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Newsletter nr. 79 din 13 Octombrie 2004
ROMANIA

01.>>>>Cursuri de e-learning pentru acreditarea de specialisti in comert international
02.>>>>Utilizatorii de internet, mai indecisi decat restul populatiei
03.>>>>Sistemul informatic pentru sedintele executivului este "strict secret"


E-GOVERNMENT

04.>>>>National Jury Center Website Launched
05.>>>>Secure exchange infrastructure for e-government presented in France
06.>>>>Poor infrastructure hinders e-gov't in new EU

E-VOTE

07.>>>>Students win suit against e-voting company
08.>>>>Observers remain uneasy over e-vote machines

ONLINE POLICY

09.>>>>Take-up of electronic signatures remains low in Germany
10.>>>>Nations Plan for Net's Future


POLICY

11.>>>>Global Partners Launch E-Policy Resource Network
12.>>>>Visionaries outline web's future
13.>>>>New recommendations for EU e-government beyond 2005


ROMANIA

01.>>>>Cursuri de e-learning pentru acreditarea de specialisti in
comert international
...(Bizcity, 13/10/2004)
Fundatia "Agentia pentru Generarea Initiativelor Locale" a lansat in
Romania cursurile din programul de acreditare pentru Specialisti in
Comert International ale Electronic Business School of Ireland.
Cursurile de e-learning, la distanta, acopera toate ariile esentiale
necesare celor ce lucreaza in comertul international zi de zi, intre
care: pregatirea documentelor, transport, depozitare, vamuire,
INCOTERMS, documentatii de credit, documente de ridicare, finantare
in comert international, ebusiness.
http://www.bizcity.ro/index.php?x=readnews&sid=14542

02.>>>>Utilizatorii de internet, mai indecisi decat restul populatiei
...(Revista Presei, 11/10/2004)
Studii realizate recent arata ca gradul de nehotarare electorala la
alegerile din noiembrie este cu peste 50% mai mare in randul
utilizatorilor de internet comparativ cu cel inregistrat la nivelul
populatiei globale a Romaniei.
Studiul realizat de CURS (Centrul de Sociologie Urbana si Regionala)
pe un esantion reprezentativ la nivel national (1.250 persoane cu
varsta peste 18 ani) in perioada 25 august - 1 septembrie 2004, arata
ca 18,8% dintre cei chestionati sunt nehotarati in ceea ce priveste
intentia de vot la alegerile parlamentare din aceasta toamna.
http://www.revistapresei.ro/articol.php?a=6933&s=2&ss=64

03.>>>>Sistemul informatic pentru sedintele executivului este "strict
secret"
...(Evenimentul Zilei, 13/10/2004)
Guvernul a decis ca si cel de-al doilea contract referitor la
sistemul informatic realizat pentru sedintele executivului, in
valoare de 19 miliarde de lei, va fi considerat “strict secret”.
Primul - in valoare de 18 miliarde de lei, prin care ministrii au
fost dotati cu laptopuri, a fost tot secret. Rezulta 37 de miliarde
de lei (peste 1,1 milioane dolari), o suma despre care contribuabilul
nu poate afla cum a fost cheltuita.
http://www.revistapresei.ro/articol.php?a=7126&s=2&ss=64


E-GOVERNMENT

04.>>>>National Jury Center Website Launched
...(BeSpacific, 11/10/2004)
Press release: "The American Judicature Society's National Jury
Center has launched a Web site on the jury. The site is designed for
use by potential jurors and court administrators, as well as the
media, lawyers, judges, researchers, and interested members of the
public."
http://www.bespacific.com/mt/archives/cat_legal_research.html

05.>>>>Secure exchange infrastructure for e-government presented in
France
...(eGovernment News – 06/10/2004)
After successful testing, FAST – a secure infrastructure supporting
legally-binding interchange of electronic documents – was officially
launched on 30 September. It could now be adopted by a great number
of public bodies throughout France and represent a major step forward
for the digitisation of administrative processes.
FAST consists in an exchange platform for electronic delivery/receipt
of documents with legal value. Under French law, acts issued by
regional and local authorities, as well as by ‘decentralised’
government offices, are submitted to a ‘legality check’ (‘contrôle de
légalité’) performed by a representative of central Government.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3357/194

