saint-Petersburg, 190000

                                            The fashion for “smart” solutions for cities is shaped by the influence of multinational technology companies, ratings and consultants from the Big Four, promising lower costs for operating engineering systems, growing creative industries and increasing attention to citizens’ interests. In Russia, the departmental project «Smart City» is being implemented in direct connection between the federal and municipal levels according to an approved standard, which also provides for the direct participation of citizens in the management of the city. However, recent studies show that, in practice, smart solutions and the real involvement of citizens in decision-making are parallel courses, intersecting only in terms of “e-complaint books” and public services platforms.

                                            Discussion participants:

                                            • Nikolai Bobylev, Associate Professor of the Department of Ecological Safety and Sustainable Development of Regions of the Institute of Earth Science of St. Petersburg University: “The current agenda for creating an environmentally comfortable urban environment in the cities of the Arctic zone of the Russian Federation”
                                            • Harald Pechlaner, Director of the Center for Applied Research at EURAC Research (Bolzano): “The development of smart cities and participatory: a contradiction or opportunity?”
                                            • Vyacheslav Traktovenko, Vice President of Banking House St. Petersburg, investor, entrepreneur: “Urban digital accelerator as a way to create a digital environment for entrepreneurs and citizens”
                                            • Vladimir Frolov, Chief Editor of Project Baltia magazine
                                            • Mustafa Harputlu, Prefect of Alanya District (Turkey): “E-government and e-governance in Turkey”
                                            • Marina Giltman, Professor of Tyumen State University
                                            • Agnes Jenei, Doctor of the National University of Public Service (Hungary)
                                            • Ksenia Klevtsova, Graduate student of the Higher School of Management of St. Petersburg University, trainee at the Institute of Territorial Planning «Urbanika»
                                            • Ekaterina Manzhula, Director of the Center for Urban Technologies and Spatial Development of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration “Smart city”: from technologies before participation of citizens in management”
                                            • Anton Finogenov, First Deputy Chairman of the Committee for Economic Development and Investment Activity of the Leningrad Region “Implementation of the Smart City Projects in the Leningrad Region”

                                             

                                            Moderator: Igor Khodachek, Head of the Department of Scientific Work of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation
                                            Language: English


                                            Dear participants!
                                            You have the opportunity to propose an issue for inclusion in the agenda of the forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance».

                                            Add to calendar
                                            06/21/2019 15:00
                                            06/21/2019 18:00
                                            Europe/Moscow
                                            Session 2: Smart cities round table (project SMARTNORTH)
                                            3, Senate square, Saint-Petersburg, 190000

                                            Problematization:

                                            The reform of control and supervisory activities in the Russian Federation is carried out through the implementation of the Program “Reform of control and supervisory activities”, approved on December 21, 2016 by the Presidium of the Presidential Council for Strategic Development and Priority Projects. Implementation period — until 2025.

                                            The Program has 8 federal projects and 16 federal control and supervision bodies, as well as regional control and supervision bodies. The goal of the Program is to reduce administrative burdens (compiling and continuously measuring the administrative burden index, introducing a risk-based approach in scheduling inspections, reducing corruption, improving the quality of control and supervision through the introduction of information and communication technologies).


                                            Questions for discussion:

                                            • What measures need to be taken to improve control and supervisory activities in terms of reducing administrative pressure on the business?
                                            • Is it possible to comply with all mandatory requirements?
                                            • How to make measures to prevent violations of mandatory requirements more effectively?
                                            • What difficulties do business representatives face when conducting inspections against them?
                                            • What needs to be changed in legislation and regulation to reduce the administrative burden and revise the mandatory requirements for entrepreneurs?
                                            • How consistent are the changes in the reform framework with business expectations?

                                             

                                            Discussion participants:

