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Newsletter nr. 80 din 21 Octombrie 2004
ROMANIA

01.>>>>Internet de cartier, o afacere ilegala
02.>>>>Ponderea calculatoarelor în IMM-urile românești

E-GOVERNMENT

03.>>>>Promoting innovative e-government initiatives at local and regional level
04.>>>>Building an 'Open Administration' in Catalonia
05.>>>>IT spending on e-government continues to grow in Western Europe
06.>>>>Vietnam showcases e-govt efforts
07.>>>>E-government in Croatia

E-VOTE

08.>>>>LONDON PREPARES FOR E-ELECTIONS
09.>>>>E-vote at Risk

POLICY

10.>>>>Public sector knowledge-sharing system goes live in the UK
11.>>>>French Government launches consultation on e-signature framework policy

M-GOVERNMENT

12.>>>>'M-Parking' increasingly popular in Austrian cities 


ROMANIA

01.>>>>Internet de cartier, o afacere ilegala
...(Revista Presei, 16/10/2004)
Multi romani se aboneaza la Internet, apoi redistribuie semnalul,
ilegal, in retele care sint formate si din cite 300 de utilizatori
Tot mai multi romani au reusit, in ultimii ani, sa-si aduca Internetul
acasa. Statisticile oficiale arata ca numarul utilizatorilor casnici a
crescut considerabil, chiar daca procentul ramine mult sub cel din
Occident. Asta si pentru ca statisticile iau in calcul doar persoanele
fizice care s-au conectat la retelele legale de Internet.
http://www.revistapresei.ro/articol.php?a=7318&s=2&ss=64

02.>>>>Ponderea calculatoarelor în IMM-urile românești
...(Media Trust, ITinfo, 19/10/2004)
Rezultatele unui sondaj realizat de ANIMMC (Asociația Națională pentru
Întreprinderi Mici și Mijlocii și Cooperație), în doar 41% dintre
hotelurile și restaurantele românești există computere și doar 1% dețin
o rețea internă. 2% au pagină de web și 4% au acces la Internet și
folosesc e.-mail-ul pentru a coresponda. Al polul opus se află sectorul
construcțiilor, unde aproape toate firmele sunt dotate cu computere. Din
numărul total al IMM-urilor din România, doar 10% au pagină de web și
32% folosesc e-mail-ul. Sondajul a fost efectuat pe un eșantion de 993
de companii.
http://www.ecarti.net/mediatrust/IT//19.10.2004/CU11_CAL.pdf

E-GOVERNMENT

03.>>>>Promoting innovative e-government initiatives at local and
regional level
...(IDA, 18/10/2004)
A study published in early 2004 by the Committee of the Regions provides
valuable insight into some of Europe's most innovative e-government
projects at regional and local level. By doing so, it also highlights
the key contribution of these local and regional initiatives to the
success of Europe's transition to e-government.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3331/5642

04.>>>>Building an 'Open Administration' in Catalonia
...(IDA, 18/10/2004)
Considered by many experts as a reference model for e-government and
change management at regional level, Catalonia is entering a new phase
of its "Open Administration" programme.
The Catalan e-government programme, known as "Open Administration of
Catalonia" (or, in Catalan, Aministració Oberta de Catalunya - AOC), was
launched in October 2000. It is a joint undertaking by the Autonomous
Government of Catalonia (Generalitat) and the region's municipal
administrations represented in the Localret consortium for the
development of ICT at local level.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3329/5642

05.>>>>IT spending on e-government continues to grow in Western Europe
...(eGovernment News, 14/10/2004)
E-government IT spending is expected to increase over the next few years
in the largest Western European countries, market intelligence firm IDC
announced on 12/04/2004.
According to new research from IDC, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, and
the UK are all expected to increase their IT spending on e-government
over the next few years.
In June 2004, IDC had forecast that total IT spending in the Western
European government sector for the period 2003-2008 would rise from USD
22.4bn (EUR 18.6bn) to USD 29.6bn (EUR 24.6bn) in central government and
from USD 15.6bn (EUR 12.9bn) to USD 21.1bn (EUR 17.5bn) in local
government. IDC said this growth in IT budgets would be fuelled by new
initiatives rather than routine upgrades, including e-government
projects that would have a significant impact on central and local
government modernisation processes.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3384/194

