Wagner Araújo is a Research Associate at the United Nations University (UNU-EGOV) since 2018.
PhD in Information Systems and Technology Program at the University of Minho, Portugal. The PhD research was developed in partnership with the United Nations University Operating Unit on Policy-Driven Electronic Governance. Master in Administration; Specialist degree in ICT Management; Bs. Computer Science; at the University of Brasilia, Brazil.
Experience as National eGovernance Strategy Specialist: Brazilian National eGovernance Strategy (2016 and 2018); Sao Tome and Principe National eGovernance Strategy (2020); Cabo Verde EGOV Strategy (2021); Guinea Bissau EGOV Roadmap (2022).
Former chief assessor of the National Secretary of Digital Government (2018). Previously, Director of Digital Government (2016); Director of Governance and Information Systems (2015) at the Ministry of Planning, Development and Administration, Federal Branch, Brazil. National Secretary of Information Technology and Communication at the National Prosecuting Council (2010) and District Prosecuting Council (2008), National and Local institutions, respectively, in Brazil.
- e-Governance Monitoring and Assessing
- e-Governance Planning and Design