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The Law and the Governance of Public Administrations at
INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM
Under the High Patronage of Jacques GODFRAIN,
Ex Minister, Président of the Foundation Charles de Gaulle
The Law and the Governance of Public Administrations at the digital era
Under the supervision of
William GILLES et Irène BOUHADANA
Directors of the master
of Digital Law (eGovernement)
Sorbonne Law School
(University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne)
COMPULSORY REGISTRATION on www.imodev.org BEFORE the 11/06/2012
MONDAY 18 JUNE 2012 (morning)
09h00 : Opening
William Gilles, Associate Professor (HDR) at the Sorbonne Law School (University Paris 1 Pantheon‐
Sorbonne), Director of the Master of Digital Law (eGovernement), Member of the Sorbonne Institute for Legal Research (IRJS), President of the World and Development Institute (IMODEV) Jacques Godfrain, Ex‐minister, President of the Foundation Charles de Gaulle Xavier Patier, Director of the French Directorate of Legal and Administrative Information (DILA)
09h20‐11h00 : The Digital Administration in Europe: What Legal Model, What Public Services, What Reforms?
Moderator : Gérald Orange, Professor emeritus at the University of Rouen, Director of the academic review Politiques et Management Public (PMP)
The Digital Administration in France: What Legal Model?
William Gilles, Associate Professor (HDR) at the Sorbonne Law School (University Paris 1 Pantheon‐
Sorbonne), Director of the Master of Digital Law (eGovernement), Member of the Sorbonne Institute for Legal Research (IRJS), President of the World and Development Institute (IMODEV) The Digital Administration in Germany
Marcel Moritz, Associate Professor at the University Lille 2, Member of the CERAPS
The Digital Administration Reform in the OECD countries
Arthur Mickoleit, Administrator, Directorate for Science, Technology and industry, OECD
The Digital Administration Reform in Macedonia
Jahi Jahija, State Secretary, of the Ministry of Information Society and Administration (MISA) of the Republic of Macedonia 11h20‐13h00 : The Digital Administration in the World: What Legal Model, What Public Services, What Reforms?
Moderator : Alain Ducass, Director of the Digital Economy Department of the GIP ADETEF
The Digital Administration Reform in South Korea
Seong Ju Kang, . Minister‐counsellor, Permanent Delegation of Korea to the OECD
The Digital Administration Reform in the Russian Federation
Jean‐Jacques Kudela, international Expert and Nathalya Maslova, Professor at the State university of Kanthy‐Mansiysk (University Yugra) The International Interoperability of Digital Public Services
Alain Ducass, Director of the Digital Economy Department of the GIP ADETEF
MONDAY 18 JUNE 2012 (afternoon)
14h30‐16h15 : Public contrats publics and digital administration
Moderator : Frédéric Rolin, Professor of public law at the University of Paris Sud
The E‐Procurement Markets: Stakes and Perspectives?
Laurent Vidal, Associate Professor at the Sorbonne Law School (University Paris 1 Pantheon‐Sorbonne), Co‐director of the Sorbonne Institute for Legal Research (IRJS) The Mutualisation of the E‐Procurement Markets by Local Authorities: What Legal Structure, What Modes, What Stakes?
Céline Faivre, General Director of E‐Megalis Bretagne
The Good Practices of the Computer Procurement Contracts
Jeoffrey Rambinintsoa, Consulting senior, CKS
The Legal Regime of the Computer Procurement Contracts
Catherine Prébissy‐Schnall, Associate Professor at the University Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense, Director of the Master 2 of the NTIC Law and Society of information
Free Softwares in Public Administrations: modes and stakes
Benjamin Jean, Associate Professor at Science Po, Consultant to Cabinet Gilles Vercken , Responsable at Inno³
The Cloud Computing: What Constraints for Public Administrations?
Corinne Caillaud, Legal Director of Microsoft France
16h45‐18h45 : The Digital Governance of Local Authorities: What Evolutions, What Stakes?
