Recent eGovernment assignments include leading a pan-European study on eParticipation for the European Commission, the eGovernment Awards 2007, support to the inclusive eGovernment Expert Group of EU Member States, an impact assessment of EU supported eGovernment research, an extensive survey of eGovernment research and an in-depth evaluation of likely eGovernment developments up until 2020. He also works regularly on the use of ICT in regional development, in eBusiness, eWork, eSkills and on organisational change in the knowledge economy, including in developing countries. He supported the European Commission in developing the eGovernment Action Plan, published in April 2006. Outside Europe, he is currently assisting the OECD in examining eGovernment take-up and use, as well as the UN in developing its eGovernment readiness index, particularly in relation to eParticipation and eInclusion. He is also working with eGovernment partners in India and Malaysia, and supported the development of the Bahrain Governmentâ€™s eGovernment strategy. Jeremy Millard has 35 years experience working with new technology and society in Europe and globally. He has worked with governments and regional development agencies in all parts of the world. His educational background is geography and the social started sciences, but started his career with large IT companies in the UK and in public sector. He worked for 13 years for the Open University (UK) before moving to Denmark in 1983 to Aarhus University, and then as a Management Consultant for Tele Danmark. He is currently Senior Consultant with the Danish Technological Institute, Centre for Policy and Business Analysis.