06.>>>>Vietnam showcases e-govt efforts
...(Public Sector Technology & Management, 18/10/2004)
The Vietnamese authorities are looking to encourage the development of
IT-enabled governance in the country, with the removal of legal
obstacles to e-transactions. Last week 80 technology companies showcased
their solutions at a government-supported tradeshow in Hanoi, under the
theme 'Towards an e-government in Vietnam'.
http://www.pstm.net/article/index.php?articleid=393

07.>>>>E-government in Croatia
...(IDA, 18/10/2004)
The Croatian e-government strategy is set in the e-Croatia 2007
Programme, which was adopted in December 2003. Based on the principles
and priorities outlined in the eEurope 2005 Action Plan, the e-Croatia
strategy sets the objective of providing online access to key services
in public administration, health, education and the justice system by
2007. In addition to improving the quality and responsiveness of public
services to citizens and businesses, this strategy is also aimed at
reducing red tape and corruption while delivering significant cost
savings on government operations.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3327/5642

E-VOTE

08.>>>>LONDON PREPARES FOR E-ELECTIONS
...(EGOV MONITOR, 18/10/2004)
Plans are underway for what could prove to be the single largest
implementation of electronic voting ever attempted in the UK.
Millions of Londoners could be given the opportunity to vote
electronically through the internet, mobile phone, SMS text messaging,
interactive digital television and polling stations during the next
Greater
London Authority mayoral and assembly elections in 2008.
http://www.egovmonitor.com/go?145i

09.>>>>E-vote at Risk
...(COMPUTERWORLD, 18/10/2004)
Despite vendor assurances, researchers remain concerned about the
security and reliability of electronic voting systems.  
This November, as many as 50 million Americans could vote for president
using some form of electronic touch-screen system, the vast majority of
which have been designed by McKinney, Texas-based Diebold Election
Systems. That has some IT and security researchers holding their breath
because of the faulty track record of Diebold's technology and a
government-endorsed testing and certification process that they say is
deeply flawed.
http://www.computerworld.com/governmenttopics/government/story/0,10801,96659,00.html

POLICY

10.>>>>Public sector knowledge-sharing system goes live in the UK
...(eGovernment News, 13/10/2004) 
Launched on 12 October 2004, KEN Knowledge Engine is the result of the
combined efforts of 38 local authorities in the West Midlands region.
The brand new region-wide knowledge management tool, which is now
accessible to 270,000 local government sector staff, is the first online
public sector knowledge-sharing infrastructure of such a scale in
Europe. "We hope this development will act as a road map for other local
authorities across the country", said Paul Tilsley, Birmingham City
Councillor.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3383/194

11.>>>>French Government launches consultation on e-signature framework
policy
...(eGovernment News, 11/10/2004)
The second version of the 'Intersectoral Referencing Security Policy'is
designed to provide a clear framework for the use of electronic
signatures in e-government services.
Initially published in October 2003 by the French e-government agency
(Agency for the Development of Electronic Administration - ADAE), the
PRIS provides certification authorities and public and private
organisations delivering e-services with a clear framework concerning
the conditions under which digital certificates are acceptable for
public administrations. The policy framework is based on the principle
that certification services are provided by private players competing in
a market where users are free to choose their suppliers
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3379/194

M-GOVENMENT

12.>>>>'M-Parking' increasingly popular in Austrian cities 
...(eGovernment News, 12/10/2004)
Paying by mobile phone is becoming more and more popular in six Austrian
cities where 50,000 drivers can now purchase their car-park tickets by
SMS.
Installed one year ago by Siemens Business Services and Mobilkom Austria
in the cities of Vienna, Gleisdorf, Mödling, Stockerau, St. Poelten and
Bregenz, "m-parking" is now the most successful mobile business project
in Austria. This success can be explained by the advantages m-parking
offers to both drivers and local authorities. Users benefit from the
system's convenience - no need to walk to the nearest parking meter and
no need to carry coins - and flexibility, as parking time can be
extended by mobile phone at anytime from anywhere. Cities benefit from
an efficient way to monitor and manage parking lots while increasing
revenue and streamlining income collection.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3380/194

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