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Newsletter nr. 82 din 4 Noiembrie 2004
ROMANIA

>>>>01.Microsoft România va realiza produse software pentru sistemul e-guvernare
>>>>02.Studiul Roland Berger despre utilizarea Internetului

E-GOVERMNENT

>>>>03.Italian Government monitors progress of regional and local e-government projects
>>>>04.UK Government amends ID card plans
>>>>05.Future EU passports to include fingerprint scans

E-VOTE

>>>>06.E-POLL project running e-voting pilots in Italy and France
>>>>07.A little good news about electronic voting
>>>>08.E-Voting Tests Get Failing Grade

POLICY

>>>>09.The Role of IT Policies in Promoting Social and Economic Development
>>>>10.ICT for Poverty Reduction: Think Big, Act Boldly

ROMANIA

>>>>01.Microsoft România va realiza produse software pentru sistemul e-guvernare
...(Azi, 2/11/2004)
Microsoft România a semnat cu Inspectoratul General pentru
Comunicatii si Tehnologia Informatiei (IGCTI) un contract în valoare
de 25,45 miliarde lei pentru realizarea de produse software destinate
dezvoltarii solutiei e-guvernare, au declarat agentiei Mediafax surse
din piata de profil. Acordul a fost încheiat la jumatatea lunii
octombrie, iar aplicatiile urmeaza sa fie livrate în termen de 3 luni
de la data intrarii în vigoare.
   Portalul Internet e-guvernare este definit ca un unic punct de
acces la servicii si informatii publice de interes atât pentru
persoane fizice, cât si pentru cele juridice.
http://www.azi.ro/arhive/2004/11/02/actual.htm#stirea9

>>>>02.Studiul Roland Berger despre utilizarea Internetului
...(Business Romania, 4/11/2004)
România are una dintre cele mai ridicate rate de creștere pentru
utilizatorii de Internet, comparativ cu alte țări din Estul și
Centrul Europei, se arată într-un studiu realizat de Roland Berger
Strategy Consultants. Numărul utilizatorilor de Internet a crescut de
la 350.000 pe săptămână, în 1998, la 145.000 pe săptămână în 2002.
http://www.businessromania.com/index.php?x=readnews&sid=5532

E-GOVERMNENT

>>>>03.Italian Government monitors progress of regional and local e-
government projects
...(IDA, 29/10/2004)
The Italian authorities have released the first monitoring report
assessing the progress made by regional and local e-government
projects carried out under the first phase of the Italian e-
government programme and co-financed by the Department for Innovation
and Technologies.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3426/194

>>>>04.UK Government amends ID card plans
...(IDA, 28/1/2004)
Plans to combine new compulsory biometric identity cards with
passports and driving licences have been dropped by the UK Government
further to doubts about the proposed scheme raised by a Parliamentary
committee report.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3425/194

>>>>05.Future EU passports to include fingerprint scans
...(IDA, 27/10/2004)
During its latest meeting, the Council also decided the dates of
application of the two mandatory biometrics. A facial image of the
holder will have to be included in all EU passports issued 18 months
after the date of adoption of technical specifications to implement
the Council Regulation on "standards for security features and
biometrics in passports and travel documents issued by Member
States", while fingerprints will be come mandatory after 36 months.
The Regulation will only apply to passports and travel documents, and
not to identity cards issued by Member States to their nationals.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3421/194

E-VOTE

>>>>06.E-POLL project running e-voting pilots in Italy and France
...(IDA, 25/10/2004)
E-POLL (Electronic Polling System for Remote Voting Operations) aims
to improve citizens' participation in government activities by
developing a complete e-voting service that is easily adaptable to
different legislations in European countries. The concept was
originally developed between September 2000 and November 2002 as an
IST research project under the EU's Fifth Framework Programme for
Research and Development. In addition to defining technological
requirements, this initial phase aimed at creating consensus around
the concept of electronic vote and ensuring citizen acceptance, while
facilitating the definition of required new legislation in the
countries involved in the project.
http://europa.eu.int/ida/en/document/3418/194

>>>>07.A little good news about electronic voting
...(News Forge, 2/11/2004)
The two years leading up to today's U.S. presidential election have
not been good for electronic voting, which is estimated to tally, or
at least attempt to tally, about 30 percent of all U.S. votes, or an
estimated 50 million ballots. The failures of voting machines and the
software they run has been rivaled only by inadequate federal and
state
election certification procedures that allowed questionable
technology to be carrying, or possibly corrupting, American votes.
However, after all of the frozen voting terminals, lost software
loads, mysteriously found machines, and vendors' efforts to keep it
all hushed, there is some good news on e-voting.
http://www.newsforge.com/article.pl?sid=04/11/01/1751247

>>>>08.E-Voting Tests Get Failing Grade
...(Wired news, 1/11/2004)
In the past year, voting activists have decried the secretive nature
of
voting-machine testing, saying no one knows how labs test equipment
or
how the equipment performs in tests. Generally only vendors and a
handful of computer consultants who volunteer for NASED see test
reports,
and the latter sign nondisclosure agreements, or NDAs.
http://www.wired.com/news/print/0,1294,65535,00.html

POLICY

>>>>09.The Role of Information Technology Policies in Promoting
Social and Economic Development: The Case of the State of Andhra
Pradesh, India
...(ITCD Newsmaster, 2/11/2004)
An examination of the information technology policies of the state of
Andhra Pradesh in India, from 1994 to 2002, reveals the promotion of
the three sectors of the information technology industry, technical
higher education institutions, and electronic government to attain
economic and social development. These three sectors have contributed
towards generating and increasing employment and technical education
opportunities, and ushered in efficient government services. However,
diverse social groups in the state with different levels of skills,
access, and education cannot benefit equally from these sectors.
http://www.is.cityu.edu.hk/research/ejisdc/vol19/v19r5.pdf

>>>>10.ICT for Poverty Reduction: Think Big, Act Boldly
...(ITCD News master, 1/11/2004)
Can information and communications technologies (ICTs) help countries
of South Asia overcome the current income, social and other
disparities?
The answer is a conditional `yes' -- with the caution that ICTs are
not a panacea that can fix deep-rooted ills. ICTs cannot turn bad
development into good development; they can only make good
development, better.
However, when used strategically and as part of a wider development
process, ICTs can offer substantial value addition.
http://www.globalknowledge.org/gkps_portal/index.cfm?menuid=418&parentid=14

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