06.>>>>Poor infrastructure hinders e-gov't in new EU
...(IDG News Service, 04/10/2004)
While new European Union (E.U.) member countries must meet key
requirements on e-government initiatives to fit in with the union's
goal of creating an advanced information society, many of the
countries are being hindered by poor communications and IT
infrastructure, a new report claims. A survey of the 10 new Central
and Eastern European member states and candidate country Turkey,
released by the Economist Intelligence Unit Ltd. (EIU) this week,
found that a lack of government commitment on e-government
implementation, combined with a dearth of broadband and fixed-line
telephone networks was slowing progress in the region.
http://cio.co.nz/cio.nsf/0/C69DD42F5EE30A4FCC256F23001343F6?OpenDocument

E-VOTE

07.>>>>Students win suit against e-voting company
...(Phoenix, 7/10/2004)
After six months of waiting for a decision in a lawsuit he filed with
Luke Smith ’06 and the Online Policy Group, an internet service
provider, Nelson Pavlosky ’06 “was literally caught napping” when the
decision was announced last Thursday.
http://phoenix.swarthmore.edu/2004-10-07/news/14281

08.>>>>Observers remain uneasy over e-vote machines
...(USATODAY, 03/10/2004)
Potential problems with electronic voting — and very real mishaps —
have gained more public attention in recent months, and manufacturers
and election officials have tried to play down concerns. But some
state officials have also chosen to build in more safeguards to
ensure that the electronic vote data, if corrupted either
accidentally or maliciously, have a backup. That means one thing: a
paper record.
http://www.usatoday.com/news/politicselections/2004-10-03-evote-unease_x.htm

ONLINE POLICY

09.>>>>Take-up of electronic signatures remains low in Germany
...(eGovernment News, 07/10/2004)
According to a study on “Electronic signatures in e-government”
released by Mummert Consulting on 01 October 2004, take up of digital
signatures by German municipalities, citizens and businesses remains
very low, making paperless government a distant vision.
Indeed, the study found that so far only 8% of German municipalities
make use of electronic signatures. In addition, both citizens and
businesses are failing to take advantage of the limited number of e-
government services for which documents may be signed electronically.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3358/194

10.>>>>Nations Plan for Net's Future
...(wired news 11/10/2004)
National governments, with input from nongovernmental organizations,
are laying the groundwork for a new internet governance structure.
Naturally, all countries do not share the same ideas about how the
internet should develop. But all are coping with the common problems
of spam, cybersecurity and the digital divide.
The most significant divergence of thinking centers on the question
of whether development should be left to the market to determine or
set by government policy. The United States has tended to come down
on the side of market forces. Yet. Japan and Korea -- countries that
have industrial policies -- have higher levels of broadband
penetration than the United States.
http://www.wired.com/news/technology/0,1282,65254,00.html?tw=wn_tophead_6

POLICY

11.>>>>Global Partners Launch E-Policy Resource Network
...(ICTD Newsmaster, 6/10/2004)
THE United Nations Information Communications Technologies {ICT} Task
Force, in collaboration with the Canadian government, Ireland, and
the United Nations Economic Commission for Africa {ECA} have launched
Global e-policy Resource Network, ePol-NET.
The e-policy Resource Network launched at the World Summit on
Information Society held at Geneva, is a key initiative of the
Digital Opportunity Task Force {DOT} report card that was presented
few years ago to G8 Leaders at a summit held in Kananaskis, Canada.
http://allafrica.com/stories/200410060327.html

12.>>>>Visionaries outline web's future
...(BBC news 8/10/2004)
Universal access to all human knowledge could be had for around
$260m, a conference about the web's future has been told.
The idea of access for all was put forward by visionary Brewster
Kahle, who suggested starting by digitally scanning all 26 million
books in the US Library of Congress.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/technology/3725884.stm

13.>>>>New recommendations for EU e-government beyond 2005
...(Policy, 05/10/2004) 
On 28 September, at a meeting chaired by the EU Dutch presidency,
leaders and representatives of national e-government initiatives from
some 30 European countries issued a set of recommendations for
modernising and stimulating innovation in public administrations
between now and 2010.
According to the eGovernment subgroup of the eEurope Advisory Group,
modern and innovative public administrations are essential to achieve
the Lisbon goal of making Europe the world’s most competitive
knowledge-based economy by 2010. In this respect, the subgroup
believes e-government is the way forward and should now deliver on
its promise.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3325/194

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