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Das Buch zum Projekt „Stein-Hardenberg 2.0“ kann bestellt werden
ImageDas Buch mit den Ergebnissen zum abgeschlossenen Forschungsprojekt „Zukunft der Verwaltung/Stein-Hardenberg 2.0“ ist im August beim edition sigma Verlag als Band 15 in der Reihe „E-Government und die Erneuerung des öffentlichen Sektors“ erschienen. Es kann ab sofort unter folgendem Link bestellt werden: www.edition-sigma.de/detailshow.php?ISBN=978-3-89404-845-7

Das IfG.CC wurde mit dem Projekt vom Innenministerium des Landes Brandenburg beauftragt, das wiederum als Konsortialführer für folgende weitere Auftraggeber handelt: das Bundesministerium des Innern, die Senatsverwaltung für Inneres und Sport des Landes Berlin, die Freie und Hansestadt Hamburg – vertreten durch die Finanzbehörde, die AöR Dataport der Länder Schleswig-Holstein, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern und der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg.

IfG.CC Forum: Hands-on Seminare & Workshops
ImageAus der Wissenschaft für die Praxis: Aktuelle Hands-on-Workshops der IfG.CC-Forum-Reihe:

Der Workshop "Prozesspriorisierung" zeigt Vorgehensweisen des IfG.CC zur Auswahl und Priorisierung von Geschäftsprozessen auf. Der Workshop "Prozessmodellierung" vermittelt Einblicke in die innovativen Methoden des IfG.CC bei der Modellierung von Geschäftsprozessen.
Der Workshop "Mobile Services" informiert über Einsatzmöglichkeiten und Anwendungsperspektiven von mobilen Dienstleistungen. Der Workshop "Shared Services" zeigt mögliche Bereiche der Bündelung von Unterstützungsprozessen anhand praktischer Beispiele auf.

Die Teilnahme ist für Beschäftigte der öffentlichen Verwaltung bzw. öffentlicher Unternehmen kostenlos. Die Teilnehmerzahl ist begrenzt.
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NEU: Prozessschwerpunkt-Workshops: Die schon seit einigen Jahren vom IFGCC angebotenen Hands-on-Workshops aus dem Bereich "Prozessmodellierung" werden in den nächsten Wochen durch Prozessschwerpunkt-Workshops ergänzt.


783 Romanian localities to connect to the Internet by the end of 2015
Sunday, 25 January 2015
The distribution network that will connect 783 Romanian localities to the Internet by the end of 2015 will have a length of about 4,900 kilometers, the Ministry for Information Society (MSI) announced in a release on Thursday.

The broadband Internet connection of the 783 localities will be implemented under the project titled "Ro-NET: Building a national broadband infrastructure in disadvantaged areas through the use of structural funds" where the MSI is an applicant - beneficiary as of December 18, 2014.


IN: Power ministry updates its websites, makes them user friendly
Sunday, 25 January 2015
As a part of the government’s ‘Digital India’ initiative, the Ministry of Power, Coal and New and Renewable Energy has re-designed and launched its websites to make them user-friendly, mobile and tablet responsive as well as engaging.

Power Minister Piyush Goyal launched the updated websites including Ministry of Power: http://www.powermin.nic.in; Ministry of Coal: http://www.coal.nic.in and Ministry of New and Renewable Energy: http://www.mnre.nic.in here on January-20.


CA: Saskatchewan: Electronic health records see progress
Sunday, 25 January 2015
The government celebrated a “milestone” for Saskatchewan’s electronic health records (EHR) Tuesday, but the years-in-the-making system isn’t finished yet.

“The work doesn’t end after today,” said Health Minister Dustin Duncan.

“It’s an important day for us to take some time to recognize and celebrate all the hard work that’s been underway over a number of years.”


AU: E-health helping young people in distress
Sunday, 25 January 2015
ASHLEY HALL: As the Federal Government contemplates reforming the mental health sector, experts in the field are urging it to invest more in e-mental health services. They say the use of technology to help people with mental health issues is not only cheap, but it's effective as well.

Lexi Metherell has taken a look at a pioneering online service which began in Australia.


GB: Not one government department can say all of its staff have basic digital skills
Sunday, 25 January 2015
Not one government department can say that all of its staff have the basic digital skills required under the Government Digital Strategy, but most are aiming to hit that target by the end of 2015.

A set of reports published earlier this week show the progress that government departments have made in this area, and plans for the year ahead.


US: Telehealth: Convenience driving interest in visiting a doctor via video
Sunday, 25 January 2015
The convenience of a virtual visit with a doctor, via video, could lead to many switching their medical care to those that are willing to embrace new technology, according to new research from telehealth firm American Well.

A survey for American Well, conducted online by Harris Poll among 2,019 U.S adults aged 18 and over, found that nearly two-thirds (64%) are willing to conduct a video visit with a doctor. The top reason for choosing this channel is convenience, according to 61% of respondents.


IN: Uttarakhand: Govt to embrace technology to overcome shortage of docs
Sunday, 25 January 2015
In 2015, the state government will increasingly rely on modern technology to bridge the geographical remoteness and scarcity of radiologists and physicians, providing medical facilities to the patients in the state.

The technology driven solutions in the form of teleradiology and telemedicine are expected to become the main tools for the Uttarakhand government for which around $19 million have been sanctioned by World Bank. In Uttarakhand physicians and radiologists are a dime a dozen and one has to witness first-hand the feeling of utter desperation that the patients requiring immediate MRI and scan reports face, if they land up in the middle of the night. Usually there is nobody to take the scan and read the reports at 12 midnight so that the diagnosis could proceed.


GB: Politicians pledge support for ICT in education
Sunday, 25 January 2015
The government has made it clear that it intends working more closely with the IT industry in order to meet its ambitions to increase the use of ICT in schools and colleges.

Over the past couple of days the BETT show taking place in East London has been a platform for both government and opposition representatives to call for more computing in education.


IN: Chhattisgarh bags National E-Governance award 2014-15
Saturday, 24 January 2015
Chhattisgarh government has been selected for the prestigious National e-Governance Award (GOLD) 2014-15 for innovative use of geographic information technology.

State’s ‘Geographic Information System’ project, implemented through its IT agency Chhattisgarh Infotech and Biotech Promotion Society (CHiPS) has bagged the National e-Governance Award (GOLD), Principal Secretary, Information Technology Department, Aman Kumar Singh said today.


Digital India: Centre seeks status report on school infrastructure in Odisha
Saturday, 24 January 2015
The human resource development (HRD) ministry has asked the Odisha government for a status report on infrastructure in schools for implementing Digital India programme.

It is aimed at transforming India into a digital empowered society by introducing wi-fi facility and e-books.

"Technology for education and e-education are two major components of the programme. All schools should have broadband connections and develop online courses for distance education," a letter from HRD ministry said.


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