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eGovernment ist mehr als nur IT
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  eGovernment is more than just IT
in the Public Administration

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.
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.


US: Smart City Q&A with San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer
Monday, 22 December 2014
Mayor Faulconer takes some of our questions about what it takes for a city to become truly smart.

On Tuesday, Dec. 9, San Diego Mayor Kevin Faulconer was the keynote speaker at the Smart Cities Now Forum. The newly-elected mayor is seeking to position San Diego as one of the nation’s smartest cities.


US: 10 Drivers of Smart City Planning in 2015
Monday, 22 December 2014
A government advisory firm presents its top 10 imperatives and predictions to help local governments stay abreast of smart city business and technology requirements, the Internet of Things and resilience among them.

The evolution of technology and local government will be centered on helping municipalities keep pace with the speed and magnitude of change and heightened operational flexibility in 2015 and beyond, according to researchers from IDC Government Insights.


ZM: Data Portals Right Way to Go
Monday, 22 December 2014
The launch of the e-Government statistical data portals will help Zambia reach a higher plane of achievements, especially that it comes at a time when countries on the African continent are seeking to draw maximum benefits from Information Communication Technologies (ICTs).

Now that the statistical data portals, an initiative of the African Development Bank (AfDB), have been rolled out, Zambia should consider complementing them with open data platforms.


IN: Maharashtra: Soon, register rent agreement at your nearest cyber cafe
Monday, 22 December 2014
The state government is planning to give a push to the e-KYC based system of registering leave and licence agreements across Maharashtra by making it possible for people to file these documents in cyber cafes and other such outlets. The move will help reduce footfalls and crowds at the sub-registrar offices.

When was it decided?

In a recent meeting of a committee on e-governance chaired by chief minister Devendra Fadnavis, it was decided that this system of registering the agreements be "rolled out across the state at a fast pace". The system, which is linked to Aadhaar, will be scaled up to ensure that by January 31, 2015, at least 50% of rental agreements across Maharashtra happen without applicants coming physically to government offices.


US: What Will You Do With All That Telemedicine Data?
Monday, 22 December 2014
The Rise of the Machines

More and more devices can remotely monitor patients and wirelessly transmit data on their state of health to monitoring clinicians around the clock. Such devices are increasingly being approved by the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) as safe and effective.

But the growing prevalence of monitoring devices is starting to make many doctors nervous as they contemplate how they will deal with all the data they may receive. And if you work in an environment where reimbursement will increasingly be based on outcomes—a hospital, a practice owned by a hospital system, an accountable care organization (ACO), or a patient-centered medical home (PCMH)—this dilemma may affect you sooner than you may think.


IN: Closing India’s technology gap
Monday, 22 December 2014
It is a notable irony that India, which produces solutions to many of the knottiest information-technology problems faced by the world’s largest companies, has benefited little from technological progress. Fortunately for India’s citizens, Prime Minister Narendra Modi intends to change that.

The gap between India and its emerging Asian counterpart China is significant. Whereas China has created the world’s largest online bazaar and become a global leader in renewable energy, India has just begun to explore the potential of e-commerce; IT remains beyond the scope of millions of small and medium-size enterprises; and most citizens remain cut off from the digital economy.


Uganda Adopts Free And Open Source Software For E-Governance
Monday, 22 December 2014
The population in Uganda has been growing rapidly. The country now has 35 million people. In order to provide quality services to its citizens and to improve the national competitiveness through administration innovation, the government has adopted free and open source software as the preferred mode of operation for electronic government (e-government) services and platforms.

In July 2011, the Uganda cabinet approved the National E-government Policy Framework with the overall objective of improving public service delivery through a systematic transformation from manual to electronic-based systems and practices.


Despite India’s e-authentication progress, inefficiency may continue without integration
Monday, 22 December 2014
Prime Minister has pushed to reduce wastage of social benefits through financial inclusion and authentication projects.

Narendra Modi’s government has set reduction of wastage from social security schemes as one of its primary goals. However, inefficiencies in public service delivery will not be minimised if Indian ministries and departments don’t start working together, the former Chief Financial Officer of the Unique Identification Authority of India told FutureGov.


IN: Himachal Pradesh: CM congratulates IT department for 'Nihilent e-Governance' award
Monday, 22 December 2014
Himachal Pradesh Chief Minister Virbhadra Singh today congratulated the Information Technology (IT) department for getting the 'CSI Nihilent e-Governance' Award of Recognition 2013-14.

The award was received by IT Director Ms Priyanka Basu Ingty and its Joint Director Rajeev Sharma on behalf of the State Government in the 49th Annual Convention of Computer Society of India held at Hyderabad on Saturday last.


Digital India: Reality or Mirage?
Monday, 22 December 2014
Since the day the word 'Digital India' has been amplified from PM Modi's voice, there is palpable optimism, hope and anticipation in the year.

Who wouldn't want this grand goal to translate visibly around our daily lives? Who would discount that it is high time to re-invent and re-invigorate the country from throes of inertia, ignorance and the quicksand of nineteenth century's baggage? Who would ignore the deep-cutting impact that those nine pillars of 'Digital India' blueprint will drill into an India? Name one person, one citizen, one organization that would not gain exponentially when broadband highway, e-governance, electronics manufacturing leading to 'zero import', universal phone access, electronic delivery of services, jobs, rural internet, information for all and 'early harvest' programmes make their way and wield their transformation magic.


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