Presentation on theme: "TO EXPOLIT ICT TO ITS FULL POTENTIAL FOR"— Presentation transcript:
1 TO EXPOLIT ICT TO ITS FULL POTENTIAL FOR Brunei DarussalamAbode of PeaceTO EXPOLIT ICT TO ITS FULL POTENTIAL FORNATIONAL PROPSERITY
2 NATIONAL IT STRATEGIC GOALS THE NATIONAL IT STRATEGIC PLAN -FORMULATEDCONSENTEDNATIONAL IT VISION‘Brunei Darussalam to exploit IT to its full potential for national prosperity’NATIONAL IT MISSION‘Brunei Darussalam through its National IT Council aims to lead and facilitate the strategic development and diffusion of the state-of-the-art IT for the entire nation’NATIONAL IT STRATEGIC GOALSIT LeadershipIT NeedsIT LiteracyIT ManpowerIT ApplicationsIT R&DIT LinksIT EconomyIT BusinessIT Relevance
3 National drive towards Paperless Society, e-Brunei Vision, Mission and GoalsInstitutional FrameworkStrategiesPublic Sector drive towards e-GovernmentPrivate Sector drivetowards e-BusinessPoliciesAction PlanNational drive towards Paperless Society, e-BruneiOfficesHomesSchoolsBusiness PlacesMarket PlacesPublic PlacesNATIONALREGIONALGLOBAL1/8/0136
4 to move Brunei's ICT development in the 21st Century. BRUNEI DARUSSALAM NATIONAL IT COUNCILTo assist His Majesty’s Government to focus on wider usage of IT as a toolto move Brunei's ICT development in the 21st Century.1. Formed in October 2000 to advise His Majesty's Government in matters pertaining to IT; to assist Brunei Darussalam to achieve the vision, mission and goal of the National IT strategy plan for the year 2000 and beyond; to advise, formulate and implement activities with regard to development and usage of IT.2. The Council chair is the Minister of Communications and the Deputy Chair is the Deputy Minister of Finance.3. The Council is comprised of Senior Officers, Permanent Secretaries, High Level representatives from the private sector, the academia and representatives of technology sector.
5 IT2000 & BEYOND INSTITUTIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE InternationalAdvisory PanelBrunei DarussalamNational Information Technology Council (BIT Council)Chairman: Minister of CommunicationsDeputy Chairman: Deputy Minister of FinanceDepartment of Information Technology and State Store, Ministry of Finance (ITSSD)Director IT and State Store :Secretary to BIT CouncilJoint Secretary to EGPECMember of EgSPECMember of EBPECBIT SECRETARIATBIT CorporationResearch and DevelopmentStrategic InnovationCorporate DevelopmentBusiness DevelopmentBrunei Eco-Cyber ParkSector Clusters AlliancesE-BruneiE-GovernmentE-Business
6 ICT in 8TH NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN 2001-2005 (cf: p15, 31 and 38) Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is now considered as one of the other growth areas and reflected for the first time in as one of the Key Chapters (Chapter IX) in the recent launch of the Eight National Development Plan7.21% of 8TH NDP allocated for the implementation IT related programs (p144).The ICT related programs are E-Government (p215) and Brunei Eco-Cyber Park (p215).
7 The National IT Development Aligned With The National Development Plan
8 e-BRUNEI The National Drive Towards Paperless Society E-BRUNEI STRATEGIC INITIATIVES :INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY PANEL (IAP)BIT CORPORATIONBRUNEI NATIONAL ICT AWARDECO-CYBERPARKe-BRUNEI SPEARHEAD BY BIT COUNCIL
9 e-BUSINESS The Private Sector Drive Towards e-Business Businesses to become e-SmartAdding Value to Brunei’s Businesses
10 e-Business Program Executive Committee (EBPEC) Affiliated TO the BIT Council to spearhead the e-Business National IT Strategic Drive .The chair and the members of the EBPEC consist of IT able representatives from the Private Sector, Academia and the Civil Service.Tasked to coordinate the IT application drives of the private and the public sector; identifying linkage-building strategic opportunities for local IT businesses with others and directing the necessary assistance to the private sector in the IT sector.E-BUSINESSBusinesses to become e-SmartAdding Value to Brunei’s businesses
11 e-BUSINESS STRATEGIC INITIIVES Develop and communicate the legal and regulatory framework in Brunei to build confidence in e-business activities.2. Increase Bruneian residents’ demand for e-business based services.3. Increase significantly the use of e-business by Bruneian businesses.Provide basic ICT education and skills training which Bruneians will require to participate in the information economy.Ensure infrastructure is available and affordable in Brunei to support the information economy.Investigate ways of widening Brunei's economic base through strategic ICT investments.