                                            • Ye Lan, Associate Professor of Public Administration Department at Shanghai Administration Institute (China): “The practical process and the endogenous mechanism of digital regulation in China — a practical study on the example of one of the district administrations to regulate the market of the city of Shanghai”
                                            • Xu Deyou, Deputy Director of the Department of Economics of Guangdong Institute of Public Administration: “Development of Institutional reform in the business sector in China — the case of Guangdong Province”
                                            • Vadim Vladimirov, Head of the Federal Antimonopoly Service in St. Petersburg
                                            • Aleksandr Getman, Director of the Center for Controlling and Risk Management of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
                                            • Denis Gorbunov, Chairman of the Committee for State Construction Supervision and State Expertise of the Leningrad Region
                                            • Ekaterina Dmitrikova, Associate professor of the Department of Administrative and Financial Law of St. Petersburg University: “Digitization of control and supervisory activities”
                                            • Peter Klotz, Professor of National University of Public Administration (Hungary): “Support of supervisory activities using databases: an assessment of the situation in Hungary”
                                            • Alexander Pleteshkov, Head of the Office of the Federal Antimonopoly Service in the Leningrad Region
                                            • Mikhail Pryadilnikov, Deputy Head of the Analytical Center under the Government of the Russian Federation
                                            • Elena Ruleva, Commissioner for the Protection of the Rights of Entrepreneurs of the Leningrad Region
                                            • Nikolay Razuvayev, Head of the Department of Civil and Labor Law of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Editor-in-Chief of the journal «Theoretical and Applied Jurisprudence»

                                             

                                            Moderator: Dmitrii Mereshkin, Deputy Director of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation
                                            Languages: Russian, English, Chinese


                                            Dear participants!
                                            You have the opportunity to propose an issue for inclusion in the agenda of the forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance».

                                            Add to calendar
                                            06/21/2019 15:00
                                            06/21/2019 18:00
                                            Europe/Moscow
                                            Session 3: Reform of state supervisory activities
                                            3, Senate square, Saint-Petersburg, 190000

                                            Questions for discussion:

                                            • Digital state as a system of procedures which efficiency is ensured by digital technologies.
                                            • Management tools and technologies in a digital state.
                                            • Legal regulation of virtual objects (cryptocurrency, accounts in social networks, non-documentary securities, etc.).
                                            • Participation of citizens and their associations in digital management.
                                            • Prospects for digital control in Russia.
                                            • Law and technology of digital transformation of society.
                                            • Myths and phobias of digital society.

                                             

                                            Keynote:

                                            • Sergey Tsyplyaev, Dean of the Law Faculty of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Myths and phobias of the digital society”
                                            • Pavel Golosov, Dean of the Faculty of Information Technology and Data Analysis of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Digital Transformation of Society”

                                             

                                            Moderator: Nikolai Razuvaev, Head of the Department of Civil and Labor Law of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Editor-in-Chief of the journal «Theoretical and Applied Jurisprudence»
                                            Language: Russian


                                            Dear participants!
                                            You have the opportunity to propose an issue for inclusion in the agenda of the forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance».

                                            Add to calendar
                                            06/22/2019
                                            06/22/2019
                                            «Digital Society: What? Where? When?»
                                            Faculty of Law of the North-West Institute of Management of RANEPA
                                            Vasilyevsky Island, 7 line, 16/18, 199034

                                            Conducted by the Change Management Center of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Service in conjunction with the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Service and the Government of the Leningrad Region.

                                            Subject and areas of discussion:

                                            • What is the role of society (citizens and business) in the construction of modern public administration. Presentation of the matrix of modern public administration.
                                            • «Strategy»: how regions can improve the quality and speed of managing the implementation of national goals (projects) through dialogue with the consumer (citizens and business).
                                            • “Processes”: how to build public services convenient for citizens and businesses and where to find reserves for their implementation.
                                            • “Personnel”: a service approach as one of the key success factors for a region, which is necessary to do in order to create a competitive staff of regional authorities.
                                            • Behavioral instayty in public administration (instruments of indirect influence on decision-making processes).
                                            • Process management: creating a system (the experience of the Leningrad region on the reengineering of internal processes in the Government of the region).

                                            The role of digital technology is discussed in each of the topics and areas of discussion,

                                            Discussion participants:

                                            • Natalya Dobryagina, Head of the Strategic Development Department of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
                                            • Emil Marquart, Professor of the Higher School of Public Administration of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
                                            • Dmitrii Mereshkin, Deputy Director of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
                                            • Vyatcheslav Pinchuk, Head of the Department of Socio-Economic Development, Macroeconomic Analysis and Forecast of the Committee for Economic Development and Investment Activity of the Leningrad Region
                                            • Vladimir Shamakhov, Director of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
                                            • Dmitrii Yalov, Deputy Chairman of the Government of the Leningrad Region — Chairman of the Committee for Economic Development and Investment Activities of the Leningrad Region
                                            • Representatives of the executive bodies of state authorities of the subjects of the Russian Federation, expert and scientific communities

                                             

                                            Moderators:

                                            • Dmitrii Butashin, Vice Rector of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation
                                            • Aleksey Shipov, Director of the Change Management Center of the Russian Academy of National Economy and Public Administration under the President of the Russian Federation

                                            Language: Russian


                                            Dear participants!
                                            You have the opportunity to propose an issue for inclusion in the agenda of the forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance».

