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Newsletter nr. 81 din 28 Octombrie 2004

>>>>01.Greu cu utulizarea computerului
>>>>02.Campanie online in diaspora pentru votul din noiembrie
>>>>03.Departamentul pentru Relatii Interetnice - site internet


>>>>04.Wireless Internet and Municipal Government - The Brazilian Experience
>>>>05.International Workshop on e-Governance
>>>>06.E-government enters the US presidential race
>>>>07.Open Source Software Trials in Government - UK
>>>>08.83% of French citizens don't know what e-government is
>>>>09.Using ICT to Improve Government  Efficiency and Transparency: the Mozambican Case


>>>>10.Ethiopia Among 'Least Connected' By ICT
>>>>11.Social Appropriation of Internet Technology: a South African platform


>>>>12.The internet and democratic debate: Wired Americans
>>>>13.Belarusian Parliamentary Elections campaign in the Internet
>>>>14.Game appeal for Uruguay's voters


>>>>15.Leading-edge m-ticketing service to be launched in the German-Czech Vogtland border region 
>>>>16.The First International Conference on M-GOVERNMENT


>>>>01.Greu cu utilizarea computerului
...(Independent, 22/10/2004)
Doar 26% dintre romani stiu sa foloseasca un computer, releva
Barometrul de Opinie Publica, editia octombrie, realizat de
Gallup Romania, la comanda Fundatiei pentru o Societate Deschisa. In
mediul urban procentul celor care utilizeaza
calculatorul este mai mare decat al locuitorilor din mediul rural:
38%, fata de 11% la tara. Doar 13% dintre subiecti doresc
sa urmeze un curs pentru a invata sa lucreze pe calculator.

>>>>02.Campanie online in diaspora pentru votul din noiembrie
...(Evenimentul zilei, 19/10/2004)
Mai multi romani care se ocupa de administrarea unor site-uri
(webmaster) ale diaspora au decis sa participe la o campanie cu
dublu scop: de mobilizare a romanilor pentru votul din noiembrie si
de protest fata de limitarile posibilitatii de vot in
strainatate introduse de noua Lege electorala. Initiatorii campaniei
sint Cosmin Paun, din Elvetia, si Ciprian Dinica, din
Germania. Pina acum au aderat la campanie site-uri romanesti din
Canada, Italia, Statele Unite, Franta si Marea Britanie.

>>>>03.Departamentul pentru Relații Interetnice - site internet
...(Ziua, 23/10/2004)
Departamentul pentru Relații Interetnice din cadrul Guvernului și-a
lansat la sfârșitul lunii septembrie la Institutul
Francez din București pagina oficiala de Internet: Pe
această pagină pot fi obținute informații despre
legislația internă și internațională din domeniul minorităților din
România, rapoarte de monitorizare, învățământ în limba
minorităților, organizații ale minorităților, modul d funcționare a
Oficiului pentru Problemele Romilor.


>>>>04.Wireless Internet and Municipal Government - The Brazilian
...(ICTD Newsmaster, 22/10/2004)
The Wi-Fi Technology Forum was based on an interactive session to
explore how wireless Internet can bridge the connectivity
gap at the root of the digital divide in underserved areas of Brazil
and Latin America and provide a new age infrastructure
fostering economic development, workforce productivity and enabling
delivery of new social service applications in areas of
e-health, e-education & e-government.

>>>>05.International Workshop on e-Governance
...(IDA, 27/10/2004)
e-GovIndia 2004 is first among the series of workshops to be jointly
conducted by "The Society for Promotion of e-Governance
(SPEG)", New Delhi along with Danish technological Institute  with
the mission of helping the e-Government stake holders in
India learn about best practices being followed in various parts of
the world.. The workshop at Chandigarh is being conducted
in collaboration with Chandigarh Administration and will focus on e-
Europe best practices. The workshop is supported by  STPI
Mohali and Punjab Engineering College. IBM is the main sponsor for
the event.  The track of the workshop are designed by an
International advisory council and are aimed to be multidisciplinary
including technology/procedural & policy developments.

