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Newsletter nr. 82 din 5 Octombrie 2004
ROMANIA
01.>>>>Peste 4700 declarații depuse online de mari contribuabili prin www.e-guvernare.ro
02.>>>>IT-ul romanesc are partener francez

POLICY

03.>>>>Scotland publishes draft geographic information strategy
04.>>>>Belgian e-ID card enters deployment phase
05.>>>>e-Sri Lanka - Transforming Lives Through Technology

DIGITAL DIVIDE

06.>>>>Senegal seeks bridge across digital divide
07.>>>>Digital divide leaves a quarter of Brits stranded

E-VOTE

08.>>>>E-voting systems must be based on open standards, says Council of Europe
09.>>>>Swiss e-vote gets thumbs up

TRANSPARENCY

10.>>>>EU strikes accounting deal, misses transparency goal

E-GOVERNMENT

11.>>>>Hungarian "e-government" long on vision, short on services, says EIU
12.>>>>EU urged to rethink e-government
13.>>>>REPORT: e-Europe 2005


ROMANIA
01.>>>>Peste 4700 declarații depuse online de mari contribuabili prin
www.e-guvernare.ro
...(MCTI: 30/09/2004)
Până la sfarșitul acestei luni, prin intermediul serviciilor online
disponibile prin Sistemul Electronic Național (www.e-guvernare.ro),
428 de companii din capitală, mari contribuabili, au depus online
1080  declarațiile corespunzătoare lunii august, către Ministerul
Finanțelor Publice, ANOFM, CNPAS, CNAS. Astfel, numărul total al
acestora a ajuns  la 4763 în ultimele șapte luni.
http://www.mcti.ro/2199.html

02.>>>>IT-ul romanesc are partener francez
...(JUrnalul National: 4/10/2004)
Ministerul roman al Comunicatiilor si Tehnologiei Informatiei si
Ministerul Delegat al Industriei din Franta au semnat un memorandum
de intelegere in domeniul IT&C valabil pe o perioada de cinci ani.
http://www.jurnalul.ro/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=14279&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0

POLICY

03.>>>>Scotland publishes draft geographic information strategy
...(eGovernment News: 23/09/2004) 
The Scottish Executive has published a draft Geographic Information
Strategy aimed at improving public service delivery. The document
will be used as a basis for discussion with a range of stakeholders
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3299/194

04.>>>>Belgian e-ID card enters deployment phase
...(eGovernment News: 24/09/2004)
Following the publication of a royal order on 15 September 2004,
Belgium is set to become the first European country to generalise the
electronic identity card. Close to 10 million cards will be issued to
the country’s citizens over the next three to five years.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3301/194

05.>>>>e-Sri Lanka - Transforming Lives Through Technology
...(Development Gateway: 25/09/2004)
Lead: "A country battered by a civil war is being transformed into a
country ready to reap the fruits of growth, equity, and peace. This
is the vision of e-Sri Lanka, a path-breaking Bank development
project that will use Information Communication Technology (ICT) as a
key enabler of this transformation." World Bank website feature
story, September 22, 2004.
http://topics.developmentgateway.org/egovernment/rc/ItemDetail.do~1012245~intcmp=00001

DIGITAL DIVIDE

06.>>>>Senegal seeks bridge across digital divide
...(theregister.co.uk: 23/09/2004)
African leaders want to help the poorest nations on the continent
deal with poverty by persuading wealthier nations to subsidise mobile
phones and internet access. Abdoulaye Wade, the President of Senegal,
told reporters at the UN General Assembly that he is launching a
global fund to help widen access to technology. He said that there is
still a digital divide between poor and rich nations, stating
that "there are more telephones in Manhattan than in all Africa",
Reuters reports.
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2004/09/23/africa_technology/

07.>>>>Digital divide leaves a quarter of Brits stranded
...(vnunet.com: September 2004)
According to its latest survey investigating the nation's computing
habits, there are a "significant proportion of adults who are in
danger of being marginalised as the government gears society up for
the information age".
Although 59 per cent of poll respondents said they have a home PC, 26
per cent have no access to a PC whatsoever, whether at home, work,
college or a public library, suggesting that the IT revolution is in
danger of leaving behind a quarter of the population.
http://www.vnunet.com/news/1157886

