Presentation on theme: "E-Government Interoperability in the Federal Government of Kick off meeting March, 2005."— Presentation transcript:
e-Government Interoperability in the Federal Government of Brazil @METIS Kick off meeting March, 2005
Interoperability Standards (e-Ping) providing a framework for systems under development (1st moment) and existing systems (2nd moment) Interoperability basis Interoperability Agenda specifying target services to be integrated (priority areas leading to key services). Based on both Committee decision and a survey involving citizens, business and Government
Hability to transfer and use information in an efficient and uniform way, throughout several organizations and information systems. (Australian Government) Coherent interchange of information among services and systems. It must enable the substitution of any component or product used in the linking points by another one with similar specification, without hindering the system functions. (UK Government) Hability held by two or more systems (computers, means of communication, nets and other IT components) of interacting and interchanging data according to a defined method, in a way the expected results can be obtained. (ISO) What is INTEROPERABILITY?
An architecture that defines a minimum set of premisses, politics and technical specifications that rule the usage of ITC in the Federal Government, establishing the conditions of interaction with the other Powers of the State (Legislature and Judiciary), spheres of government (states and municipalities) and with society. e – PING: Definition
Alignment with internet (all the systems) Adoption of XML (primary standard to data integration) Adoption of browsers The development and adoption of a Metadata Standard to e-Government (open and international model) Development and maintenance of a List of Government Themes (themes related to government action) Market support (costs and risks) e – PING: Main Politics
Scalability (not a restrictive factor in the development of services) Transparency (site available to society) Preference to the adoption of open standards (proprietary are temporary) Adhesion to the e-PING (gradual and compulsory) Focus in interoperability (interconectivity of systems, integraton of data, acess to e-government services and management of content) Warranty of information privacy (by the units responsible for the e-Gov services) Non-approached themes (it doesn´t standard their presentation) e – PING: Main Politics
e – PING: Relations Federal Government Citizen Business Legislature Other countries International Organizations Third Sector (NGOs) States Municipalities Judiciary Attorneys
Model of e-Government Result: focus on the CITIZEN Other services Other organizations Integrated web channels Multiple channels of Access e-Gov services Initial Scene Integrated Government Proposed Scenario Result: focus on Government organizations Citizen Isolated channels of access Government organ Non-integrated Government organs Government organ Integrated Government Government Integration Layer Government organ
Model of e-Government Integrated Government Administration Politics Standars Authentication Security Privacy Workflow Metadata Government Portals Office count Access devices Telephone Digital TV Internet Government Integration Layer Government systems: Legacy, New Systems Processes among systems System 1System 2System 3 System n Institutions Civil servantsGovernments Citizens Target public
Rules Standards Implementation Management e-PING seal Up-to-date catalogues Communication/ Divulgation Hiring of Services Rules Standards Implementation Management e-PING seal Up-to-date catalogues Communication/ Divulgation Hiring of Services e – PING: Model of Management Executive Committee of e-Government CEGE Executive Committee of e-Government CEGE Executive Secretary of CEGE Coordenation of e-PING Coordenation of e-PING Private business and Other institutions Private business and Other institutions Organs of the Government Organs of the Government Work groups e-PING Work groups e-PING
Security Interconnection Means of access Areas for e-Gov integration Organization and interchange of information e – PING: Segmentation
Hypertext Transfer Protocol Electronic Message Transfer Content Security for Electronic Messages Mailbox Access Security for Mailbox access Directory Domain Name Service Eletronic Mailbox address File Transfer Protocol LAN / WAN intercommunication Transfer Web Services: SOAP, UDDI e WSDL e – PING: Interconecction Components: Participants: MP, SERPRO, MEC, MT, IBGE, DNIT, SRF, MI, DATAPREV, MC, BB, CEF, CGU, ABEP, EMBRAPA, etc Coordination: Luiz Gonzaga SERPRO Participants: MP, SERPRO, MEC, MT, IBGE, DNIT, SRF, MI, DATAPREV, MC, BB, CEF, CGU, ABEP, EMBRAPA, etc Coordination: Luiz Gonzaga SERPRO
Browsers Set of Characters and Alphabet Hypertext Interchange Format Files types: Document, Spreadsheet, Presentation Files type: Databank (for Workstations) Interchange of Graphical Information and Static Images Vector Graphics Specification of Animation Standards Files types: Audio and Video File compression in general Geoprocessing: standards for workstations e - PING- Means of Access Components (I): Standards for access via workstations
Definition of Data Applications (including Multiapplications) Electrical components Communication protocols Physical Interface Standards Security Terminal infrastructure e - PING- Means of Access Components (II): Smart Cards / Tokens / Other Participants: MP, SERPRO, MS, MI, MRE, ITI, CGU, ECT, MEC, DATAPREV, IBGE, ELETROBRÁS, MC, etc Coordination: Renato Martini ITI / PR Severino Lucchetti SERPRO Participants: MP, SERPRO, MS, MI, MRE, ITI, CGU, ECT, MEC, DATAPREV, IBGE, ELETROBRÁS, MC, etc Coordination: Renato Martini ITI / PR Severino Lucchetti SERPRO
