Nancy Routzouni

E-Governance Advisor to the Deputy Minister of Administrative Reform and e-Governance of Greece

Ms Routzouni has been working as a Senior Information Technology Consultant for the Hellenic Ministry of Administrative Reform and e-Governance since February 2009. She is responsible for the analysis and management of medium and large scale government ICT projects with focus on the implementation of the Ministry's Open Government strategy. She is the Project Manager of the Transparency Programme in Greece, one of the major transparency initiatives of the Greek Government, Spokesperson for Greece at the Open Government Partnership (OGP) and a member of the project management team responsible for the design of the business plan for the implementation of Law 3979/2011 for e-Government.
Before joining the Public Sector she has worked on the analysis and development of SW Banking Applications for the German Bank Bayerische Hypo-Und Vereinsbank (2004 – 2009), and previously as the e-Solutions Manager for the Greek SW House Athens Technology Center S.A. (ATC) (1999-2004) dealing with the planning, coordination, control and budgeting of the projects that fall to e-commerce, e-banking and e-learning activities. She has been involved in the management, scheduling and supervision of SW implementation teams, in IT Project Management, Consultancy and Presales, in Account Management for selected customers and in Quality Control.
Ms Routzouni holds an MSc in Information Systems Engineering and a Master's in Business Administration (MBA) and is a Lecturer at National Center of Public Administration in the fields: e-Government, Project Management, Open Government/Transparency and Business Process Reengineering.

Talk Title: 
The Data Economy: an opportunity for Greece
Talk Abstract: 

The Greek Government recognizes the value of opening up public sector data for the development of entrepreneurship, transparency, and the provision of value added services to citizens and businesses.The talk will discuss the current achievements and the open data strategy to further enable access to public sector data and produce perceptible, positive effects on people’s lives, spur innovation and stimulate financial growth.

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