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Newsletter nr. 74 din 14 Iulie 2004

ROMANIA
01.>>>>Ghidul de completare a formularelor on-line
02.>>>>Parerea alegatorilor

ON-LINE POLITICS
03.>>>>Parties to Allow Bloggers to Cover Conventions for First Time
04.>>>>Net-based campaigning still long way off

TRANSPARENCY
05.>>>>Dutch e-government not "transparent" enough, new report says
06.>>>>New site preps 'Freedom of Information Act'
07.>>>>New portal brings Portuguese Government closer to citizens and businesses

E-VOTE
08.>>>>Belgian Government publishes source code of e-voting software

E-GOVERNMENT
09.>>>>New Member States, future e-government champions?
10.>>>>Training e-government leaders: Estonia's E-Governance Academy
11.>>>>Online tax for Turkey


ROMANIA

01.>>>>Ghidul de completare a formularelor on-line
…(Romania Libera: 12/07/2004)
Incepand cu aceasta luna, cand au intrat in vigoare noile acte
normative, Oficiul National al Registrului Comertului a pus la
dispozitia solicitantilor Ghidul de completare a formularelor on-line
(pe pagina de Internet a Oficiului National al Registrului
Comertului -
http://www.onrc.ro).
http://www.romanialibera.ro/editie/index.php?url=articol&tabel=z12072004&idx=65

02.>>>>Parerea alegatorilor
…(Evenimentul Zilei: 13/07/2004)
Timisorenii isi pot exprima opiniile referitoare la proiectele de
hotariri ce urmeaza sa fie dezbatute de alesii locali. Acestea pot fi
consultate la sediul primariei sau la adresa de Internet www.primariatm.ro.
http://www.evenimentulzilei.ro/vest/?news_id=160394

ON-LINE POLITICS

03.>>>>Parties to Allow Bloggers to Cover Conventions for First Time
…(The Washington Post: 06/07/2004)
More than 15,000 people will converge on Boston later this month to
cover the Democratic National Convention -- including, for the first
time, bloggers. …The Republican Party recently decided that it will
also give bloggers credentials for its convention later this summer.
A spokesman for the event said it is still working out details.
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A29588-2004Jul5.html?referrer=email

04.>>>>Net-based campaigning still long way off
…(The Japan Times: 07/07/2004)
Candidates vying for House of Councilors seats in Sunday's election
will not have the luxury of updating their positions or activities
via the popular medium of the Internet. Most candidates have Web
sites, Web logs, or blogs, and e-mail newsletters, but had to put all
their information out by the night of June 23, as the Public Offices
Election Law does not allow them to update their sites or send any
electronic information during the June 24-July 11 campaign period.
http://www.japantimes.co.jp/cgi-bin/getarticle.pl5?nn20040707f2.htm

TRANSPARENCY

05.>>>>Dutch e-government not "transparent" enough, new report says
…(eGovernment News: 09/07/2004)
On 6 July 2004, Burger@overheid ("citizen@government")
released "Transparent Digital Government", a survey of the level
of "digital transparency" of 28 Government bodies, including 14
municipalities. Transparency levels were determined according to a
number of criteria linked to information provision and interactive
features. For instance, Government information should be available
online, be accurate, easy to find and understandable. Researchers
collected data by examining the Internet sites of the concerning
organisations and by sending them a questionnaire.
http://europa.eu.int/ISPO/ida/jsps/index.jsp?
fuseAction=showDocument&documentID=2701&parent=chapter&preChapterID=0-
140-194

06.>>>>New site preps 'Freedom of Information Act'
…(netimperative: 02/07/2004)
The Government has launched a website in preparation for the Freedom
of Information Act which will come into effect in November. About
100,000 public authorities including GP surgeries to police forces,
and central Government departments, will have acces to the foi.gov.uk
site.
http://www.netimperative.com/cmn/viewdoc.jsp?cat=all&docid=BEP1_News_0000066829

07.>>>>New portal brings Portuguese Government closer to citizens and businesses
...(IDA: 14/07/2004)
The Portuguese Government launched in March 2004 a new portal for
citizens and businesses. Currently providing access to over 700
services, this portal is meant to be a catalyst for e-transformation
and increased user satisfaction.
http://europa.eu.int/ISPO/ida/jsps/index.jsp?fuseAction=showDocument&documentID=2667&parent=chapter&preChapterID=0-140-196-299-603

E-VOTE

08.>>>>Belgian Government publishes source code of e-voting software
…(eGovernment News: 05/07/2004)
The Belgian Ministry of the Interior has made the source code of the
Digivote and Jites e-voting software publicly available after the
June 13 European and regional elections. According to an analysis by
data conversion and reverse engineering experts aFRONT, the Digivote
system compromises the anonymity of the voting procedure.
http://europa.eu.int/ISPO/ida/jsps/index.jsp?fuseAction=showDocument&documentID=2686&parent=chapter&preChapterID=0-140-194

E-GOVERNMENT

09.>>>>New Member States, future e-government champions?
…(IDA eGovernment Newsletter: June 2004)
E-government is progressing at varying speeds in the 10 countries
that joined the EU on 1 May 2004, where it remains on average less
sophisticated than in older Member States. However, these countries
are set to gain much from the EU's coordinated approach to
Information Society development and support for public sector reform.
Recent research even suggests that some of them could become e- government champions in the coming years.
http://europa.eu.int/ISPO/ida/jsps/index.jsp?fuseAction=showDocument&documentID=2670&parent=chapter&preChapterID=0-140-196-299-603

10.>>>>Training e-government leaders: Estonia's E-Governance Academy
…(IDA eGovernment Newsletter: June 2004)
Having spent about 1% of the state budget on public sector IT
development over the last ten years, Estonia has established itself
as a recognised e-government champion in Europe. To help its
neighbours benefit from its expertise and reap the benefits of e- enabled government reform, it has created an E-Governance Academy.
http://europa.eu.int/ISPO/ida/jsps/index.jsp?fuseAction=showDocument&documentID=2669&parent=chapter&preChapterID=0-140-196-299-603

11.>>>>Online tax for Turkey
…(KableNET.com: 05/07/2004)
The Turkish Ministry of Finance is setting up a $64m national tax
network allowing people to file their tax returns online, it was
announced on 5 June 2004. In its largest e-government project so far,
the Ministry is integrating 326 government offices into the
nationwide network, which is hoped to improve administrative
workflows and speed up processing.
http://www.kablenet.com/kd.nsf/Frontpage/ED2E73715A0C812980256EC8003BAB2E?OpenDocument
 

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