Moderator : Jean‐Luc Pissaloux, Professor at the University of Bourgogne, Vice‐Président of the Scientific council of the GRALE
The French Local Authorities Facing the Computer and Liberties law
Associate Professor at the Sorbonne Law School (University Paris 1 Pantheon‐Sorbonne), Director of the Master of Digital Law (eGovernement), Member of the Sorbonne Institute for Legal Research (IRJS), Secretary‐General of IMODEV
The Networks of Public Initiative
Arnold Vève, Senior Legal Officer for Public Law to the General Secretary of SFR The ACTE program (Aid for the dematerialized review of legality)
Sophie Coutor, Directror of the ACTES program, Ministry of the Interior
The Action of the French State in Favor of the Local Digital Development
Marc Laget, Chief of the Local Digital Development Department at the DATAR Agency (the French spatial planning agency)
The Dematerialization of the Accounting Procedures of Local Authorities
Pascale Nanté, responsable of the project for the dematerialization of the local public sector, French head office for public finances (DGFIP)
MARDI 19 JUIN 2012
TUESDAY 19 JUNE 2012 (morning)
09h15‐11h00 : The Open Data Policy of the French State Moderator : Michel Pinault, Councillor of State, President of the Guidance Council of public publishing and information (COEPIA)
The Open Data Policy of the French State
Alexandre Quintard, Project head at Etalab
The Open Data Policy of the City of Paris
Jean‐Louis Missika, Deputy‐Mayor of Paris, in Charge of innovation, Research and Universities
The Implementation of the Public Data Pricing
Dennis Berthault, Director of the development of the on line contents, (LexisNexis) GFII and PSI Alliance.
Open data and Legal engineering
Thomas Saint‐Aubin, Chief of the editorial strategy Office, Ministry of the Justice
The open‐data policy in the United State of America
Philippe Coste, ICT Project head to the Public Accounting and Treasury General Director
11h30‐13h00 : The Law and the Valorization of the Immaterial Property of Public Entities
Présidence : Laurent Vidal, Maître de conférences (HDR) à l’École de Droit de la Sorbonne, Co‐Directeur du Master 2 Droit public des affaires, Co‐Directeur du département Droit Public Économique de l’Institut de Recherches Juridique de la Sorbonne, Avocat spécialisé en droit public au barreau de Paris
The Law and the Valorization of the On Line Legal and Administrative Information
François Campana, Senior Legal Officer at the the French Directorate of Legal and Administrative Information (DILA)
The Valorization of the State Immaterial Heritage: What Modes, What Stakes?
Kristof de Meulder, Project head at the Agency of the Immaterial Heritage of the State (APIE) The Rights and the Duties of Civil Servants facing the Immaterial Heritage of Public Entities
Rebecca Thery, Representative to the Appeal Court of Paris
The Probative Value of the Archived Digital Documents: Legal Regime and Implementation
Laurent Prevel, President of APROGED
MARDI 19 JUIN 2012
TUESDAY 19 JUNE 2012 (afternoon)
(Suite)
14h30‐16h15 : The Public Administration Modernization at the Digital Era
Moderator: André Delion, Member of the French Cour of account. Member of the Sorbonne Institute for Legal Research (IRJS)
The dematerialization procedures, Tool of the Modernization of the State Administration
Nicolas Conso, Chief of the Innovation Service of the Directorate‐General for Modernization of the State (DGME)
From the Administrations in Network to the Interconnected Administrations: Paradoxes and Ambiguity of the Administrative Efficiency Facing the Protection of the Liberties
Jean‐Jacques Lavenue, Professor of public Law at the University Lille 2 The French Social Security Organisms, a Digital Administration
Élise Debies, Director of Studies of the GIP Info‐Retraite
The telecommuting: modalities and stakes for the administration?
Nicole Turbé‐Suetens, International Expert
The New Relations between Public Administrations and Users at the Digital Era
Gilles Lassare, Chief of the Department of Electronic administration Projects to the Directorate‐
General for Modernization of the State (DGME)
16h45‐18h15 : Digital security and public administrations
Présidence : Sophie Nerbonne, Directrice adjointe des affaires juridiques, internationales et de l'expertise de la Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL)
The Legal Framework and the Implementation of the Biometric Identification: the Cases of Idenum and of the Electronic Identification Card
Fabrice Mattatia, LL.D., Civil engineer for École des Mines de Paris specialized in Digital Law, Former Adviser to the State Secretary to the Digital Economy
USA Patriot Act and cloud computing
Olivier Itéanu, Lawyer, Itéanu Law Office
The Files of Police and the Digital Administration
Serge Slama, Associate Professor at the University of Évry‐Val d’Essonne, member of the Research Center on Fundamental Rights (CREDOF)
The Judges Specialized in Cybercrimes
Myriam Quemener, Deputy Prosecuting Attorney to County court of Créteil, Head of the Criminal Department
18h15 : Closure of the symposium
William Gilles, Associate Professor (HDR) at the Sorbonne Law School (University Paris 1 Pantheon‐
Sorbonne), Director of the Master of Digital Law (eGovernement), Member of the Sorbonne Institute for Legal Research (IRJS), President of the World and Development Institute (IMODEV) MAP
Place : DILA
26 rue Desaix
75015 Paris Transports by train:
‐ RER Champ de Mars
‐ Métro line 6 ‐ Bir‐Hakeim
‐ Métro line 6 ‐ Dupleix
Bus:
Line 42
Colloque
Stop:
Desaix