Forum Pa 2022, the story on the change in the public administration is back

Forum Pa 2022, the story on the change in the public administration is back

Forum Pa 2022

People, skills, technologies, visions: these are the cornerstones for a changing country, what Forum Pa wants to tell through the lens of public administration scenarios. The event organized by Fpa, a company of the Digital360 group, will be held in Rome from 14 to 17 June and returns with an edition in attendance at the Auditorium della Tecnica. Forum Pa does not renounce, however, the hybrid dimension and also includes exclusive online events and hybrid format meetings in the schedule.

Talk, columns, seminars, working tables make up the proposal for the 2022 edition (see all scheduled events and sign up). is media partner of the annual kermesse dedicated to the world of public administration and will contribute to the discussion within a dedicated schedule with a focus on innovation.

The PA is experiencing a period of great transformation: access, good administration, skills and digitalisation are the main axes that guide the reform and investment program, as indicated by the NRP. The goal is to overcome the stalemates created by the convergence of several phenomena (blocking of turnover, aging of the professional audience, less investment in training but also an excessive complexity and stratification of rules and procedures) and relaunch, thanks to better services, the alliance with citizens and businesses.

The four-day Forum Pa, with numerous moments of confrontation and discussion, will make it possible to draw up a budget to understand how close the objectives and targets envisaged by the PA reform are and from investments linked to European funds. Talking about PA means talking about economic recovery, the country's competitiveness but also about sustainable infrastructures and smart cities.

To also talk about the innovation and digitalization factor, alongside Forum Pa, there is, for an in-depth path that touches on peculiar issues such as the entry of technologies into the PA perimeter; the development of digital skills and human capital; the relationship between public and private; the governance of change.

On June 17th at 1pm, Gianni Dominici, Director General of Fpa, and Federico Ferrazza, Director of Italy, will talk with the Minister for technological innovation and digital transition, Vittorio Colao. Digital is a fundamental lever of change for the Public Administration but also one of the most important factors in bringing the public administration closer to a new generation of professionals, more qualified and younger. Minister Colao will talk about the challenges of the Department for digital transformation of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers and will illustrate the objectives and initiatives that fall within digital Italy 2026: one of the cornerstones of the strategy is precisely the digitization of the Public Administration, which affects infrastructures, services, processes and skills. Equally important, and second strategic axis, are ultra-fast networks, and therefore the plans to bring 1 Gbps connections throughout the country.

This is how the calendar of events focused on innovation and digital transformation of the PA providing for the media partnership of

June 14 - 12 noon. The role of the public-private partnership, as an enabling factor of the transformation processes outlined by national strategies, is at the center of the debate that sees the participation of Mauro Minenna, Head of the Department for digital transformation, Presidency of the Council of Ministers; Valeria Fascione, Councilor for Research, Innovation and Startups at the Campania Region; Andrea Rangone, professor at the Polytechnic of Milan and chairman of Digital 360; Francesca Reich, Chief Executive Officer and General Manager of the Polygraphic Institute and State Mint. Moderated by Gianni Dominici, General Manager of Fpa, and Luca Zorloni, Head of the Italia website and digital area.

June 15th - 12 noon. Which innovation governance? How is the collaboration between central institutions and local authorities structured, which is decisive for the implementation of the various projects envisaged by the NRP? Among the guests of the panel, Massimo Fedeli, Central Director for information technology Istat; Cecilia Del Re, Councilor for urban planning, environment, urban agriculture, tourism, trade fairs and congresses, technological innovation, information systems, coordination of Recovery Plan projects, smart city, Unesco management plan, Municipality of Florence; Luca Rigoni, Transformation Office of the Department for digital transformation of the Presidency of the Council of Ministers; Paola Salomoni, Councilor for school, university, research, digital agenda of the Emilia Romagna Region.

Moderano Gianni Dominici, General Manager of Fpa, and Luca Zorloni, Head of site and digital area Italy.

June 16 - 12 noon. To achieve the objectives outlined by the NRP, cutting-edge technologies will also be essential. Vincenzo Caridi, Inps General Manager discusses it among the speakers; Mario Nobile, Director General for Information and Statistical Systems, Ministry of Sustainable Infrastructures and Mobility; Francesco Paoric i, Agid General Manager.

Moderano Gianni Dominici, Director General of Fpa, and Federico Ferrazza, Director of Italy.

June 17th - 11:40 am. Human capital to be enhanced but also digital skills to be developed: an issue that cannot be postponed for the Public Administration, in order to become more competitive and better respond to the needs of citizens and businesses. Stefano Tomasini discuss it; Central Director of Inail Digital Organization; Tiziana Catarci, Director of the Department of Computer, Automatic and Management Engineering A. Ruberti, University of Rome La Sapienza; Davide D’Amico, Director General for Information Systems and Statistics, Ministry of Education; Roberta Cocco, Co-Coordinator of the Advisory Committee for the Digital Public Administration and Consultant of the Minister for Technological Innovation and the Digital Transition; Roberta Lombardi, Councilor for Ecological Transition and Digital Transformation of the Lazio Region.

Moderano Gianni Dominici, Director General of Fpa, and Federico Ferrazza, Director of Italy.

It will be possible to follow the talks mentioned live on the Wired website.

Forum Pa is confirmed as a reference event for those who want to understand the great transformations of the country and the policies that will shape Italy in the near future. But it is also the place to listen to the points of view of Italian and international guests who gravitate far from the perimeter of the public administration and politics. This is confirmed by the names of the protagonists of the scheduled keynote speeches: Michael Spence, Nobel Prize for Economics; Francesca Gino, Professor of the Harvard Business School; Marco Alberti, Italian Ambassador to Kazakhstan; Cass Sunstein, Professor of Harward Law School; Bas Boorsma, Chief Digital Officer of the City of Rotterdam; Paola Gianotti, athlete, coach and motivational speaker; Mauro Berruto, former volleyball coach, now a teacher at the Holden School of Turin.

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