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Newsletter nr. 37 din 22 Octombrie 2003

ROMANIA
01.>>>>Vot electronic - pentru prima oara in Romania
02.>>>>"ICE Felix", axata pe crearea programelor de evidenta informatizata a populatiei

ONLINE POLITICS
03.>>>>Internet users challenge mainstream politics
04.>>>>The New Road to the White House

E-VOTE
05.>>>>The 2004 London elections online: www.londonelects.org.uk
06.>>>>Argentina Launches Electronic Voting

ACCESS TO INFORMATION
07.>>>>Austrian legislation to be published online-only as of 2004
08.>>>>Citizens strike back in intelligence war

TECHNOLOGY & SOLLUTIONS
09.>>>>Israel slams the door on Microsoft
10.>>>>Florida privatizing technology functions
11.>>>>Wheels in motion

E-GOVERNMENT
12.>>>>Most government websites worldwide still do not offer online services, finds new research
13.>>>>A question of take up
14.>>>>Top 10 Digital Legislatures Named in New Survey


ROMANIA

01.>>>>Vot electronic - pentru prima oara in Romania
.(MCTI: 20/10/2003)
Sistemul de vot electronic, o premiera in Romania, care a fost implementat
pentru referendumul pentru revizuirea Constitutiei si destinat personalului
militar si politistilor care se afla in misiuni oficiale in Irak,
Afganistan, Bosnia-Hertegovina si Kosovo, a functionat fara nici un incident
de natura tehnica.
http://www.mcti.ro/mcti0.html?page=1625

02.>>>>"ICE Felix", axata pe crearea programelor de evidenta informatizata a populatiei
.(Romania Libera: 16/10/2003)
Componentele Sistemului Informatizat de Evidenta a Populatiei, gestionat de
la 1 ianuarie 2004 de administratiile locale, vor fi asigurate, in sectorul
2, de fosta Fabrica de calculatoare "ICE Felix" din str. Inginer George
Constantinescu nr. 2.
http://www.romanialibera.ro/editie/index.php?url=articol&tabel=z16102003&idx=62

ONLINE POLITICS

03.>>>>Internet users challenge mainstream politics
.(Demos: 09/10/2003)
Online interaction could improve democratic participation, say leading
American cyberculture writer and UK e-government minister. The use of  the
internet by supporters of Democrat candidate Howard Dean is an example of
the way online communications is changing politics, according to a new Demos
book called "Open Source Democracy".
http://www.demos.co.uk/media/opensourcedemocracy_page303.aspx

04.>>>>The New Road to the White House
.(Wired Magazine: November 2003)
When they write the account of the 2004 campaign, it will include at least
one word that has never appeared in any presidential history: blog. Whether
or not it elects the next president, the blog may be the first innovation
from the Internet to make a real difference in election politics. But to see
just why requires a bit of careful attention.
http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/11.11/view.html?pg=5

E-VOTE

05.>>>>The 2004 London elections online: www.londonelects.org.uk
.(LondonElects: 15/10/2003)
The first impartial voter education resource was launched today for next
year's combined elections for the Mayor of London, the London Assembly and
the European Parliament on 10 June 2004.
http://www.londonelects.org.uk/media/pressreleases/article_230.html

06.>>>>Argentina Launches Electronic Voting
.(GTI:  October 2003)
Last month, Argentina took a step toward putting 21st century technology at
the service of politics, with an electronic voting pilot in Buenos Aires
Province.
http://www.centerdigitalgov.com/international/story.php?docid=73663

ACCESS TO INFORMATION

07.>>>>Austrian legislation to be published online-only as of 2004
.(eGovernment
News:16/10/2003)
The laws and other legislation adopted in Austria will soon be be published
online only. The Austrian government has indeed taken the decision to turn
down the "offline channel" for the provision of legislative information by
stopping the publication of the Federal Official Gazette in paper form as of
2004.
http://europa.eu.int/ISPO/ida/jsps/index.jsp?fuseAction=showDocument&
documentID=1640&parent=chapter&preChapterID=0-140-194


08.>>>>Citizens strike back in intelligence war
.(NewScientist.com: 13/10/2003)
With the recent demise of the Bush administration's controversial Terrorist
Information Awareness (TIA) programme to monitor everyone in the US,
citizens now have a chance to get their own back. A website to be launched
later in 2003 will allow people to post information about the activities of
government organisations, officials and the judiciary.
http://www.newscientist.com/news/news.jsp?id=ns99994246

TECHNOLOGY & SOLLUTIONS

09.>>>>Israel slams the door on Microsoft
.(The Register:14/10/2003)
Exclusive: In a bold assertion of independence, Israel has thrown the full
weight of its antitrust legislation at Microsoft. The Israeli Ministry of
Commerce has suspended all governmental contracts with Microsoft, and
indicated that the ban will last throughout 2004. The de facto suspension
means no upgrades for the duration, at a time when Microsoft is looking to
roll out its Office 2003 upgrade; and the Ministry is said to be examining
OpenOffice as an alternative.
http://www.theregister.co.uk/content/4/33365.html

10.>>>>Florida privatizing technology functions
.(USATODAY.com: 16/10/2003)
The State Technology Office is privatizing several of its functions,
including the MyFlorida Web site and maintenance of the state's technology
systems.
http://www.usatoday.com/tech/news/techpolicy/2003-10-16-fla-private-tech_x.htm?csp=15

11.>>>>Wheels in motion
.(The Guardian: 16/10/2003)
If you're outside Woolworth's in the centre of Widnes, Cheshire, tomorrow
week, look out for an innovation in e-government. Halton Borough Council's
Benefits Express, a bus packed with IT, will be helping local people
navigate the bureaucratic maze of applying for housing benefits and council
tax relief.
http://society.guardian.co.uk/internet/story/0,8150,1063489,00.html

E-GOVERNMENT

12.>>>>Most government websites worldwide still do not offer online
services, finds new research
.(eGovernment
News:13/10/2003)
Governments around the world are increasingly using the Internet to provide
information and services to their citizens, but the third annual Global
e-Government Survey undertaken by researchers at Brown University suggests
that actual online services are not as widespread as they could be and that
governments still have a long way to go toward realising the promise of
e-government.
http://europa.eu.int/ISPO/ida/jsps/index.jsp?fuseAction=showDocument&
documentID=1630&parent=chapter&preChapterID=0-140-194


13.>>>>A question of take up
.(KableNET.com: 15/10/2003)
The Office of the e-Envoy is offering tentative advice on how to improve
usage of e-government services. Whitehall departments are not to receive any
formal guidelines on how to boost take up of e-services, but instead are
being offered a set of 140 questions in order to help develop usage
strategies, the Office of the e-Envoy (OeE) has said.
http://www.kablenet.com/kd.nsf/Frontpage/
A26B7B6B5CFE57BF80256DC0003E4420?OpenDocument


14.>>>>Top 10 Digital Legislatures Named in New Survey
.(Center for Digital Government:  October 2003)
Nevada has the most digitally advanced legislature in the country, according
to the 2003 Digital Legislatures Survey, a new study conducted by the Center
for Digital Government, a national research and advisory institute on
information technology in government and education.
http://www.centerdigitalgov.com/center/highlightstory.phtml?docid=73192

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