>>>>06.E-government enters the US presidential race
...(IDA, 18/10/2004)
As the US presidential race is entering its final stretch, the
current administration’s track record on e-government is
coming under criticism from the Democrat camp.
A policy brief released by democratic think tank Progressive Policy
Institute (PPI) on 14 October 2004 accused the Bush
administration of failing to make satisfactory progress on e-
government since 2001.

>>>>07.Open Source Software Trials in Government - UK
....(Bespacific, 27/10/2004)
OGC today released its report on Open Source Software Trials in
Government. This report outlines the findings of the trials
originally announced in October 2003. The report shows that Open
Source software is rapidly maturing, offers significant
potential benefits to government and should be actively considered
alongside proprietary alternatives.

>>>>08.83% of French citizens don't know what e-government is
...(IDA, 19/10/2004)
According to a new survey, over 80% of French citizens do not know
what “electronic administration” (e-government) means.
However, almost half of them have already used an e-government
Commissioned by the European Electronic Administration Forum –
France’s largest e-government event, to be held in Paris on
15-16 December 2004 – the survey was carried out by opinion research
firm BVA in early October among a representative sample of citizens.

>>>>09.Using ICT to Improve Government  Efficiency and Transparency:
the Mozambican Case
...(developmentgateway, 26/10/2004)
To date, most effort, in e-government, is centered on publishing and
not in the subsequent phases of interaction and transaction.
particularly in developing countries face limited resources to move
fast in e-government, so a strong partnership between the public,
government, business and the civil society is instrumental in
determining the
expected outcomes and the effectiveness of e-government.


>>>>10.Ethiopia Among 'Least Connected' By ICT
...(ICTD Newsmaster, 22/10/2004)
Ethiopia is said to be among the "least connected" countries in the
world with the ever increasing Information and Communication
(ICT). A bid process to further expand the mobile service to 104
towns in
the country is currently being carried out. There is also the goal to
increase the capacity to more that one million by the end of 2005.

>>>>11.Social Appropriation of Internet Technology: a South African
...(The Journal of Community Informatics, 27/10/2004)
This project will aim to establish a research, teaching and community
engagement platform in Community Informatics (the social
of Internet Technologies for local benefit) which will link Cape
Peninsula University of Technology into a rapidly expanding
international area
of research and teaching as well as putting it into a national
leadership position.


>>>>12.The internet and democratic debate: Wired Americans
...(Democracies Online Newswire, 27/10/2004)
The internet and democratic debate: Wired Americans hear more points
of view about candidates and key issues than other
citizens. They are not using the internet to screen out ideas with
which they disagree.As wired Americans increasingly go
online for political news and commentary, we find that the internet
is contributing to a wider awareness of political views
during this year's campaign season.

>>>>13.Belarusian Parliamentary Elections campaign in the Internet
...(ipolicy, 22/10/2004)
According to analysis conduced by E-Belarus.ORG, October
parliamentary elections campaign in Belarus have showed that
political actors and civil activists in the country are becoming
aware of Internet potential for political struggle and

>>>>14.Game appeal for Uruguay's voters
...(BBC news, 23/10/2004)
A political party in Uruguay campaigning for the general election on
31 October has created an online game on its website in
order to attract young voters. The game is called Cambiemos, the
Spanish expression for Let's Change, which is the main
campaign theme promoted by the opposition left wing coalition Frente


>>>>15.Leading-edge m-ticketing service to be launched in the German-Czech Vogtland border region 
...(IDA, 20/10/2004)
280,000 people living in the Vogtland region along the German-Czech
border will soon be able to purchase bus and train
tickets by mobile phone.
Lower costs, higher revenues and improved customer relations are some
of the benefits the transportation authority is
anticipating from mobile ticket sales. But users will also benefit
from the new service, as they will no longer have to wait
in line at the ticket machine, and will enjoy the convenience of
being invoiced by direct debit.

>>>>16.The First International Conference on M-GOVERNMENT
...(IDA, 28/10/2004)
This conference, organised by the e-Government Foundation of the
Budapest University of Economic Sciences and Public
Administration, will address issues related to the application of
mobile telecomunications in public administration: use of
text messaging, wireless personal key identification, workflow
management facilitating mobile government, legal regulation
for mobile government, mobile-phone democracy, public administration
facilities in wireless technologies, best practices in mobile
government, etc.

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