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Advisory Board

Dr. Mohamad Zainuddi bin Mat Taib

Deputy Secretary General for Communications and State Information Systems, Government of Malaysia

Dr. Mohamad Zainuddi bin Mat Taib is currently attached to the Public Sector ICT Consulting Team of the Malaysian Administrative Modernisation and Management Planning Unit (MAMPU).

His field of specialisation is related to ICT Strategic and Enterprise Architecture and he is tasked to implement the Malaysian Government National Enterprise Architecture Framework 1GovEA. 

Dr. Zainuddi has been serving as an IT Officer for the Government of Malaysia from 1983. Since then, he has served in various capacities at the ICT divisions of several Federal Government agencies.

Siim Sikkut

Deputy Secretary General for Communications and State Information Systems, Government of Estonia

Siim Sikkut is the Government CIO of Estonia, also titled as Deputy Secretary General for IT and Telecom in Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications. His role is to set the strategy and policies, to launch and steer strategic initiatives for development of digital government and society in Estonia. Siim is one of the founders of Estonia’s groundbreaking e-Residency programme.

Graham Colclough

Partner, UrbanDNA

Graham is committed to transforming the cities market globally.

After many years leading the Global Cities business at Capgemini, Graham established UrbanDNA. The UrbanDNA team collaborate with progressive cities and industry partners internationally, to identify and deliver better solutions – faster – to common urban challenges. Their work spans city leadership; economic development; health & wellbeing; urban mobility; city assets; resilience, enabling ICTs, and the like.

Graham is presently driving the global smart cities agenda through positions within the European Commission (EC) Smart Cities & Communities Innovation Partnership (EIP); UK Ministerial Smart Cities Forum; ‘6-Nations’ Smart Cities Forum; ISO Smart City Strategic Advisory Group; and board of the UK Cities Standard Institute.

He advises, shapes, leads, and delivers programmes and solutions for (groups of) cities and industrials seeking to make step-change improvements in cities.

Graham brings leadership, innovation, and dynamism to his work – with a passion for seeing delivery of better client, business and societal outcomes as a result.