Doxee at Forum PA – May 16, 17 and 18, 2023  

From May 16 to 18, Doxee will participate as a sponsor at Forum PA 2023 , the most important national event dedicated to new challenges for the public administration.  

The event is an opportunity to understand the preparedness necessary for public organizations in the face of the new challenges related to the implementation of the PNRR and European programming.   

The event will also be an opportunity for discussion with both central bodies with programming and control functions, as well as territorial public bodies with implementation tasks, and large companies investing in Italy. The event will focus on the empowerment of the PA to ensure the implementation of investments and reforms, and the ability of institutions to guide ongoing initiatives by listening to emerging needs in the country.


The Themes 

The FORUM PA 2023 will address three macro issues around the transformation of the Italian PA today, both as implementer and recipient of investments and reforms.

  • Organizational transformation: for a PA capable of motivating its resources and attracting new talent 
  • Digital transformation: for a PA that can digitize itself, enabling innovation in the country system and making it competitive through the diffusion of new technological paradigms.  
  • Energy/ecological transformation: a sustainable PA is aware of and promotes individual and organizational practices oriented toward policies that promote energy security and environmental sustainability.

On Tuesday, May 16, from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m., Francesco Compiani, Product Manager Interactive Experience at Doxee, will participate in the session “Services and platforms for digital citizenship” which will explore the topic of online services for improving the digital communication between the public administration and citizens. 


We look forward to seeing at the Forum PA: come visit us at booth 17C!   



Palazzo dei Congressi 

Piazza John Kennedy, 1, Rome RM  


Participation is subject to registration.

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