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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.

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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.


Russia: Government to consider creation of commission for IT in government agencies
Thursday, 04 February 2010
The Russian Government will consider the question of creating a government commission for the introduction of information technologies in federal, regional and local executive bodies, according to the documents prepared for the meeting.

It has been proposed that the new commission should coordinate the work of federal and regional executive bodies in respect of the following: determining a unified policy of developing and using information technologies in public governance, industries and the social sphere; devising and implementing measures aimed at expanding the use of information technologies in order to improve the quality and availability of public and municipal services rendered to organisations and the population; making the use of information technologies in the work of government agencies more effective; improving the effectiveness of inter-agency interaction and internal organisation of government bodies through the use of information and telecommunication technologies.

The resolution was drafted in order to optimise the federal government’ s coordination in the creation, use and development of information technologies in federal, regional and municipal governance, and development of e-government.

Pursuant to Russia’s information society and e-government concepts up to 2010, the development and use of information technologies have been declared priority tasks for the government.

Currently, all issues pertaining to the use of information technologies in the work of government bodies in Russia are solved only at the federal level by several governmental inter-agency bodies, including the government Commission for Federal Communications and Information Technologies, the Council of Chief Designers for the Use of Information and Communication Technologies in the Work of Federal Executive Bodies, and the government Commission on Administrative Reform. The president has also ordered the creation of the Council for Regional Informatisation.

The abovementioned coordination bodies regulate the use of information technologies, and their competences frequently coincide. As a result, their decisions are often uncoordinated or duplicate each other. This causes delays in the implementation of instructions and creates uncertainty in determining the persons responsible for their implementation. In addition, the current situation leads to duplication of work at federal executive bodies and consequently to ineffective use of available resources.

Information technologies are one of the key priorities for the development of Russia, President Dmitry Medvedev said earlier and suggested giving special attention to the use of information technologies in public administration.

"This work is proceeding in accordance with the e-Government concept adopted in May of last year, and a plan of transition to electronic public services approved by the government in October. In accordance with the information society strategy, we must convert all public services into electronic form by 2015. I repeat, all, not some of them," Medvedev said.

According to the president, the number of services rendered by federal, regional and municipal authorities exceeds 1,500, but "people continue to stand in lines for documents and approvals, and have to visit government offices several times with the same issue and often can't get information about the services or where they can receive them".

"The time during which services are rendered is a separate big problem," he said and cited the registration of ownership rights and financial aid as an example. He said these procedures took more than a month.

"And it takes years to obtain a construction permit. Experts say that about a million people have to resort to the services of go-between every year in order to register their cars," the president said.

"Obviously, a transition to electronic services will resolve many of these problems. And some progress has already been made. But no radical changes have occurred yet. The unified portal of public services has been launched in December. But it is working as a reference site at this point, which is not bad, but not enough. Much has yet to be done before citizens can use the portal to order and receive various certificates, pay state duties and levies and before it can start working at full capacity," Medvedev said.

The e-Government portal started providing 74 priority electronic public services on December 15, 2009.


Quelle/Source: ITAR-TASS, 03.02.2010

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