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Daniel Abadie

Undersecretary of Digital Government

Argentina

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Daniel currently serves as the Under-Secretary of Digital Government, Ministry of Modernization, Government of Argentina.

The Ministry of Modernization is in charge of building the government administration for the twenty first century.

He runs the Internet Policy and Development Office and the Digital Service Office, applying technology and innovation to procedure and services with a citizen-center strategy.

Former CTO for the city of Buenos Aires, his duties ranged from being responsible for the city’s web platforms, mobile apps, GIS unit and the application of new technologies within government. He directed a team of 40 people, including developers, UX designers, civic hackers and even geographers.

Mr. Abadie was the head of technology for Mauricio Macri’s Presidential Campaign during 2015 and the head of technology for Macri’s Mayor Campaign on 2011.

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