Practical information: Identifying benefits deriving from the adoption of XML-based chains for drafting legislation
Participants will be Directors of IT Departments, Project Managers, Analysts and key clients directly involved in the use of XML-related IT tools. Representatives from the academic world will contribute their expertise to the discussion.
Languages and documentation
The meeting will be conducted in English. No interpretation will be provided in any other languages.
The Agenda, Aide mémoire and List of participants will be provided in electronic format in advance of the meeting to registered participants and distributed on paper at the meeting.
Dates and venue
The workshop will take place on 3 and 4 May 2012 at the European Parliament premises in Brussels. The meeting room is JAN 6Q1, located on the 6th floor of the József Antall building (JAN).
Badges will be given to the participants at the entrance of the József Antall building on the first day of the workshop.
For identification and security reasons, all participants are requested to wear their entrance badges at all times during the conference and when in the European Parliament buildings.
If you lose your entrance badge, please report to the registration desk at the main entrance on the ground floor of the ASP building. Kindly note that issuance of new badges can be time-consuming. We therefore strongly recommend you take good care of it.
Participants are responsible for verifying their own visa requirements and securing visas if needed. The OPPD can provide participants with personalised invitations if required.
Participants are required to make
their own bookings. Hotels in the immediate vicinity (at
a walkable distance) of the European Parliament are:
Lunches will be offered by the OPPD on Thursday 3 May and Friday 4 May and will take place in a salon of the Members' Restaurant on Floor 0 of the Altiero Spinelli building (ASP).
On Thursday 3 May, a dinner will be offered by the OPPD at 20:00 at:
Park Side Brasserie
24 avenue de la Joyeuse Entrée
Tel: +32 (0)2 238 0808
Coffee, tea and light catering will be available throughout the conference.
Please confirm your attendance to the dinner and two lunches to Helen Collins (email@example.com) by Friday 28 April 2012.
The meeting is organized by the European Parliament’s Office for Promotion of Parliamentary Democracy (OPPD) and Directorate General for Innovation and Technological Support, in association with the UN/IPU’s Global Centre for ICT in Parliament.
For all questions regarding logistical aspects, please contact Ms Helen Collins
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org / Tel: +32 2 284 2754
For all aspects regarding the agenda, please contact Mr Claudio Fabiano
Email: email@example.com / Tel: +32 2 284 4778