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1 THE BULGARIAN ICT AND E-GOVERNANCE POLICY BEST PRACTICES
ROUMEN TRIFONOV, PhD Secretary of Coordination Council of Information Society at Council of Ministers, Director of CCICMT at CM and UNDP

2 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
Government bodies, responsible for eGovernance, eGovernment and Information Society Council of Ministers (CM) Coordination Council for Information Society (CCIS) Ministry of State Administration and Administrative Reform (MSAAR) State Agency for Information Technologies and Communications (SAITC)

3 State ICT organigramme

4 Coordination Council for Information Society CCIS Functions and Tasks
D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS Coordination Council for Information Society CCIS Functions and Tasks COORDINATION OF Implementation and update of the strategies in the field of Information Society (IS) Legislative framework and regulation of the IS ICT activities and projects of the state administration Public-private partnership (PPP) in the field of IS Measures for improvement of the market environment and business potential for ICT Infrastructure improvement and effective usage of information resources

5 Coordination Council for Information Society CCIS Functions and Tasks
D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS Coordination Council for Information Society CCIS Functions and Tasks POPULARIZATION OF International and Bulgarian best practices and ICT innovations eGovernance processes in Bulgaria and provision of the involvement of Civil Society Processes of ICT implementation in eDemocracy

6 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
Members of CCIS Chairman - Chairman of the State Agency for Information Technologies and Communications (SAITC) Deputy Chairman - Minister of the State Administration and Administrative Reform (MSAAC) Members - Minister of Finance - Minister of Economy and Energy - Minister of Education and Science - Representatives from NGOs, Universityes and Scientists Secretary - Director of CCICMT

7 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
CCIS - Working Groups Accelerated Development of the Information Society E-Government ICT in Education Bulgarian ICT sector and international market Youth Innovations and Information Technologies

8 Relevant to National CIO Council
D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS Board of ICT directors Relevant to National CIO Council Functions and tasks Shares experience, ideas, best practices and innovation solutions, related to the management and development of ICT in administrations Supports development and coordination of ICT projects between different Ministries and Agencies Confirms and submits to the CCIS Strategies, Programs and Action plans, related to the ICT in administrations Makes suggestions and participates in the development of Standards and legal framework for implementation of ICT Conducts research and makes suggestions for the necessity of the PPPs

9 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
Priorities of CCIS for 2008 Practical coordination of major ICT Infrastructure projects in the State Administration Building up capacity of ICT Directorates for project financing of their activities and to absorb EU Structural Funds Adoption of National Policy for Information Security; Setting up PPPs and assessment of the efficiency of the ICT investments in the administrations Development, dissemination and implementation of ICT innovations Development of National Policy for Youth Innovations and IS

10 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
COORDINATION CENTER FOR INFORMATION, COMMUNICATION AND MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES /CCICMT/

11 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
CCICMT The Coordination Center for Information, Communication and Management Technologies was established in 2002 under the e-Government Project of the UNDP and the Bulgarian Council of Ministers. The team of the Centre prepared the “e-Government Strategy of the Republic of Bulgaria”, the “Implementation Plan of e-Government Strategy” and many other documents, supporting the implementation of new technologies in state administration. CCICMT plays role in the coordination of implementation of EU recommendations in the field of eEurope/e-Government. The experts of the Centre study the EU policies in development of eEurope, participate in discussions of work groups on e-Governance, and present the results of Bulgaria in the process of synchronization with EU legislation and with other eEurope requirements. As a result of the active cooperation under IDA and IDAbc Programme. CCICMT is responsible for development of policies and solutions related to the information society and e-governance, as well as for coordination and control for their implementation on state level. The Center is an essential unit of the Bulgarian Council of Ministers and particularly of the CCIS, operating in the field of monitoring of implementation of national programs related to the ICT.

12 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
CCICMT Priorities for 2008 Operational, analytical and methodological support to the Coordination Council for Information Society at the Council of Ministers, including activities for optimization of budget and EU funded expenditures for ICT projects Enhancing the administrative capacity for the absorption of finances of the operational programs of EU and more precisely preparing qualitative projects on information and communication technologies

13 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
CCICMT Priorities for 2008 Methodological support of the institutions and bodies in the process of implementation of the e-Governance Law which will enter into force in the middle of this year Cooperation with Ministry of State Administration and Administrative Reform, SAITC and other Government institutions and bodies, as well as NGO and Civil Society representatives

14 ELECTRONIC GOVERNANCE LAW ADOPTED - MAY 2007 IN FORCE - JUNE 2008

15 E-Gov Law Basic Principles One-off Collection and Creating of Data:
The administrative authorities, the persons performing public functions and the organizations providing public services cannot require from citizens and organizations to provide or prove data that have already been collected or created but shall be obliged to collect them ex officio from the original data administrator Ex Officio Notification: The original data administrator shall send the data ex officio to all administrative authorities, to the persons performing public functions and to the organizations providing public services which by law also process these data and have stated a wish to receive them

16 E-Gov Law Basic Principles Automatic Provision
Notification and request for provision of data shall be done automatically as an internal electronic administrative service Obligations in Case of Identification The obligations under this chapter shall occur if the citizen, the organization respectively, has indicated a unique identifier

17 eDocuments Interchange
E-Gov Law eDocuments Interchange INTERNAL ADMINISTRATIVE ELECTRONIC SERVICES ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITIES ADMINISTRATIVE AUTHORITIES UNIFORM DOCUMENT INTERCHANGE ENVIRENMENT PRIVATE NOTARIES THE PERSONS PERFORMING PUBLIC FUNCTIONS ORGANIZATIONS PROVIDING PUBLIC SERVICES

