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Estonian ICT Reducing administrative burden Indrek Vimberg
Population: 1.3 Million Size: 45 227 km² Capital: Tallinn Language: Estonian Member of EU Currency: Euro GDP: 17 BEUR
Information society indicators
Information society indicators 100% of schools and government organizations are ICT equipped
Information society indicators 97% of businesses use computers
Information society indicators 76% of families have computer at home
Information society indicators Entire country is covered with a broadband connection
Information society indicators Three 3G and 4G networks
Information society indicators 75% of homes have broadband connection
Information society indicators Free public WiFi areas
Information society indicators Internet access is a social right
Information society indicators 99% of bank transfers are performed electronically
Information society indicators 95% of income tax declarations made via the e-Tax Board
Information society indicators 24% of votes were cast over the internet on 2011
ID-Card 2002 - introduction of national electronic ID-Card More than 90% of the population has one Compulsory for all residents
ID-Card Contains: Information shown on the card
ID-Card Contains: Certificate for authentication (along with e-mail address Forename.Surname@eesti.ee)
ID-Card Contains: Certificate for digital signature
Mobile-ID Introduced in 2007 Enables secure authentication and digital signatures via mobile phone
X-Road was launched in 2001 Estonian Information System
Some achievements 2000: Launch of e-Tax Board 2000: Launch of m-Parking
Some achievements 2003: Launch of ID bus ticket 2005: i-Voting was introduced
Some achievements 2007: Launch of e-Police system 2008: Launch of e-Health system
Some achievements 2010: Launch of e-Prescription 2011: Smart Grid introduced
How we got there?
1996: Tiger Leap Foundation to support ICT in schools
2001: Look@world starts to build 500 Public Internet Access Points
2002, 2009 & 2010: Computer usage courses for 10% of adult population under Look@world project
e-Receipt Official e-mail = physical address Virtual Resident (e-Estonian) Cross Border e-Services
Using ID-Card as a loyalty card
Taxpayers registration and e-services provided by the Estonian Tax and Customs Board Karin Aleksandrov Chief Expert Service Management Department.
Developing democracy by using ICT Allar, Janne and Andri Turkey 2013.
E-services in Estonia Nele Leosk e-Governance Academy Program Director Chisinau, Moldova
ICT and the REPUBLIC OF ESTONIA What do know about E-Estonia 1.
EEstonia: eGovernment Journey and Challenges Ahead Hannes Astok eGovernment Expert Former Member of the Estonian Parliament.
WHAT CAN ESTONIA SOLVE FOR YOU?
Estonia e(m)-ID and e-services Towards cross-border services Seth Lackman, ITL.
The Draft of Lithuanian Information Society Development Strategy for
Vizija in praksa estonske e-vlade Marten Kokk Ministrstvo za zunanje zadeve, Estonija 21. marca 2007 Ljubljana.
E-state Estonia. What is e-state? e-state means public official databases and collection of legal acts in Internet It creates quick and diverse forum.
Paid parking in Tallinn Tallinn Transport Department.
1 eGovernment Projects and Perspectives in the Bulgarian Public Administration Nedelcho Nedelchev Advisor to the Minister of State Administration and Administrative.
Source: Financial Times of London Global Banks 1999 – 2009 “Changing of the Guard”
Research, Development, and Evaluation Commission Department of Information Management Research, Development, and Evaluation Commission The Executive Yuan,
Cross border services for entrepreneurs in Europe Ingmar Vali Head of Court Registers Department Centre of Registers and Information Systems
USER TRAININGS IN TALLINN CENTRAL LIBRARY Kaie Holm.
ICT IN ESTONIA Märt Helmja Investinestonia.com. Area: 45,227 km2 (similar in size to Denmark or Netherlands) Population: 1.32 million (68% Estonians,
Internet voting in Estonia Epp Maaten Councillor of the Elections Department Chancellery of the Riigikogu.
Conclusions from e-Health
Estonian ICT market. Key facts about Estonian ICT market 52 per cent of the population (aged 6-74 years) are Internet users (TNS EMOR, spring 2004). 52.
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