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Dokumentenmanagement

  • Compliance treibt Markt für integrierte Dokumentenlösungen

    Elektronische Speicherung von Daten gefragter

    IT-Manager müssen sich gründlich mit Compliance-Fragen auseinandersetzen - dass sie es zunehmend auch tun, beweisen die Marktzahlen. Im Jahr 2004 allein werden beispielsweise Lösungen für Dokumenten- und Content-Management im Wert von 1,3 Milliarden Dollar verkauft. Bis 2005/2006 rechnet die Beraterfirma Hewson Group/ Naujoks & Collegen damit, dass der Markt um 10 bis 12 Prozent wachsen wird.

  • CSCS Set to Promote E-business and E-government in Nigeria

    Nigeria has recorded yet another milestone with the recent establishment of the CSCS Digital Centre.

    According to the Managing Director of Central Securities Clearing System (CSCS) Limited Mr. Onyewuchi Asinobi, the CSCS Digital Centre is set to revolutionize the way Business Organizations and Government Institutions keep, store and retrieve their prized documents and data in Nigeria.

    The CSCS Digital Centre is modeled after reputable Digital Storage and Retrieval banks in Europe and America. It provides an off-site, online solution for the organizations to convert their paper documents into secure electronic format, Digital Document Storage with seamless retrieval utilizing robust web solution, implementing disaster recovery policy and records management.

  • DE: Arbeitsagenturen stellen auf E-Akte um

    Die Bundesagentur für Arbeit führt die elektronische Akte ein. In den 176 Arbeitsagenturen und mehr als 400 weiteren Dienststellen werden laut einem Bericht der Süddeutschen Zeitung nun große Mengen an Papier eingescannt. Die Bundesagentur führt allein im Bereich der Arbeitslosenversicherung 22,2 Millionen Akten. Täglich kämen 260.000 Dokumente neu hinzu. Auch die gut 13 Millionen Akten der Familienkassen sollen digitalisiert werden. Dafür sollen Hochleistungsscanner eingesetzt werden, die 10.000 Blatt pro Stunde digitalisieren können.

  • DE: Bundesagentur für Arbeit stellt komplett auf E-Akte um

    "Es gibt keine Organisation oder Behörde von vergleichbarer Größe in Europa, die das bereits getan hat", so die Bundesagentur zu dem Großprojekt. Die elektronische Akte kommt mit der Enterprise-Content-Management-Plattform Filenet P8 von IBM.

    Die Bundesagentur für Arbeit (BA) führt 2012 in allen 176 Arbeitsagenturen und über 400 weiteren Dienststellen die elektronische Akte ein. Wie die Süddeutsche Zeitung berichtet, handelt es sich um ein einmaliges Großprojekt.

  • Die digitale Akte könnte Patentanmeldung beschleunigen

    Die beiden deutschen Unternehmen Authentidate und Avinci wollen den deutschen (Patent-)Amtsschimmel ins digitale Zeitalter führen. Der Schutz von Erfindungen durch ein Patent ist langwierig. Er erfordert Rechts- und Revisionssicherheit sowie langfristige Beweisbarkeit. Hier ließ ein wirklicher Ersatz für komplizierte Beglaubigungen, zeitaufwendige Recherche und Verknüpfung von Originaldokumenten und die langfristige Archivierung auf dem geduldigen Medium Papier bisher noch auf sich warten.
  • DMS DOMEA-zertifiziert

    Das Dokumenten-Management-System WinREG 4.5 der Stella Systemhaus GmbH erhielt als eines der ersten Produkte die DOMEA-Zertifizierung nach den Vorgaben des neuen Anforderungskatalogs.
  • DOMEA® weiterentwickelt

    Die Koordinierungs- und Beratungsstelle für Informationstechnik in der Bundesverwaltung (KBSt) hat das Organisationskonzept des Standards für elektronische Vorgangsbearbeitung in der öffentlichen Verwaltung, kurz "DOMEA®", weiterentwickelt. Mit der Fortschreibung will die KBSt den rasanten Entwicklungen der Informations- und Kommunikationstechnologien und den veränderten Anforderungen der öffentlichen Verwaltung an elektronische Vorgangsbearbeitung Rechnung tragen.
  • ELVIS soll Landtagsabgeordneten in Brandenburg die Arbeit erleichtern