18 E-Gov Law Interoperability Interoperability requirement
Integration of the National Information Systems with those of the EU member states Uniform standards and rules requirement Semantic Interoperability

19 E-Gov Law Interoperability Operational Compatibility Registers
Register of Standards Register of Inf.Objects E - Services Register of MSAAR SAITC

20 E-Gov Law Information Security
The administrative authorities shall ensure the information security of the information systems used by them Standards and Measures for Information Security The security requirements and the standards for entering, sending, processing, accessing, interchanging, storing, and archiving data with which the information systems shall comply as well as the general security measures that have to be taken by the administrative authorities

21 NATIONAL PROGRAM FOR ACCELERATED DEVELOPMENT OF INFORMATION SOCIETY 2007-2010

22 National Program for accelerated development of Information Society 2007-2010
BUDGETS FUNCTIONS Additional sources Subsidy for municipalities Finance of Ministries, State and Executive Agency of ICT Areas Own revenue of municipalities ICT infrastructure and security Society and culture EU Funds + cofinancing Economy and employment EU Programs Scientific researches and innovations Government agreements/contracts Education and training PPP, offset programs,donations Branding of Bulgarian ICT industry other

23 Funding of the State ICT projects 2006-2010

24 BULGARIAN E-GOVERNANCE AND ICT BEST PRACTICES
D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS BULGARIAN E-GOVERNANCE AND ICT BEST PRACTICES

25 National Electronic Communication Network iCentres
D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS BEST PRACTICES National Electronic Communication Network iCentres E-services of the National Tax Administration E-Justice E-health electronic cards

26 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
National Electronic Communication Network ICT infrastructure for wide public access to electronic services Building a high-speed fiber-optic ring with an initial transmission capacity of about 2.5 Gbps and with an option for further increase up to 10 Gbps Connecting 27 regional centers and the capital within the fiber-optic ring by end-2009 Providing national connectivity and integration of the National Electronic Communication Network with the other networks of the state institutions after 2009

27 National Electronic Communication Network
D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS National Electronic Communication Network Stage: 19th Regional Centers connected in the core optical infrastructure Technological basis: IP / MPLS / VPN Funding: State Budget and EU Regional Development Fund

28 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
Extension of the National Network of Public Internet Access Points (i-Center) Extension of the National Network of Public Internet Access Points to all (264) municipalities by the end of 2009 Provision of access to the Internet and e-government services for the majority of Bulgarian citizens (especially those in less developed areas) – regional and municipality level Raising qualification and education level through various forms of distance learning and online courses Creating new job and business opportunities Funding: State Budget, UNDP and EU Regional Development Fund

29 National Revenue Administration
D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS National Revenue Administration E-services Standards and Solutions DigSig SSL XML XSL:FO XSD XSLT Oracle DB PKCS#7

30 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
NRA Infrastructure

31 National Revenue Administration
D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS National Revenue Administration projects 2002 – Electronic data exchange with the trade banks 2004 – VAT declaration via Internet 2004 – Internet based tax payment 2005 – Queue management e-system 2006 – new business processes 2007 – Revenue management e-system 2007 – VIES declarations, KIOSK terminals, etc.

32 National Revenue Administration
D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS National Revenue Administration Projects E-government - portal - services - e-payment system update E-archiving - electronic dossier - access Information data exchange with EU systems

33 e-Justice concept (approach)
D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS e-Justice concept (approach) What can we do now? Internet services to the citizen and the professional Exploit the systems and information available Define self-sustainable and viable services Define USEFUL services that address real needs How to get there? e-Justice concept e-Justice system e-Justice portal and services

34 The e-Justice concept The concept is: Strategy for e-justice
D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS The e-Justice concept The concept is: Strategy for e-justice Approach to reach real and useful services Framework for e-justice realization Values and principles Transparency Accessibility Usability Quality of services Usefulness Completeness

35 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
The e-Justice portal

36 E-health electronic cards - pilot project
D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS E-health electronic cards - pilot project Participants A) doctors (General Practice - GPs) - 7; B) pharmacies - 4; C) National Health Ensurance Administration; D) patients – 1000 (form the list of the above 7 GPs). 2. Infrastructure A) network development between the participants, based on the Internet; B) VPN connections; C) information security solutions.

37 Other National ICT & E-Gov Projects
Project: EA&SOA Implementation in the national level of Enterprise Architecture (EA) and Service Oriented Architecture (SOA); Project: E-GOV PM Capacity building for ICT and e-Government project management; Project: NISP National Information Security Policy Project: BioID National ID Card with biometrical data Project: CIO Institutional development and capacity building of CIO in Public Administration Projects in e-Democracy and E-Governance research

38 D-r Roumen Trifonov, Secretary of CCIS
ROUMEN TRIFONOV, PhD Secretary of Coordination Council of Information Society at Council of Ministers, Director of CCICMT at CM and UNDP Още веднъж искам да ви насоча към сайта на Координационния център по информационни комуникационни и управленски технологии, където можете да намерите изчерпателна информация или да ни подскажете какво би било полезно да ви предоставим. Използвайте пълноценно визията за еУслуги за да популяризираме положените усилия и за по-широк ефект от предстоящите действия. Благодаря за вниманието! Tel , Fax 1 Dondukov, 1594 Sofia, Bulgaria


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