                                            Add to calendar
                                            06/22/2019
                                            06/22/2019
                                            Europe/Moscow
                                            Panel discussion «Modern public administration: reducing the distance between government and society»
                                            Medikov prospect, 3, Saint-Petersburg

                                            Problematization:

                                            • Practical analysis of the effect of digitalization on the life of Russian society and its civil institutions
                                            • Comparative analysis of Russian and foreign experience on the digitalization of social, electoral and other communications

                                             

                                            Questions for discussion:

                                            • Civil society as a subject of public policy
                                            • Digital technologies in the network society
                                            • The impact of digital technologies on the activities of civil society: Russian and foreign experience
                                            • Security in a digital society: threats and challenges.
                                            • Digital technology in management.
                                            • Big data technology in the socio-political sphere: a blessing or a threat to society?
                                            • Blockchain technology in public practice.

                                             

                                            Keynote:

                                            • Natalia Eremina, Associate Professor at the Department of European Studies, St. Petersburg University: “Digital Security in BRICS”
                                            • Alexey Kaplunenko, Graduate student at St. Petersburg University: “The problem of analyzing the structure of the political possibilities of digitalization of public administration in Russia: the regional aspect”
                                            • Alexander Balayan, Associate Professor, Department of Applied Political Science of National Research University Higher School of Economics — St. Petersburg; Leonid Tomin, Associate Professor of the Department of Political Administration of St. Petersburg University: “Digitalization vs human rights: the political effects of the development of “smart cities ”in a comparative perspective”
                                            • Kirill Neverov, Assistant of the Department of Political Management of St. Petersburg University: “The use of competitive and cooperative strategy based on blockchain technology to improve the efficiency of manageability”
                                            • Lilia Tomachuk, Associate Professor of the Department of International Relations of the North-West Institute of Management, Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “China’s Digital Economy: Risks and Opportunities”
                                            • Elizaveta Pronyakina, Associate Professor of the Department of International Relations of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration; Karolina Kokoeva, Graduate student of the International Relations Department of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Features of the interaction of government representatives with citizens in social networks (on the example of the project «Your Budget» and the page A. Beglova in «Vkontakte»)”
                                            • Jovan Ananiev, Dean of the Law Faculty of the Goce Delchev University — Stip (Northern Macedonia): “Citizen participation in various forms of digital democracy: opportunities and risks”
                                            • Nikolay Baranov, Professor of the Department of International Relations of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Openness vs. security: priorities for the state and civil society in the conditions of digitalization”
                                            • Anastasia Nikolaenko, Associate Professor of the Department of International Relations of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “The Role of Information Systems in Ensuring the Work of Reception Campaigns of Russian Universities”
                                            • Olga Popova, Head of the Department of Political Institutions and Applied Political Studies of St. Petersburg University: “Public opinion on the security of using the services of the digital government (cases of St. Petersburg and the Leningrad Region)”
                                            • Natalya Vasilyeva, Professor of the Department of World Politics of St. Petersburg University: “Problems of development of on-line education in the Russian Federation”
                                            • Diana Budko, Assistant of the Department of Political Institutions and Applied Political Studies of St. Petersburg University: “Political folklore and digital technologies in a networked society”
                                            • Leonid Smorgunov, Head of the Department of Political Management of St. Petersburg University: “State control in the conditions of digital control”
                                            • Anna Volkova, Professor of the Department of Political Administration of St. Petersburg University: “Digital Vigilance”: Ethics of Networking and the Limits of Civil Control ”
                                            • Ziad Shahud, Graduate student of the Faculty of International Relations of St. Petersburg University: “Problems and prospects of digital diplomacy of Russia in the Arab world (on the example of Syria)”

                                             

                                            Moderators:

                                            • Nikolay Baranov, Professor of the Department of International Relations of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
                                            • Leonid Smorgunov, Head of the Department of Political Management of St. Petersburg University

                                            Language: Russian


                                            Dear participants!
                                            You have the opportunity to propose an issue for inclusion in the agenda of the forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance».

