Indonesia OpenGov Leadership Forum 2019

Indonesia OpenGov Leadership Forum 2019

JW Marriott Jakarta18 July 2019

event date:
18 July 2019
Ellen Quek
Event location:
JW Marriott Jakarta,
ASEAN, Indonesia

Join the 4th Annual Indonesia OpenGov Leadership Forum, serving a full day of valuable insights and networking opportunity playing an integral role in keeping the government digital professionals of Indonesia CONNECTED, EDUCATED, ENGAGED AND INSPIRED!

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Who should attend?

  • Chief Executive Officers
  • Chief Information Officers
  • Chief Technology Officers
  • Chief Compliance Officers
  • Chief Data Officers
  • Director, Digital Services
  • Head, IT Security & Governance
  • Head of Compliance
  • Head of Risk
  • Head of Internal Audit
  • Head of Forex Trade in Technology
  • Head, Health Analytics
  • Head of Applications
  • Director, E-Learning & IT Services
  • Director, Health Information
  • Vice Chancellors
  • General Managers
  • IT Directors
  • Assistant Directors
  • Deans

Topics Covered

Based on our extensive research and insights of the Indonesian government landscape, we have curated several sessions based on topics that focuses on the current challenges of the government such as the following:

  • Industry 4.0
  • Smart Cities
  • Education and Training
  • Cybersecurity
  • Internet of Things
  • Artificial Intelligence
  • Cloud
  • Big Data Analytics
  • E-commerce
  • Connectivity

Event Summary


Making Indonesia 4.0: Are We Ready?


Indonesia leads the biggest economy in ASEAN countries with a total population of 260 million. With over half of the population being active mobile users, citizens’ needs are demanding for a bigger government digital innovation.

The Indonesia President, Joko Widodo has recently launched a roadmap “Making Indonesia 4.0” based on the worldwide trending revolution Industry 4.0 that started in Germany. The fourth industrial revolution focuses on manufacturing and industry with the integration of technology. It is a combination of multiple technologies  to be applied to several sectors.









Running alongside Indonesia 4.0, Smart Cities have been developed for the past few years. With Jakarta leading the initiative in 2014, other cities such as Bandung, Makassar and Surabaya have incorporated technologies within their cities’ management and sustainability successfully. Some of the technologies implemented are smart surveillance and monitoring system, smart cards and smart transportation.

The road to Indonesia 4.0 is not a one-person job. It requires a strong collaboration between government agencies, private sector and citizens. Recently, the Minister of Communications and Information Technology (KOMINFO), Rudiantara mentioned that KOMINFO will work to support the health and education system to prepare the government for the Year 2030 demographic bonus and addition of consumer class of 130 million people in Indonesia. Simultaneously, it is predicted that the population would increase to 271 million with 64% being the working age.

The digital landscape is constantly evolving from mobile apps to smart technology, on-the-go citizens demand engaging, efficient and secure access with more turnkey solutions, alongside the nation heading towards the Indonesia 4.0 vision. In order to provide our citizens and government agencies with a secure, streamlined, and personalised digital experience, the Indonesia OpenGov Leadership Forum will focus on the tools and techniques that build on your agency’s mission for an effective digital government strategy.

Here, you will meet C-level government experts and industry professionals addressing the most important policy, management and leadership issues surrounding the future of digital government and the role of the public sector CIO.

So what is in it for you?




Come join us and be part of the 4th annual Indonesia OpenGov Leadership Forum 2019!


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