E-VOTE

08.>>>>E-voting systems must be based on open standards, says Council
of Europe
...(eGovernment News: 20/09/2004)  
A recently finalised draft recommendation by the Committee of
Ministers of the Council of Europe (COE) stresses the need to ensure
that e-voting systems are transparent, auditable and based on open
standards.
Although it recognises the potential benefits of e-voting, the
Council of Europe believes it also carries certain risks. The COE’s
Committee of Ministers has thus entrusted the “Multidisciplinary Ad
Hoc Group of Specialists on legal, operational and technical
standards for e-enabled voting” with the task of developing a set of
standards that could be used as a reference by member states
considering the introduction of e-voting programmes.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3294/194

09.>>>>Swiss e-vote gets thumbs up
...(Virtual democracy: 27/09/2004)
SWITZERLAND has managed to stage what it thinks is the first legally
binding internet vote in a national referendum.
More than 2720 people in four Geneva suburbs, about one in five
voters in the region who took part, voted online on questions
including naturalisation laws, maternity leave and postal reform. The
vote followed a number of successful online local council elections,
and although 90 per cent of voters still used the traditional method
of papers and booths the poll is being hailed as a step toward
virtual democracy.
http://www.theinquirer.net/?article=18689

TRANSPARENCY

10.>>>>EU strikes accounting deal, misses transparency goal
...(Daily Times: 05/10/2004)
BRUSSELS: EU governments missed the goal of introducing fully
comparable accounting standards in 2005 by endorsing a compromise on
Friday that will allow banks to choose between slightly different
bookkeeping rules. European Union states cleared the final obstacle
to adopting new International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS)
next year as they backed a watered-down version of the controversial
IAS 39 derivatives rule that is key for banks, EU diplomats said.
http://www.dailytimes.com.pk/default.asp?page=story_3-10-2004_pg5_18

E-GOVERNMENT

11.>>>>Hungarian "e-government" long on vision, short on services,
says EIU
...(Interfax-Europe: 28/09/2004 )
Budapest- In terms of developing an "e-government," Hungary is in the
middle of the pack among new and prospective EU members from the
central and eastern European region, as well-intentioned information
society programs and a high level of IT education and skills have yet
to translate into viable online public services for citizens and
especially businesses, according to a survey by the Economist
Intelligence Unit (EIU).
Hungary was ranked fifth in the EIU's survey of 11 countries, just
behind Poland and ahead of Turkey. At the top, Estonia, the Czech
Republic and Slovenia have clearly pulled away from the rest of the
field, and their e-government services and infrastructure "now
compare favorably with the rest of the EU," according to the EIU.
http://www.interfax.com/com?item=Hung&pg=0&id=5758328&req=

12.>>>>EU urged to rethink e-government
...(Kablenet: 22/11/2004)
The EU must harmonise its e-goverment systems to make the most of
them, urges a report from the Dutch presidency that seeks to
promote 'innovation' in the use of technology. The Dutch presidency
of the EU wants to rethink Europe's e-government agenda encouraging
member states to adopt "more complex" applications and transactional
systems, according to its latest IT strategy report. The report,
which is published in advance of an EU IT policy conference on 29
September, 2004, calls for "breakthroughs" in e-government. Rather
than focusing on IT "connectivity" it wants to see more
sophisticated "innovative government services" on offer.
http://news.zdnet.co.uk/business/legal/0,39020651,39167443,00.htm

13.>>>>REPORT: e-Europe 2005
...(Development Gateway: 29/09/2004)
A study prepared by business school INSEAD assessed the "alignment"
of the new EU member states with the "old" ones in terms of the
objectives set out in the eEurope 2005 Action Plan. The study
measured 28 countries (25 EU Member States and three candidate
countries) based on how they compare to the average score of the
15 "old" member states.
http://www.euractiv.com/ndbtext/infosoc/insead-sapeeurope2005%20report.pdf

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