                                            Add to calendar
                                            06/22/2019
                                            06/22/2019
                                            “The Risks of digitalization for civil society: Russian and foreign experience”
                                            Faculty of International Relations and Political Studies of the North-West Institute of Management of RANEPA
                                            Tuchkov alley, 7, Saint-Petersburg, 199004

                                            Problematization:

                                            • Insufficient dissemination of basic skills of using information technologies among state and municipal employees. The need to adjust the system of personnel reproduction in the field of information technology.
                                            • High level of dependence of the Russian market on foreign products in the field of information technologies (lack of a national “component base”).
                                            • Lack of mass interactive interaction of citizens and organizations with state authorities in the provision of public services.
                                            • The fragmentation of state information resources, the inability to compare the data contained in these resources, as well as significant duplication of information.
                                            • Low level of legal protection of intellectual property.
                                            • The intensity and speed of interaction between society and government bodies requires new approaches. Lack of algorithms for solving new problems.
                                            • Growth of organization’s reputational risks due to information security incidents.
                                            • Heterogeneity of the country. Insufficiently high level of socio-economic development of many subjects of the Russian Federation. The high level of differences in the use of information technology in regional households.

                                             

                                            Actual topics:

                                            • Interactive forms of information interaction of civil servants with the public.
                                            • Features of the provision of information services to socially vulnerable groups of the population.
                                            • The role of information departments and press services in the activities of state and municipal authorities.
                                            • The effectiveness of the use of information technology in the activities of public authorities.
                                            • Information and analytical support for the adoption of decisions by the state authorities of the Russian Federation and local governments in the field of government and local self-government.

                                             

                                            Discussion questions:

                                            • The development of technical means of communication, processing, providing information — a factor in changing the existing world and the existing social and industrial relations («digital challenge»).
                                            • The increasing role of the state as a service structure ensuring the provision of relevant state services to the population.
                                            • Using regional experience in creating innovative enterprises and creating IT clusters

                                             

                                            Keynote:

                                            • Valery Chebekov, Member of the Russian Association of Political Consultants: “Election PR: how to form an election campaign headquarters using the resources of the candidate’s press service”
                                            • Tatiana Smolina, Chief Editor of the Multimedia Complex at Boris Yeltsin Presidential Library: “Promotion of the Presidential Library in the external environment by means of digital technologies”
                                            • Alexander Seleznev, Chief editor of the municipal newspaper «Slavyanka»: “The Role of Municipal Publications in Promoting the Ideas of a Digital State”

                                             

                                            Reports:

                                            • Vladimir Aleksandrov, Professor of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “The idea of a digital state in the face of the national cultural tradition of understanding the meaning of state power”
                                            • Elena Vakulova, Associate Professor of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Unification and office-based nihilism in the system of documentation management”
                                            • Olesya Gluschenko, Professor of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Semiotic aspects of citizen communication with government representatives in the digital environment (using the example of the St. Petersburg website Nash St. Petersburg)
                                            • Natalya Gorbatova, Associate Professor of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “The impact of modern information trends on the content and forms of information departments of government and management”
                                            • Nikita Grishanin, Associate Professor of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “The perception of the idea of a digital state among Russian citizens and the influence of the reputation of public authorities on its promotion”
                                            • Olga Degtyareva, Associate Professor of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “The Role of Tactical Media in the Information Society”
                                            • Tatyana Ivashkovskaya, Associate Professor of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Vladimir Pavlov, Associate Professor of the Department of the State and Municipal Administration of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Social and humanitarian aspects of the formation of public servants in the conditions of informatization of the educational process”
                                            • Irina Ivanchuk, Professor of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Spoken language and public speech: principles of language policy of the era of digitalization”
                                            • Maxim Kim, Head of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Media Audience in the digital environment: interaction features”
                                            • Dmitry Kokko, Senior Lecturer of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications, North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Promotion of the ideas of the digital state and the Russian reality with concrete examples”
                                            • Svetlana Levina, Associate Professor of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Obtaining digital services by the population: problems, needs, attitudes”
                                            • Larisa Lytkina, Professor of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “New media and government structures: expanding the functionality”
                                            • V. Pavlov, Post-Graduate Student of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Issues of information security in the conditions of “digitalization” of public life in modern Russia”
                                            • Irina Trushina, Associate Professor of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Word and number; Issues of digital state ecology — epistemological and axiological aspects”

                                             

                                            Moderator: Maxim Kim, Head of the Department of Journalism and Media Communications of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

                                            Language: Russian


                                            Dear participants!
                                            You have the opportunity to propose an issue for inclusion in the agenda of the forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance».

