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Emil Fitoš

SCDI
After studies and business, Emil Fitoš spent more than 20 years of his working life at Siemens and later at Atos. In 2014, he became CEO of Atos Slovakia and Czech Republic. Under his leadership, Atos was one of the leading companies on the market with a significant innovative contribution. On 21 June 2017, he was elected President of the IT Association of Slovakia and will defend the position in 2019, 2021 and 2023. He serves as an advisor to the Slovak Government and Deputy Chairman of the Slovak Government Council for the Digitization of the Public Sector and the Digital Single Market. He also influences the digitalisation of Slovakia through his involvement in the activities of the Digital Coalition and the Centre for Artificial Inte…
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Marek Griga

Tatra Tender
Since 2015, he works as a senior consultant at Revicky a partneri, sro / Tatra Tender, sro, where he is involved in the preparation of tender documents, a contractual agenda in the field of public procurement law as well as information and communication technology law, preparation and filling of legal proceedings and administrative proceedings and represents clients in the proceedings before the courts and administrative authorities. Previously worked at the National Highway Company, a.s. (Náírodná diaľničná spoločnosť).  His passion is the field of common law of information and communication technologies.
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Ján Hargaš

Candidate for Progressive Slovakia
He is an expert in digital transformation with over 15 years of experience in Slovakia and abroad. He advocates for transparent government IT, improving the quality of public services for users, and the digital transformation of the Slovak economy and society. He studied International Business at the University of Economics in Bratislava. In 2016, he co-founded the civic association "Slovensko.Digital," where he served as the Executive Director from 2016 to 2019. Since 2020, he has been an advisor to the Minister of Investments, Regional Development, and Informatization. From July 2021 to February 2022, he held the position of State Secretary for Informatization in Slovakia. In the 2023 parliamentary elections, he is running as a candida…
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Martin Hasay

Deputy Prime Minister’s Office for Investments and Informatization of the Slovak Republic
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Jaroslav Kračún

European Commission
Jaroslav Kračun studied Law in France at the Robert Schuman University in Strasbourg and at the Panthéon-Sorbonne University in Paris. The study was supplemented by exchange stays in England and Italy, and by a postgraduate diploma in international business law and management at the ESSEC Business School in Paris. He started his law practice as a lawyer at the Gide Loyrette Nouel International Law Office in Prague. Since 2008, he has been working in the European Commission, currently in the Directorate-General for the Internal Market, Industry, Enterpreneurship and SMEs*) (Directorate-General GROWTH), where he is involved in public procurement legislation and its application in the Czech and Slovak Republics. He also deals with innovatio…
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Jaroslav Lexa

Office for Public Procurement
Jaroslav Lexa has been involved in public procurement since the mid-1990s. He uses his practical experience from carrying out various purchasing processes (through VO rules) in teaching and educational activities. He promotes the application of innovative procedures in this area, including responsible procurement, especially the social aspect and environmental protection. From 2018 to 2020, he worked as the director of the Institute of Public Procurement at the Office for Public Procurement, where he mainly deals with analytical work, building a pro-client approach and education in the field of public procurement. After being appointed as the vice-chairman of the Office for Public Procurement, he acts as a member of the Council of t…
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Marián Marek

ITAS
As a graduate from the Faculty of Electrical Engineering of the Slovak Technical University in Bratislava he started to work in private company PosAm as a trader to become a director and the owner of the company just four years after. Under his leadership, the company switched from sales to the development of software solutions and has been placed in the top ten in the TOP Trend Ranking for several years in a row. Marián Marek is a member of the Presidium of the IT Association of Slovakia, a professional association of the most important domestic and foreign companies operating in the field of information and communication technologies and a member of the Presidium of the National Union of Employers.
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Michal Ševčík

DXC Technology
Michal Sevcik obtained his Master's degree at the Slovak Technical University in Computer Science. After finishing his studies he started to gather his professional experience as a junior analyst working for Digital. Later he has gained experience and skills working on software development projects for key players in the financial and mortgage brokering market in New Zealand and Australia. Since his return to Slovakia in 2001 he has been working for Compaq and then Hewlett-Packard as a business analyst and solution architect using his experience and skills to analyze, design and implement complex IT projects and deliver system integration projects in the public sector. Since 2004 he was focusing mainly on the technologies and projects re…
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Matej Stuška

O2 Slovakia
He graduated from the University of Economics in Bratislava in the field of international business. Since 2004 he worked in the American Chamber of Commerce in the Slovak Republic, since 2007 in the company U.S. Steel Košice, and since 2015 at O2 Slovakia, as a public affairs manager. Throughout his working career, he has been dealing with regulatory issues at the national and European level with an impact on specific sectors of the Slovak economy and manages relations and communication of the private sector with public administration at all levels. He is a member of the Presidency of the Forum for Communication Technologies in Slovakia, a member of the Board of Directors of Slovakia.Digital and a member of the Subcommittee on Digital Ec…
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