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ROMANIA
01.>>>>Primaria Timisoara nominalizata la concursul international Stockholm
Challenge
02.>>>>Raportul de activitate al MCTI pe anul 2003
03.>>>>Casa de Pensii cu site pe Internet

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION
04.>>>>White House Web Scrubbing

DIGITAL DIVIDE
05.>>>>The 'free' PC makes a comeback
06.>>>>Hewitt wants internet access for all by 2008

ACCESS
07.>>>>Fiber to the People

E-GOVERNMENT
08.>>>>E-government fails to catch on
09.>>>>E-Gov starts next phase

POLICY
10.>>>>New beginners' handbook aims to get more people involved in ICT
policy
11.>>>>INTERNET-2 project launched in Belarus


ROMANIA

01.>>>>Primaria Timisoara nominalizata la concursul international Stockholm
Challenge
.(Agora News: 19/12/2003)
Primaria Timisoara a fost nominalizata la unul dintre cele mai cunoscute
concursuri internationale (Stockholm Challenge) de proiecte IT, la sectiunea
e-government cu doua sisteme: portal si info-kiosk.
http://www.agora.ro/news/articol.shtml?id=65328

02.>>>>Raportul de activitate al MCTI pe anul 2003
.(MCTI : 18/12/2003)
Raportul de activitate al MCTI pe anul 2003 este disponibil pe site.
Raportul prezinta activitatea in domeniul comunicatiilor si tehnologiei
informatiei, un set de indicatori caracteristici stadiului actual de
dezvoltare, precum si proiectele care tin de reforma digitala din Romania.
http://www.mcti.ro/mcti.html

03.>>>>Casa de Pensii cu site pe Internet
.(Cronica Romana: 19/12/2003)
Casa Judeteana de Pensii si alte Drepturi de Asigurari Sociale (CJPAS)
Galati a lansat ieri, in prezenta autoritatilor locale, site-ul oficial al
institutiei. Directorul CJPAS, Geogeta Modiga, a declarat pentru Rompres ca
prin aceasta initiativa s-a urmarit punerea la dispozitia cetatenilor a
informatiilor privind numarul de pensionari, modificarile legislative,
serviciile prestate, obligatiile si drepturile contribuabililor atat pentru
cei din tara, cat si pentru cei din strainatate.
http://www.cronicaromana.ro/?editie=278&page=articol&art=13056

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION

04.>>>>White House Web Scrubbing
.(washingtonpost.com: 18/12/2003)
It's not quite Soviet-style airbrushing, but the Bush administration has
been using cyberspace to make some of its own cosmetic touch-ups to history.
White House officials were steamed when Andrew S. Natsios, the administrator
of the U.S. Agency for International Development, said earlier this year
that U.S. taxpayers would not have to pay more than $1.7 billion to
reconstruct Iraq -- which turned out to be a gross understatement of the
tens of billions of dollars the government now expects to spend. Recently,
however, the government has purged the offending comments by Natsios from
the agency's Web site. The transcript, and links to it, have vanished.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A9821-2003Dec17.html

DIGITAL DIVIDE

05.>>>>The 'free' PC makes a comeback
.(CNN.com: 17/12/2003)
A brand-new computer for free may sound too good to be true, but a British
company is offering it to every UK household and even promising to replace
it with a new machine after three years. The catch? London-based Metronomy
says in return for a free IBM personal computer worth 800 pounds ($1,400
U.S.), customers will have to bear with one minute of on-screen advertising
for every 20 minutes of computer use. Each household will also have to use
the computer for at least 30 hours a month -- about an hour a day.
http://edition.cnn.com/2003/TECH/ptech/12/17/free.pc.reut/index.html

06.>>>>Hewitt wants internet access for all by 2008
.(Guardian Unlimited: 16/12/2003)
The government yesterday pledged itself to one of the most stretching
technology targets in Europe, saying that every home in Britain will have
access to online services within the next five years. The move, by trade and
industry secretary Patricia Hewitt, came as new super-regulator Ofcom
prepared its report on the state of the broadband market, for publication
today. It is expected to call for changes to the way that high-speed
internet access is provided in the UK to make broadband cheaper.
http://politics.guardian.co.uk/media/story/0,12123,1107904,00.html

ACCESS

07.>>>>Fiber to the People
.(Wired Magazine: December 2003)
Burlington, Vermont, is building a network. Like many municipalities across
North America, it has decided to construct an advanced fiber network on its
own. The AFN is being deployed first to support city services. Then, as part
of the four-phase project, this municipality of just 40,000 will extend
blazingly fast Internet service to businesses and residences.
http://www.wired.com/wired/archive/11.12/view.html?pg=5

E-GOVERNMENT

08.>>>>E-government fails to catch on
.(Guardian Unlimited: 15/12/2003)
Virtually all Britons know where they can get online - but three-quarters of
them have never even visited a government website, a report out today
reveals. The e-envoy, Andrew Pindar, published his fourth and final UK
Online report as the government announced it would appoint a new head of
e-government early next year.
http://politics.guardian.co.uk/egovernment/story/0,12767,1107516,00.html

09.>>>>E-Gov starts next phase
.(FCW.com: 18/12/2003)
The next phase of e-government will involve looking at the federal
enterprise architecture to identify projects that will yield a "common
government solution," said Karen Evans, the Office of Management and Budget
information technology chief. In the coming year, OMB officials will focus
on finding projects that fall into four lines of business that weren't
originally identified as a part of the 24 e-government initiatives: public
health information systems, criminal investigation, human resources systems
and financial management applications.
http://www.fcw.com/fcw/articles/2003/1215/web-evans-12-18-03.asp

POLICY

10.>>>>New beginners' handbook aims to get more people involved in ICT
policy
.(APCNews: 18/12/2003)
Information and communications technologies (ICTs) have become essential
tools for development and the degree of access to ICT, as well as
affordability of access, is largely determined by policy decisions taken at
the national, regional and international levels. APC's new book "ICT Policy:
A Beginner's Handbook" lays out the issues and dispenses with the jargon to
encourage more people to get involved in ICT policy processes.
http://www.apc.org/english/news/index.shtml?x=16108

11.>>>>INTERNET-2 project launched in Belarus
.(E-Belarus: 12/12/2003)
INTERNET -2 (Fostering ICT usage in Belarus) supported by UNDP is a joint
initiative of Belarusian governmental institutions (Ministry of Education is
among them) and of NGOs. A three year project is aimed at ICT infrastructure
development for civil society organizations, education and libraries. ICT
will contribute to sustainable development of social partnership and human
capital.
http://www.e-belarus.org/news/200312121.html

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