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                                            06/22/2019
                                            06/22/2019
                                            «The role of information departments and press services of state and municipal authorities in promoting the ideas of a digital state among citizens of the Russian Federation»
                                            Faculty of Social Technology of the North-West Institute of Management of RANEPA
                                            Chernyakhovskogo street, 6/10, Saint-Petersburg, 191119

                                            Problematization:

                                            Digitalization requires the introduction of information technology in all areas of social activity, including personnel management, social work and social services, in the work of counseling psychologists. There are both objective barriers to this process, in particular the impossibility of “digitizing” social problems, a person and his activity by analogy with economic and technical problems and processes, the lack of necessary databases, and subjective, first of all, insufficient qualifications of social workers, human resources workers to use information technology at the right level. An equally difficult problem is motivation of staff to participate in the digitalization of internal organizational processes and professional activity. Digitization of the social sphere leads to the intensification of labor and staff reduction, transformation of the usual routine practices, the emergence of new problems. The challenge is to proactively assess the negative effects of digitalization and develop measures to combat them. The role of the state in the digitalization process will be different. For social services, it acts as a source (initiator) of change, creating the necessary technical material and financial possibilities for digitization of the social sphere, including changing the standards of social service for the population. For business and public organizations, digitalization is a prerequisite for adaptation to a changing environment, so they are interested in it (for example, working with social networks or informing their clients, target groups through websites), so here the state’s activity is more likely to be control and permit (licensed) and regulatory nature (for example, blocking individual pages and sites on the Internet)

                                            Actual topics:

                                            • Prospects for the development of the pointed area
                                            • Best examples of best practices
                                            • Focus points for lively discussion of track members

                                             

                                            Discussion questions: The effectiveness of measures taken in this area; challenges and opportunities; awareness raising and qualification programs in this area; stimulation to actions of representatives of the specified area and attraction of new participants; search for development models; change of legislation, etc.

                                            Reports:

                                            • Inna Vetrenko, Head of the Department of Social Technologies of the NorthWest Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Socio-political problems of the formation of the digital society in Russia”
                                            • Anatoly Klyuev, Professor of the Department of Social Technologies of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Trends of humanization of public education in the system of formation of personal values”
                                            • Liu Zhongqi, Professor of the Department of Sociology of the Shanghai Administrative Institute: “Research and analysis of the development of a social credit system in the PRC”
                                            • Larisa Kozyreva, Professor of the Department of Social Technologies of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Digital transformation of the world of work and challenges to the generation Z”
                                            • Inna Orlova, Associate Professor of the Department of Social Technologies of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Digitization of the provision of state social services”
                                            • Lilia Akhmerova, Associate Professor of the Department of Social Technologies of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Social aspects of the modernization of socio-economic relations in the digital economy”
                                            • Galina Tsinchenko, Associate Professor of the Department of Social Technologies of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Digital technologies and social services”
                                            • Daria Nikitina, 2nd year graduate student of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Socialization of young people in the conditions of digitalization”
                                            • Olga Shkurupey, 2nd year graduate student of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Transformation of social support for citizens in the era of digitalization”
                                            • Evgenia Petelchuk, 4th year graduate student of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Features of corporate social responsibility as a tool for social and economic growth”
                                            • A. Kurysheva, 3rd year graduate student of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Problems of education in the field of information and communication technologies in the new era”
                                            • Gennady Kuznetsov, Professor of the Department of Social Technologies of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Creative learning technologies for managing social processes in a digital state”

                                             

                                            Invited participants: representatives of state and municipal authorities, specialized NGOs, and also scientists from other universities of St. Petersburg and the Russian Federation

                                            Moderator: Inna Vetrenko, Head of the Department of Social Technologies of the NorthWest Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

                                            Languages: Russian, Chinese

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                                            06/22/2019
                                            06/22/2019
                                            «The role of information departments and press services of state and municipal authorities in promoting the ideas of a digital state among citizens of the Russian Federation»
                                            Faculty of Social Technology of the North-West Institute of Management of RANEPA
                                            Chernyakhovskogo street, 6/10, Saint-Petersburg, 191119

                                            Reaching strategic priorities and projects for the development of digital transformation of the economy and business sectors on the basis of «through» technologies to achieve the goals of the objectives:

                                            • Developing a common understanding by participants of goals and priorities within the framework of a business digitalization strategy
                                            • Formation of a pool of strategic priorities (digital services and services, digital design, production and service)
                                            • The role of the state in the formation and implementation of digital technology trends

