Presentation on theme: "Www.mdaar.government.bg 1 e-Governance in Bulgaria – one year after the EU accession Youri Alkalay, Jr. Director e-Government Ministry of State Administration."— Presentation transcript:
1 e-Governance in Bulgaria – one year after the EU accession Youri Alkalay, Jr. Director e-Government Ministry of State Administration and Administrative Reform Republic of Bulgaria
2 Our Vision Effective, modern and transparent administration, capable to meet the high expectations of Bulgarian citizens, businesses and the EU for good services and high professional ethics. Competent and well- motivated civil servants.
3 Our Goal
4 Security Accessibility Connectivity Data bases … IT services Social activities Interior De fence Healthcare Taxation EU Integration Education Environment Processes Current Status Web
5 Integrated common IT resources (services) Aim of the Process Social activities Interior Defense Healthcare Taxation EU Integration Education Environment Interfaces Integrated administrative processes Gateway
6 Pillars of the e-Government Establishment of active legal framework and ordinances Political will for re- engineering of the state administration E-Government integration solution
7 Regulatory Framework Bulgarian National Interoperability Framework for the information systems in the state administration (adopted by the CoM in 2006) Law on Electronic Trade (adopted by the NA in 2006) Law on e-Governance (adopted by the NA in 2007, enters into force from July 1, 2008)
8 Single collection and multiple data use Administrative institutions have the obligation: − to request data from citizens and organizations only once − to collect the data officially from the primary administrator of the data The primary data administrators should send the data to all administrative authorities, which by law have the right to maintain these particular data. Мain Principles, Introduced by the Law on e-Governance
9 Technical Equipment for the State Administration ( ) Technical Equipment for the State Administration ( ) Delivery of over 5,500 computers, servers mainly to the regional and local administrations: –Licensed software for computers and 2000 server systems in all administrations –Antivirus/spam/adware protection software for computers and 1500 server systems in the local and regional administrations –Delivery of 2,150 e-signatures
10 Backbone of the e-Government Integrated system of the e-Government − service portal of the administration: − environment for document exchange − support of the interoperability registers Pilot integrated system of e-Region − regional service portals − integration of the systems of the regional and local administrations Total investment in projects for 2006 and 2007: BGN 25 mln
11 e-Government projects, funded by OPAC Main objective – to ensure the deployment of administrative e-services at transactional level through: –Environment for e-payments –Unification of the vision of the state administration and accessibility of public web sites and portals
12 UEDE Mid-term Perspectives Adoption of the e-Government Strategy and Action plan Deployment of the Unified environment for documents exchange (the only tool for documents exchange, in accordance with Law on e-Governance) Integration of the back-office systems with the Unified Environment for Documents Exchange
13 Long - term perspectives Increasing the effectiveness of the information systems through re-engineering of the front/back-office processes Better delivery of the administrative services Increasing the transparency of the administrative procedures
14 And again Our Vision Effective, modern and transparent administration, capable to meet the high expectations of Bulgarian citizens, businesses and the EU for good services and high professional ethics. Administration, accessible 24/7/365, in favor of for all citizens and businesses.