Thu, Apr 01 2021 to Thu, Apr 01 2021
What is the role of the public and private sectors in making e-governance a success? Where does Pakistan stand in its quest to digitize government activity? What are the key pillars of an effective and efficient e-government? Which aspects of everyday life can such digital transformation help? This week we delve into the evolving landscape of e-governance and the opportunities and challenges it poses.
Join us on Facebook Live for the seventy-first session of LUMS Live: Transforming Governments with ICT.
Date: Thursday, April 1, 2021
Time: 5:00 pm (PKT).
The session will be moderated by Mr. Adeel Hashmi. Our distinguished panelists are Mr. Faizan Mahmood and Mr. Faisal Ameer Malik.
Join us for this interesting conversation!
Profiles of Panelists
Mr. Faisal Ameer Malik
With more than 20 years of experience in the ICT sector having worked for organisations specialising from satellite communication to broadband operators, Mr. Malik holds expertise in technology domains of IP Networks, Transmission, Wireless & Wireline Broadband, Unified Communication Systems, Surveillance & Security networks, and IT & DC solutions. He has led numerous ICT transformation projects on a national scale in different industry verticals. As Chief Technical Officer, he is responsible for the successful alignment and implementation of Huawei’s Middle East business strategy and technology vision. He leads all aspects of developing and executing technology initiatives to grow Huawei’s presence in the region. In his 15+ years at Huawei, Mr. Malik has been part of both Carrier Solution Sales and Enterprise division, and is deeply involved in various industry-driven ICT transformation projects at the company of all business technology scales.
Mr. Faizan Mahmood
As Chief Information Officer at K-Electric, one of the largest vertically integrated power utilities in Pakistan, Mr. Mahmood leads a team of 150 individuals. He has over 12 years of experience working in leadership roles. His goal has been to transform organisations into technology and data-driven companies and support the vision of Digital Pakistan. He is experienced in leading ICT and digital transformation projects with all big technology vendors and has in-depth understanding of power utility and manufacturing industry business processes. He is a recipient of the Commonwealth Scholarship and holds a BSc in Computer Systems Engineering from Ghulam Ishaq Khan Institute of Engineering Sciences and Technology and an MBA from Lancaster University, UK.