                                             

                                            Reports:

                                            • Tatiana Chernetskaya, Associate Professor of the Department of Economics of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration; Svetlana Chubinskaya-Nadezhdina, Associate Professor of the Department of Economics of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “The Genesis of the Concept“ Digital Economy ”in the Context of the Development of the Russian Economy”
                                            • Dmitry Desyatnichenko, Associate Professor of the Department of Economics of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration, Olesya Desyatnichenko, Associate Professor of the Department of Economics of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “The potential and tools of digitalization for the innovative development of state and municipal government in Russia”
                                            • Evgenia Kuklina, Professor of the Department of Business Informatics of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Risks of institutional innovation”
                                            • Anatoly Zaporozhan, Professor of the Department of Economics of the NorthWest Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Monetization of the Russian economy”
                                            • Vladimir Sibirev, Associate Professor of Social Analysis and Mathematical Methods in Sociology of St. Petersburg University, Vladislav Sibirev, Associate Professor of the Department of Economics of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Digitalization of the labor market in the Russian Federation”
                                            • Maria Konyagina, Professor of the Department of Economics of the NorthWest Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “The Impact of Digitalization on the Development of Corporate Governance in Russia”
                                            • Aleksandr Tsatsulin, Professor of the Department of Management of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration: “Competition in the product markets of mobile operators”

                                             

                                            Moderator: Alexander Nescheret, Head of the Educational Directorate “Management” of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

                                            Language: Russian


                                            Dear participants!
                                            You have the opportunity to propose an issue for inclusion in the agenda of the forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance».

                                            Add to calendar
                                            06/22/2019
                                            06/22/2019
                                            «Implementation of digital technology trends to improve the competitiveness of economic entities»
                                            Faculty of Economics and Finance of the North-West Institute of Management of RANEPA
                                            Dnepropetrovskaya street, 8, Saint-Petersburg, 191119

                                            Problematization:

                                            • Modern digital tools in government
                                            • Big data processing issues
                                            • Territory development
                                            • Personnel training

                                             

                                            Moderators:

                                            • Aleksey Balashov, Head of the Department of State and Municipal Administration, Head of the Educational Department “State and Municipal Administration” of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration
                                            • Alexey Kurlov, Director of the Center for Technologies for Corporate and Public Administration of the Research Laboratory for Russian Studies, Eurasianism and Sustainable Development of the North-West Institute of Management of the Russian Presidential Academy of National Economy and Public Administration

                                            Language: Russian


                                            Dear participants!
                                            You have the opportunity to propose an issue for inclusion in the agenda of the forum «Public Administration: the role of citizens in the formation of digital governance».

                                            Add to calendar
                                            06/22/2019
                                            06/22/2019
                                            Flexible project management in government: digital tools
                                            Faculty of State and Municipal Administration of the North-West Institute of Management of RANEPA
                                            Vasilyevsky Island, Srednii prospect,57/43, room 608, Saint-Petersburg, 199178
                                            Add to calendar
                                            06/23/2019
                                            06/23/2019
                                            Award winners «Petersburg official» in Menshikov palace
                                            Universitetskaya embankment., 15, Saint-Petersburg, 199034

                                            Information Package

                                            An Information Package is planned to be published according to results of the Forum.

                                             

                                            Materials are being accepted for publication.

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                                            1. Presidential Library of Boris Yeltsin (Senate square, 3)
                                            2. Faculty of Social Technology (Chernyakhovskogo street, 6/10)
                                            3. Faculty of International Relations and Political Studies (Tuchkov alley, 7)
                                            4. Faculty of State and Municipal Administration (Vasilyevsky Island, Srednii prospect, 57/43)
                                            5. Faculty of Economics and Finance (Dnepropetrovskaya street, 8)
                                            6. Faculty of Law (Vasilyevsky Island, 7 line, 16/18)
                                            7. Menshikov palace (Universitetskaya embankment, 15)
                                            8. Agency for Strategic Initiatives “Boiling point” (Medikov avenue, 3)

                                             

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                                            Contacts

                                            Address: Pesochnaya embankment, 4, Saint-Petersburg (North-West Institute of Management of RANEPA)

                                            Forum coordinator: Darina Krivova – leading specialist of scientific work department of NWIM RANEPA.

                                            Tel.: +7 (812) 335-94-94, add. 7093.

                                            E-mail: krivova-ds@ranepa.ru

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