Senior Policy Lead and Head Technical Assistance Delivery, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs United Kingdom
John Glasswell Senior Policy Lead and Head Technical Assistance Delivery, Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs United KingdomJohn Glasswell has been involved in Rural Development work in the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs since 2000. He has an extensive working knowledge of all aspects of CAP Pillar II work inkling policy, delivery, compliance, finance and monitoring and evaluation. He is currently responsible for negotiating programme modifications with the European Commission, as well as overseeing the delivery of Technical Assistance actions.
DG, Research and Innovation, Head of Unit Open Science, European Commission
e-Government expert, Ministry of Public Administration of the Republic of Slovenia
Tadej Gabrijel e-Government expert, Ministry of Public Administration of the Republic of SloveniaMr. Tadej Gabrijel is an e-Government expert at the Ministry of Public Administration of the Republic of Slovenia. In the past, he was involved in modernization of the basic government registers such as the Central Population Register, Civil Status Register, Vehicles Register, and Travel Documents Registers; he was also involved in the development of first EU biometric passport. His team won an award as UNPSA Winner 2013, for developing internationally recognised and highly successful application building blocks for electronic data exchange between institutions. He is participating in international activities (EU e-government benchmark group, OECD E-government indicators group, pilot projects, various exchanges of best practices with other countries) and in preparation of various strategic documents regarding e-government, digital governance, public administration development etc.
Teamleader Integrated Energy and Energy Storage, German Energy Agency
Chief Information Officer, The Sartorius Group
Torsten G. Mueller Chief Information Officer, The Sartorius GroupTorsten Müller Head of Information Technology (CIO) at pharmaceutical and laboratory supplier Sartorius AG since November 2018based in Göttingen. Previously, he was Chief Digital Officer and Chief Information Officer and member of the management of Helvetia Germany in Frankfurt. At Sartorius, he reports to CFO Rainer Lehmann. He worked as IT project manager for the paint manufacturer Deutsche Amphibolin-Werke of Robert Murjahn, where he was responsible for the introduction of SAP R / 3 including PPS. He then became Project Manager for Network Security at Pari Dacom AG. He then held various management positions at the Helvetia insurance group in Switzerland and Germany (including 2003 Manager of IT Operations, 2008 Head of Corporate Operations, IT Solutions and Services and 2012 Head of IT).
Senior Analyst, World Trade Organization
Procurement Officer, European Stability Mechanism
Asta Gerhardt Procurement Officer, European Stability MechanismAsta Gerhardt is a Procurement Officer at the European Stability Mechanism since 2013. In this role she leads the setup of a strategic procurement framework and developed and rolled out board approved procurement policies and procedures, contract management processes and procedures. Asta Gerhardt has more than 15 years’ experience working in the procurement field within different roles in European and national organisations.
Head of Unit Financial Audit, Employment and Social Affairs, European Court of Auditors
Juan Ignacio Gonzalez-Bastero Head of Unit Financial Audit, Employment and Social Affairs, European Court of AuditorsJuan Ignacio Gonzalez Bastero is Head of Unit Financial Audit, Employment and Social Affairs, Chamber II, European Court of Auditors. Prior to this position, he was Head of Cabinet of the Member of the European Court of Auditors and Dean of Chamber II - Structural Policies, Transport and Energy (Dr Harald Noack) for several years. In 2010 he was in charge of supervising the DAS audit on Cohesion policy and the performance audit on the effectiveness of ERDF Financial Instruments. He also supervised the DAS audit of the Research, Transport and Energy policy areas in 2008 and 2009. Before joining the European Court of Auditors, Gonzalez Bastero held the position of Director for Finance of the Siemens-Nixdorf Retail and Banking Systems S.L. in Spain and other finance and internal audit management positions at Siemens Group in Spain. He has been regular speaker for audit and financial management issues.
Director, Migration and Security Funds, European Commission, DG Home