    Die Abgeordneten des Landtags Brandenburg entscheiden in der kommenden Woche über die Anschaffung eines elektronischen Vorgangsbearbeitungssystems, das Papierakten im Parlament künftig weitgehend obsolet machen soll. Zu Beginn der 5. Wahlperiode im Herbst 2009 soll auf Empfehlung des Landtags-Präsidiums ein "Elektronisches Landtags-Vorgangsbearbeitungs- und Informations-System" – kurz: ELVIS – eingeführt werden. Das Konzept stammt vom Unternehmen icomedias, das seine E-Government-Lösung "ico»parliament.workflow" bereits im Rahmen des Projekts "Papierloser Landtag Steiermark" (PALLAST) in Österreich umgesetzt hat.

  • Europaweit großer Nachholbedarf im Dokumentenmanagement

    Studie dokumentiert ungenügende Kostentransparenz und mangelndes Wissensmanagement. Xerox zeigt auf der exponet effiziente Dokumentenmanagementlösungen.

    Europas Geschäftsführer werden mit Dokumenten aller Art überflutet. Dies zeigt eine Studie, die vom internationalen Marktforschungsinstiut MORI Telephone Surveys im Auftrag von Xerox durchgeführt wurde. Es wurden mehr als 1000 Top-Manager aus europäischen Industrieunternehmen (Mindestgröße 500 Mitarbeiter) befragt.

  • Gerichtsakten für elektronische Bearbeitung zugänglich machen

    Der Zivilprozess und die Fachgerichtsbarkeiten sowie das Bußgeldverfahren werden für eine elektronische Aktenbearbeitung zugänglich gemacht. Elektronische Kommunikationsformen sollen gleichberechtigt neben der - herkömmlich papiergebundenen - Schriftform oder der mündlichen Form rechtswirksam verwendbar sein. Dies sieht ein Gesetzentwurf der Bundesregierung vor, der gestern im Bundestag vorgelegt wurde.
  • Globe Trade: Going Paperless

    Governments should embrace the digital revolution of international trade. Simplifying lengthy paper processes and cutting red tape by going digital means sustainable, faster, and more efficient trade.

    That was the resounding message at the United Nations Economic Commission Global Trade Facilitation Conference, which concluded late last year. Speakers from intergovernmental and trade organizations urged for better cooperation between regions to reap the global trade benefits of cross-border, paperless supply chains. But, in reality, much is still needed to tackle the current barriers to digital trade and, for now, a truly global, paperless trade environment remains somewhere in the distant future. By working together, different government and business actors can lift the costly, heavy, and increasingly outdated burden of paper transactions to better facilitate international trade.

  • ID: East Java Aims to Go ‘Paperless’ in 2012

    Although the plan is still in the works, East Java aims to become the country’s first “paperless” administration next year.

    Sudjono, head of East Java’s Communications and Information Technology Office, said the provincial government aimed to create a paperless administration starting in 2012 by cutting all budget allocations for paper and only storing and transmitting data and correspondence electronically.

    “The hope is that by doing this, performance will become more effective since correspondence will no longer involve paper documents,” he said.

  • IN: Government's e-office plans tied in red tape, files go up in flames

    Heaps of dusty files continue to grow in government buildings and sensitive papers are mysteriously lost, leaked or dramatically reduced to ashes in fires while the six-year-old plan to modernise and digitise governance remains tied up in what it should eliminate - red tape.

    The latest casualty was the Union home ministry, where a fire was reported on Sunday, days after a blaze engulfed Mumbai's Mantralaya, killing people and destroying reams of vital data. Another fire had burnt documents in the finance ministry earlier in June.

    Documents and records may continue to vanish for another five years as officials say the country's e-governance plan is crawling, facing fierce resistance from the bureaucracy, which will have to work with more transparency and accountability.

