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eGovernment ist mehr als nur IT
in der Öffentlichen Verwaltung
  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.


CN: Apps, open data and cloud platform top three Hong Kong success stories
Saturday, 01 November 2014
FutureGov interviewed Victor Lam, Deputy GCIO of Hong Kong, about his city's success stories.

Apps, cloud computing and open data are the top success stories from Hong Kong, according to Victor Lam, Deputy GCIO of the city government.

Speaking in an interview with FutureGov, he said: "We have encouraged all departments to develop mobile applications for the convenience of the public, and have developed a portal on mobile applications in Hong Kong."


NP: Kathmandu Metropolitan City to concentrate on e-governance
Saturday, 01 November 2014
In order to simplify various services provided to the Kathmandu denizens, the Kathmandu Metropolitan City is making plans to shift from orthodox procedures to the high-tech IT-based technology. With the use of updated technology, KMC officials said its customers will get better, easy and efficient service in future.

Every year, the metropolis earmarks a fragment of its annual budget to introduce a progressive IT-based system which will strengthen the e-governance. KMC officials said they are now committed to making this shift to the IT system. “We are in process of transition from governance to e-governance. This will ease service delivery and relieve the consumers,” said Rabin Man Shrestha, an official at the KMC.


The third Azerbaijani bank introduced lending on the basis of e-reference
Saturday, 01 November 2014
The third Azerbaijani bank introduced lending on the basis of e-reference provided by the e-government portal (e-gov.az).

According to the Azerbaijan’s Ministry of Communications and Information Technologies, the relevant agreement has been signed between the AccessBank and the Data Processing Center operating under the Ministry.

The services on issue of e-references will be available in the Bank’s central office and branches.


Indian DEITY reveals Internet of Things policy
Saturday, 01 November 2014
The marvellously-named Indian Department of Electronics and Information technology - DEITY – has created a policy that calls for the nation to create an Internet of Things (IoT) industry worth US$15 billion by 2020.

The policy [PDF] looks to leverage other national efforts, including the effort to create 100 “smart” cities across India and the Digital India e-government plan.

The former is expected to see India adopt IoT technologies, while the latter is expected to provide industry development impetus.


AE: Dubai's Smart City Vision to be showcased at Arab Future Cities Summit
Saturday, 01 November 2014
Endorsed by 'Dubai Municipality' this year's Arab Future Cities Summit in Dubai will see over 350 delegates participating at the event. This 2 day conference is scheduled to take place on the 10th and 11th November at the Sofitel, The Palm Resort & Spa, Dubai (UAE). The Arab Future Cities Summit is one of the largest Smart cities events globally.

The Arab Future Cities summit is a high-profile international gathering of government authorities, developers, urban planners, investors, academics and cutting-edge technologists aimed at giving direction to smart city development across the Middle East region, and a platform for organizations to showcase their achievements, upcoming projects and smart technologies.


AU: Hervey Bay facility nation’s first entirely digital hospital
Saturday, 01 November 2014
The new St Stephen’s Hospital in Hervey Bay, which opened last week, is the nation’s first entirely digital medical facility.

Partly funded by a $47 million federal government grant, the hospital has completely digitised record and patient management in addition to a digital drug dispensing facility and a capacity to monitor patients during surgeries.

UnitingCare Health executive director Richard Royle told the ABC that embracing digital was the way of the future.


US: 93% of Telehealth Video Calls Replaced Doctor Visits
Saturday, 01 November 2014
93 percent of all telehealth video calls with First Stop Health doctors avoided expensive and time-consuming trips to doctors’ offices or emergency rooms, according to recent analysis conducted by telehealth and advocacy service provider First Stop Health. These medically unnecessary office and ER visits would have cost an average of $103 and $1,067, respectively, according to a fee schedule published by physicianspractice.com. Given that the average family of four goes to the doctor about 14 times per year and to the ER 1.7 times per year – and that between 50% and 70% of these visits can be handled via a telehealth consultation – savings can accrue quickly.


IN: Uttarakhand: Health dept looks at telemedicine to deal with doc shortage
Saturday, 01 November 2014
Battling with shortage of radiologists in the state, the health department is planning to switch over to telemedicine to provide relief to patients living in far-flung areas. The initiative could be a huge success in the state as not many government doctors prefer hill postings.

As per the tentative plan, Doon Hospital in the city would be the first to install a special software in the MRI machines which will enable doctors to access a patient's report online. The health department will set up a main telemedicine hub from where the experts will get access to MRI and CT scan images of patients. "The new technology will make geographical distances irrelevant, something which is a big stumbling block in providing quality healthcare in the state. Patients in all parts of the state will benefit," said Dr AS Aswal, chief medical superintendent of Doon Hospital.


US: Next-Gen 911: Two States, Two Approaches to Implementation
Friday, 31 October 2014
Connecticut and Kansas are working to install next-generation 911 systems, which some say are a necessity in an ever-burgeoning wireless mobile society.

A citizen at the scene of a car accident sends a text to 911 along with a follow-up smartphone video surveying the damage. Both the text and video stream are routed to a local 911 center. Police and emergency responders arrive on location, armed with the up-to-the-second information that could save lives.


US: Colorado: Community Comes Together to Bring High-Speed Internet to Remote Colorado Town
Friday, 31 October 2014
If too many people at this town's school used computers simultaneously, the previous Internet system timed out and reverted to the speed of a dial-up connection -- but that is no longer the case.

There's no gas station in the remote mountain town of Guffey, about 60 miles west of Colorado Springs, but there is a post office with 420 boxes, a library, a school, an auto repair shop, three restaurants and now, high-speed Internet for all.


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