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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.
Wir freuen uns, auch Sie demnächst in Potsdam begrüßen zu dürfen.

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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.


Das Buch zum Projekt „Stein-Hardenberg 2.0“ kann vorbestellt werden
ImageDas Buch mit den Ergebnissen zum abgeschlossenen Forschungsprojekt „Zukunft der Verwaltung/Stein-Hardenberg 2.0“ erscheint im August beim edition sigma Verlag als Band 15 in der Reihe „E-Government und die Erneuerung des öffentlichen Sektors“. Es kann ab sofort unter folgendem Link vorbestellt 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.

AE: Our optimal use of technology upgrades smart city infrastructure: Al Tayer
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
RTA Chairman accepts three IT awards collected by the RTA

HE Mattar Al Tayer, Chairman of the Board and Executive Director of the Roads and Transport Authority (RTA), was delighted with the giant strides made ​​by the RTA in utilizing the latest technology to develop its business processes and services on offer to customers. "The optimal utilization of technology is a step forward towards developing the Smart City infrastructure which we seek to epitomize under the directives of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Vice President and Prime Minister of the UAE and Ruler of Dubai, besides being a rich source of corporate development."


IN: Nagaland: EPFO makes Digital Signature mandatory
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
The Employees' Provident Fund Organisation has now embarked upon its next phase of e-governance reforms with a view to make its services available to its stakeholders in an efficient, transparent and reliable manner and at low costs. In order to make the same successful it is necessary that establishments furnish electronically authenticated records using Digital Signature while submitting statutory returns, claim forms and other information requests etc.


US: Georgia Medical Board Sets Standards for Telemedicine
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
The Georgia Composite Medical Board has set new standards for the practice of telemedicine.

The Georgia Composite Medical Board has made a new regulation governing the standards for telemedicine practice, according to a blog post in the Health Care Law Today blog by Nathaniel Lacktman of Foley & Lardner.


MENA: Region Keeps Up with GIS to Shape Smart Cities and Grow Business
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
More than 25 speakers from Abu Dhabi municipalities and the world's largest mapping organisations will come together at the GIS Forum MENA this year. Slated to take place in Abu Dhabi from 8 to 9 September, the Forum will take on the potential of geographic information systems, or GIS, to fuel smart cities and drive return on investment (ROI) for both public and private organisations.

Drawing location data from devices such as our smartphones, GIS makes planning, resource management, and even investigations in science and crime more efficient, data scientists say. Add to this that the data can be mapped and modelled, and there is a formula to improve efficiency and control costs.


Welcome Start to Bridge Digital Divide in India
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
The digital India programme launched by the NDA government is a much-needed initiative that will help bridge the digital divide between urban and rural India and empower citizens. It aims to connect all gram panchayats by broadband Internet, promote e-governance and transform India into a connected knowledge economy. It provides a huge opportunity for India to use the latest technologies to redefine paradigms for delivery of services like education and financial inclusion.

The programme, to be implemented in phases till 2018, will ensure government services are available to citizens electronically. Various projects worth about `1 lakh crore will be undertaken to transform India into a digitally empowered knowledge economy. Such a huge task cannot be performed by the government alone and must involve a deeper engagement with India’s IT industry that employs nearly three million professionals against 10,000 in the government. The government must leverage the Indian IT industry in implementing the vision.


IN: Maharashtra: Nagpur: Central IT cell in every zilla parishad
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
Even though working of zilla parishads (ZPs) and in many cases panchayat samitis (PSs) and gram panchayats has been computerized, there is no link between them leading to waste of effort and poor governance. In order to remedy this situation, the government has decided to set up central information technology (CIT) cells in every ZP. The brief of these IT cells is an extensive one.

These cells have to facilitate e-governance at ZP, PS and panchayat level. The services to citizens provided under schemes should run smoothly.


IN: Giving urban bodies a digital makeover
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
E-governance is a hot topic these days and the German enterprise software maker SAP, which has a strong footprint in the government sector, is going full throttle to equip urban bodies and municipalities with modern IT solutions and services for efficient delivery of citizen centric services

For decades, various government departments—at the Central and state level—have suffered a technology bypass, relying on centuries-old processes and processes to manage and deliver public services. Simple day-to-day functions such as issuing marriage certificates, passport, birth and death registrations, or more complex tasks like tax collection, health services, water supply, city infrastructure development, including roads, parking or traffic signals—it is a difficult task for an ordinary citizen to get work done. Rural-urban migration and the hyper growth of cities in our country has only added to the urban chaos.


US: Pennsylvania: Telemedicine technology expands services to rural areas
Wednesday, 27 August 2014
Seconds after he appeared on a monitor set next to the emergency room bed, Edgar Kenton III, M.D., described how neurologists stationed 100 miles from Wayne Memorial Hospital will play a critical role in diagnosing and treating the hospital’s stroke patients.

Using the same two-way videoconferencing software as Dr. Kenton, the director of Geisinger Health System’s neurology department, neurologists employed at Geisinger clinics in Danville will remotely examine the patients, analyze brain scans and recommend treatment.


DeitY envisaged ‘Digital India’ gets a nod from the cabinet
Tuesday, 26 August 2014
Department of Electronics and Information Technology (DeitY) envisaged programme ‘Digital India’ received an approval from the Cabinet yesterday. The programme will be implemented in phases from now till 2018 and will aim to ensure that all Government services are made available electronically and bring connectivity to every citizen.

Focus on 3 key areas: The focus of the Digital India programme is to enable digital infrastructure for every citizen with high speed internet in all Gram Panchayats, sharable privates spaces in a public cloud, digital identity for citizens etc., bring governance and services on demand with single window access to all government departments, real time online availability of government services, making transaction above a threshold cashless etc., and digitally empowering citizens with universally accessible digital resources, support for Indic languages, availability of government documents/certificates online, collaborative and participative governance etc.


IT Industry 'Very Excited' About Government's Digital India Plan: Nasscom
Tuesday, 26 August 2014
Seeking a deeper engagement in the 'Digital India' initiative, IT industry body Nasscom said on Thursday it plans to hold a roundtable with government officials to discuss the role that the over $100 billion (approximately Rs. 6 lakh crore) industry can play in implementing the ambitious plan.

The Cabinet yesterday approved the ambitious 'Digital India' programme, which aims to connect all gram panchayats by broadband Internet, promote e-governance and transform India into a connected knowledge economy.


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