12 e-Government The Public Sector Drive Towards e-Government
13 www.e-government.gov.bn e-Government Endorsement - February 2001 21ST CENTURY"EG21 - GOVERNANCE AND SERVICES ON-LINE"A STRATEGIC FRAMEWORK FOR ACTIONEndorsement - February 2001KEY MESSAGEE-Government 21st Century“EG21 – Governance and Services On-line”VISION STATEMENT“To Be An E-Smart GovernmentIn Line With The 21st Century Civil Service Vision”MISSION STATEMENT“His Majesty’s Government Aims to Establish Electronic Governance and Services to Best Serve the Nation”
14 E-Government Program Executive Committee (EGPEC) Tasked to appraise, study and further propose steps to implement the e-Government program including preparing specific Plan of Action towards attaining the mission of the program fully within five years ( ).The Chairman of the EGPEC is the Permanent Secretary of the Prime Minister Office and Permanent Secretary of Ministry of Finance as Deputy ChairMembers of the EGPEC consist of the Permanent Secretaries from all government ministries.With impetus to advance IT diffusion in the public service, and advance the development of e-related services or activities currently being undertaken by various ministries and government agencies in Brunei Darussalam.e-Government21ST CENTURY
15 EG21 - SPONSORS AND COLLABORATION BY ALL INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY PANELBIT COUNCILIT AND STATE STORE DEPARTMENT, MIISTRY OF FINANCE (ITSSD)BIT CORPORATIONPRIORITISING IMPLEMENTATIONE-Government Program Executive Committee (EGPEC)EG IMPLEMENTATIONSPONSOR BY MINISTRYEG APPRAISAL SPONSORMinisterial EG Steering CommitteeChairman:The Permanent SecretaryE-Government Strategic,Policy and CoordinatingWorking GroupBIT SecretariatEG CenterOrganisational Infrastructure Working Group (OIWG)Technological Infrastructure Working Group (TIWG)EG Implementation Procedure Working Group (KKT)Data Privacy and Data Protection Working Group
16 e-Government Program Budget Allocation By Ministries
17 EG Strategic Initiatives Overview DepartmentalSitesMinistryDepartmentalSitesEG Center ServicesDepartmentalSitesEG Bandwidth ServicesMinistryEG Agency ServicesEG VALUE CHAIN IMPLEMENTATION BLUEPRINT
18 EG Agencies Services:EG agency services are inclusive of outsourcing applications, multi channel access devices, agency infrastructure, common office environment tools, manpower, training, architecture framework, marketing and quality assurance.Strategic initiatives to avoiding duplication of EG agency services already priortised. Further EG agency services to be prioritized will be identified following the EG implementation workshop.
19 EG Bandwidth Services: Broadband network connectivity up to the routers/switches (the last-mile connectivity from the telecommunication backbones).
20 EG Center Services:Outsourcing physical facilities for hosting co-location facilities, facility management, data center, disaster recovery center, network operation center, service operation centers inclusive of certification authority, , portals, websites, gateways, and common business services.
21 EG Strategic Initiatives Priorities (Horizontal/Vertical Cases and Flagships) ACTION LED BYEG AGENCY SERVICESIT manpower deployment to support those ministries lacking IT manpower to implement EG strategic initiatives and Ministerial IS/IT functions.Accounting and Financial Informaton Syastems flagship includinge-procurement and e-payment requirements.(3) EG Implementation workshop ministry by ministry(4) Human Resource Manangement flagship including labor exchange and training exchange requirements.(5) Multi Smart Card flagship including driving license, marital, medical and fingerprint identification requirements.(6) E-Health(7) E-Education(8) Mukim.Net(9) Other EG Agencies ServicesMoFinancePrime Minister’s OfficeMoHome AffairsMoHealthMoEducationOther MinistriesEG CENTER SERVICESEG BANDWIDTH SERVICESMoCommunications
22 E-GOVERNMENT IMPLEMENTATION WORKSHOP SeminarsSupportBusinessObjectives & ITImplicationsLeadership& DirectionWorkshopMethodology& StrategyPlanningWorkshopFacilitationWorkshopOutlineArchitectureIdentify &DefineProjectsPrepare/ApproveIS/IT PlanIdentify &DefineProjectsGAPPROJECTSDEFINITIONIS/ITPLANWorkshops/seminars to guide MinistriesTo complete IS/IT PlanKEY DELIVERABLESTasks to be performed byMinistries to complete IS/IT Plan
23 E-GOVERNMENT PROGRAMS/PROJECTS – AS AT 31st January 2004 SCORECARD EXPECTATIONS39 % Endorsements %39 Programs %114 Projects %
24 E-GOVERNMENT PROGRAM/PROJECTS – AS AT 31st January 2004
25 BALANCED SCORECARD (Kaplan, Harvard University ) to serve the needs of Multiple Stakeholders at Multi-Period