Language for data interchange Language for data transformation Modeling of data for interchange Catalogue of common use data List of Government Themes : Taxonomy for Browsing (LAG) Government Metadata Standards – e-PMG e - PING- Organization and Information Interchange Components: Participants: MP, SERPRO, ECT, CPqD, CEF, SRF, MMA, MAPA, CGU, MJ, INEP, MRE, etc Coordination: Elói Yamaoka SERPRO Participants: MP, SERPRO, ECT, CPqD, CEF, SRF, MMA, MAPA, CGU, MJ, INEP, MRE, etc Coordination: Elói Yamaoka SERPRO
Scanning, analysis and mapping of integration themes in the areas dealt with by e-Government Identifying the main organs and entities involved in each theme Managing the XML reference catalogue of shared use for e-Government services Determining the types of relations Verifying the adhesion to the e-PING standards e – PING: Areas of Integrations for the e-Government Attributions: Participantes: MP, SERPRO, BB, MI, MJ, DATAPREV, IBGE, SRF, PR, CEF, etc Coordination: Nazaré Lopes SLTI / MP Participantes: MP, SERPRO, BB, MI, MJ, DATAPREV, IBGE, SRF, PR, CEF, etc Coordination: Nazaré Lopes SLTI / MP
Pilot Services (adhering to the e-PING) National System of Information Integration about Justice and Public Security – INFOSEG (SENASP/MJ): Its usage is restricted to the organs belonging to the justice and public security area and its goal is to integrate every existing databank in the country that relates do the area. Smart Card seal (ITI/PR): Homologation of systems and equipment of digital certification. Communitarian radio stations/Geoprocessing (MC): It compounds the RadCom e SIGPPT systems; RadCom: workflow of permit to communitarian radio stations; SIGPPT: geographical information system (it allows the analysis of the location of communitarian radio stations).
Results Creation of the e-PING site: www.eping.e.gov.br Divulgation: Site Technical seminars Public Consultancy and Hearings Publication of Version 1 of the e-PING document e-PING pilots Interoperability agenda Implementation all over the Federal Government –Executive Decrease in the general costs for the Federal Government Finished
Technical Challenges Construction: Catalogue of common use data of Brazilian government: Share concepts, remove ambiguities and inconsistencies in the use of government data; List of government themes (LAG): the focus of LAG is the citizen; frequent use is more important than academic accuracy; it preferes the common language; Metadata standard for e-government (e-PMG): based upon the international model Dublin Core (ISO 15836);
Technical Challenges Definition and management of the catalogue of XML schemes related to the thematic areas of government action; Adoption all over the Federal Government – Executive; Broadening of the initiative to other levels and spheres of government;
Next services to be integrated Extrajudicial offices (ANOREG) The main goal is the integration of all the existing extrajudicial offices in the country (18.000) using the precepts defined in the e- PING architecture; Expected results: Cut down costs and improve the services offered to the citizens; make the control easier and promote a more rational use of information; facilitate the acquisiton of information by organs of every sphere of government (states and municipalities).
Next services to be integrated Addressing standards (CPqD) it seeks to define the set of information tht will be used to identify na address inside the country (definition of a standard); great amount of government systems uses addressing; usage of solutions based upon Geographic Information System (SIG); Usage of precepts defined in the e-PING architecture;
Interoperability Agenda Identifying the relationship chains between citizens and business along with Government Mapping the supply and demand of interactions from citizens and business with the Government Defining the multichannels of relationship between citizens and business along with Government e-Gov National Diagnosis:
Interoperability Agenda 3. Analysis of Best Practices in the implementation of Lifeline 2. Mapping of supply of existing services 1. Analysis of demand of services according to Lifeline 5. Development of a Portfolio of solutions in Lifeline 4. Mapping of the existing gaps between demand and supply 6. Outcomes in the short run in the Portal of Services ACTION PLAN
Interoperability Agenda quantitative survey with citizens, business and organs of the government; national sample to be applied in 10 Brazilian states and municipalities; model of data analysis will focus based on a framework oriented to the identification of Obligations, Rights, Democratic Participation and Social Control ; this model uses economic and social macroindicators criteria, besides life events of both citizes and business previously established
Interoperability Agenda Establish a Portifolio of e-Gov Solutions that improve the supply of services, the social control and popular participation Consolidate a National e-Government Plan (for the 2004-2006 period) Propose an Agenda of e-Government Interoperable Services for citizens, business and local government. Products of the Diagnosis:
Patrícia Pessi Director of e-Government Secretary of Logistics and IT Ministry of Planning, Budget and Management firstname.lastname@example.org 55 61 313 1319 www.governoeletronico.gov.br Thank you !