  • IN: Gujarat babus prefer to stick to old file system, avoid IWDMS

    For want of that elusive "feel", it seems state's babudom hasn't caught onto Gujarat’s enthusiasm for e-governance! At least this is what they have claimed. However, it is also very evident when it comes to the Integrated Workflow & Document Management System (IWDMS), which doesn't seem to excite the state bureaucrats who are stuck up more on the age-old practice of clearing paper files. Ironically, these are the very set of bureaucrats who are lobbying hard to project the state's great success in e-governance and garnering accolades for effective implementation of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) at national and international levels.

    The IWDMS, which was installed in the government for a speedier and easier file movement and clearance, is clearly avoided by the babudom while clearing files.

  • IN: Kerala: Know the status of your files and petitions online through IDEAS

    The Kerala Government has decided to implement the File Tracking System, IDEAS (Information and Data Exchange Advanced System), across all the departments. This was announced today by the Chief Minister, Shri Oommen Chandy, while briefing the media after the weekly Cabinet meeting. The complete roll out of IDEAS across all the offices of the departments in the Government Secretariat was supposed to have been completed by 2009.

    The CM said that the implementation of this system would ensure tracking of files and petitions online and this would benefit a petitioner who need not come back to the Secretariat to know its status. “Today, it’s virtually impossible to know the status of a file in the Secretariat. My office would upload information about all the petitions we receive and after they forward it to the concerned department, we expect them to update the status and information about the action taken”, he added.

  • IN: Maharashtra: IT department goes paperless, others to follow

    In its bid to be eco-friendly, the state government has decided to follow a paperless policy in its Information Technology (IT) department from February 1. Once the project is successful, the government is thinking of gradually putting an end to the use of paper in all departments. Apart from paperless administration, the government is also mulling a law to introduce online services for essential documents across departments.

    The state IT department, which went paperless on Tuesday, has decided to follow online procedures and not use papers or files for any work. The department, led by IT-savvy chief minister Prithviraj Chavan, is also thinking of using computerised digital signatures of the chief minister and the secretary to make the system foolproof. The department has also made arrangements to maintain archival records of old files in a back-up system, said Nitin Kareer, secretary, IT.

  • IN: Maharashtra: State moves to a ‘less-paper’ world

    What’s the first thing you see on entering a government office? Paper. Stacks of it. Imposing mountains piled high on every desk, sometimes dwarfing the person behind it. Perhaps aware of its intimidating aura, Maharashtra is shredding these mountains byte by byte.

    It has started with the chief minister’s office, the IT department and the National Rural Health Mission’s offices in Mumbai and Pune going the way of reducing paper. These places are now implementing what is called e-office, not to be confused with e-governance or Sam Pitroda’s wishlist of ‘second generation’ governance reforms that includes online access to court documents, linking research happening all over the country and connecting village panchayats. These are gigantic initiatives to shovel and pool synergies at all levels and in diverse fields, if they come through. E-office, however, is a relatively modest and doable concept aimed at improving internal efficiencies in an organisation through electronic administration.

  • IN: Maharashtra: Virtual cadre @ paperless Mantralaya

    Those selected will be based in parent depts but will handle IT-related works.

    After embarking on an ambitious drive to go paperless by shifting to an e-office format in the aftermath of last year’s fire in Mantralaya, the Maharashtra government is planning a separate ‘virtual cadre’ across departments to handle all information technology (IT)-related work. Officials said this would help the spread of e-governance, while making it the first state in the country to have such a cadre.

  • IN: New Delhi: City archives to be digitalised soon

    In an attempt to digitalise the archives in Delhi, the city government has signed an agreement with the National Institute of Smart Governance, Hyderabad, on Tuesday.

    The records includes 10 crore documents such as CID records, Gazettes, maps, manuscripts, photographs, negatives and records of eminent personalities. It will also include transfer of the digital contents on microfilm for long-term preservation.

  • IN: South Goa a step closer to paperless administration

    The third phase of e-gove rnance of the South Goa district administration that had been stalled for quite a while now, is showing signs of resuscitation. Sources in the know confirmed that the third phase would be launched by mid-May.

    The third phase comprises linking of the 72 talathi offices with the digital network, thus completing the e-governance project that is expected to usher in a paperless administration. As all the talathis of the 72 sazas (revenue villages) of the South Goa district administration have been provided with notebook computers, the launching of the "village suite", as the software is labeled, is just a matter of time, sources said.

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