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Newsletter nr. 43 din 3 Decembrie 2003
E-DEMOCRACY
01.>>>> Democracy without sound grabs

ONLINE ACTIVISM
02.>>>> Ten online democracy activists jailed in Vietnam

E-VOTE
03.>>>> Service members overseas to get an online vote 

PRESS RELEASE
04.>>>> Voting receipts possible for first time-and maybe just in time!

E-GOVERNMENT
05.>>>> E-gov projects receive 508 attention
06.>>>> Government sites fail accessibility test
07.>>>> Intermediaries will cost
08.>>>> Accenture sets value of public sector IT

M-GOVERNMENT
09.>>>> Gov't to expand electronic infrastructure into mobile network

POLICY
10.>>>> Government accepts budget modifications, information society strategy


E-DEMOCRACY

01.>>>> Democracy without sound grabs
.(Sidney Morning Herald: 25/11/2003)
Greater Dandenong has been streaming council meetings via a web link since the new council was sworn in last March and, according to the Municipal Association of Victoria, is one of about six Victorian councils that have implemented webcasting systems. A further 14 councils are expected to have webcasts of their meetings up and running within a year.
http://www.smh.com.au/articles/2003/11/24/1069522526626.html


ONLINE ACTIVISM

02.>>>> Ten online democracy activists jailed in Vietnam
.(Internet Magazine: 28/11/2003)
At least 10 people have been jailed for criticising the Vietnamese government online, according to an Amnesty International report. One, Pham Hong Son, was initially sentenced to 13 years in prison for posting an article about democracy on the We
http://www.internet-magazine.com/news/view.asp?id=3847


E-VOTE

03.>>>> Service members overseas to get an online vote 
...(GCN: 28/11/2003)
Hundreds of airmen, reservists and ordinary American citizens living in other countries may be eligible to vote online next year, thanks to a government program that aims to simplify the absentee-ballot process.
The Secure Electronic Registration and Voting Experiment is part of the Federal Voting Assistance Program. The program, started to improve poll access for military personnel, enables some personnel and overseas citizens to vote online, depending on their home state.
http://www.gcn.com/vol1_no1/daily-updates/24303-1.html


PRESS RELEASE

04.>>>> Voting receipts possible for first time-and maybe just in time!
.(vreceipt.com)
Los Angles, CA: Receipts showing exactly who you voted for-just what people want and generally expect these days-have been outlawed to prevent vote selling and other abuses; now a scientist has come up with the first receipt that cannot be abused and additionally ensures that the vote you see on it is actually included in the final tally.
http://www.vreceipt.com/


E-GOVERNMENT

05.>>>> E-gov projects receive 508 attention
...(GCN: 24/11/03)
As the Health and Human Services Department prepared to launch the latest version of Grants.gov last month, usability testers hit a snag. The software that lets users fill out grant application forms online did not meet the accessibility standards under Section 508 of the 1998 Rehabilitation Act Amendments.
http://www.gcn.com/22_33/news/24279-1.html

06.>>>> Government sites fail accessibility test
.(Internet Magazine: 26/11/2003)
Government websites are failing to comply with their own guidelines for interoperability and accessibility, according to new research. Business2www tests government sites for errors every month. This month the company tested 62 sites, and found only five that complied with the e-Government Metadata Framework.
http://www.internet-magazine.com/news/view.asp?id=3839

07.>>>> Intermediaries will cost
.(Kablenet: 24/11/2003)
Private and voluntary organisations will need payment if they are to act as e-government 'intermediaries', says a new report
http://www.kablenet.com/kd.nsf/Frontpage/4FE1446064156DB680256DE8003C972E
?OpenDocument



08.>>>> Accenture sets value of public sector IT
.(FCW.com: 11/11/2003)
The consulting firm Accenture is launching its Public Sector Value Model for calculating the value of projects to government organizations. The methodology is an attempt to calculate value for organizations that don't earn profits or track stock prices. With government budgets in crisis, especially at the state and local level, pressure is high to justify any costs, said Steve Rohleder, group chief executive of Accenture's government operating group.
http://www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/2003/1110/web-accent-11-11-03.asp


M-GOVERNMENT

09.>>>> Gov't to expand electronic infrastructure into mobile network
 .(Korea Now: 01/11/2003)
The Korean government is set to expand its electronic infrastructure into a mobile network this year, a step that analysts said could improve the quality of services for the public and stimulate the related wireless businesses.  The project is aimed at developing a "m-government," a follow-up to "e-government" that has been in place since November last year amid rising expectations for faster, more efficient administrative services.
http://kn.koreaherald.co.kr/SITE/data/html_dir/2003/01/11/200301110014.asp


POLICY

10.>>>> Government accepts budget modifications, information society strategy
.(Interfax: 20/11/2003)
The government accepted budget modification proposals at its meeting on Wednesday, but the planned 2004 deficit remains unchanged at 3.8% of GDP, government spokesperson Zoltan J Gal told the press. Under the accepted modifications, subsidies for local government will increase by HUF 38 billion in 2004, from an earlier proposed HUF 28 billion. Of the total, HUF 10 billion will go to normative subsidies, HUF 10 billion for local transport systems, HUF 5 billion to cover the costs of headcount reductions at municipalities, and HUF 3 billion for social spending on home-related costs for the poor.
http://www.interfax.com/com?item=Hung&pg=20&id=5672047&req=

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