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Colombia e-Government Transactional Kickoff Meeting Sophia Antipolis March 30th 2005 Hugo Sin Technical Director Agenda of Connectivity.

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1 Colombia e-Government Transactional Core @METIS Kickoff Meeting Sophia Antipolis March 30th 2005 Hugo Sin Technical Director Agenda of Connectivity

2 Schedule Introduction Problem Project objectives Interoperability solution for Colombian government information (Architecture) Transactional Core Online Government Architecture

3 Colombia information Name : Republic of Colombia Capital: Bogota (7 million) Official language: Spanish Political constitution: State ruled by law System of government: Presidential, balance of power between executive, legislative and judicial branches Population (in millions): 44.5 GDP (2003): 3.8% Inflation: 5.25% Total unemployment (% of labor force): 14.7% For more information:

4 Agenda de Conectividad - Objectives Massify the use of information and communication technologies in the country Promote social and economic development, using ICT Improve human quality conditions For more information:

5 Acknowledgements: UN Global E-Government Readiness Report 2004" Last year in South and Central America, the second greatest improvement in the E-Readiness Index was made by Colombia. This way, Colombia added 13 points to its global ranking in 2004. In 2004, Colombias country homepage was ranked in the worlds Top 25 ( #23). In 2004, Colombia offered one of the most improved sites in the region for a one stop-shot e- government portal. This index changed from 0.362 in 2003 to 0.641 in 2004. Colombia added 46 points to its ranking in the e- participation index. It moved from position 56 to 10. Colombia, has been in the process of expanding the outreach of its e-government programs and is consolidating the participatory services to citizens.

6 Rankings 2004 Index Ranking 2004 2003 Change Chile 0.683522 0 Mexico 0.595730 0 Argentina 0.58713231 Brazil 0.56753541+6 Uruguay 0.54814047+7 Colombia 0.53354457+13 Peru 0.501553 0 Panama 0.49075462+8 Venezuela 0.48985693+37 Guyana 0.42437172+1 Costa Rica 0.41887366-7 Belize 0.41507671-5 El Salvador 0.40347980+1 Ecuador 0.39248285+3 Bolivia 0.38638878-10 Suriname* 0.3474105.... Paraguay 0.340810975-34 Guatemala 0.3391111109-2 Honduras 0.3301113124+11 Nicaragua 0.3216121112-9 Average 0.4558

7 E-participation index 2004 CountryIndexRanking 2004Ranking 2003Change United Kingdom1.000110 United States0.934220 Canada0.902330 Singapore0.836413+9 Netherlands0.80357+2 Mexico0.7706 (tie)9+3 New Zealand0.7706 (tie)5 Republic of Corea 0.7706 (tie)12+6 Denmark0.738715+8 Australia0.672880 Estonia0.63994+5 Colombia0.6231056+46 Belgium0.6071137+26 Chile0.60711 (tie)3-87

8 Government Information Problem

9 Interoperability Platform General objective –Create an interoperability platform to integrate and exchange information between different government agency (information systems)

10 Interoperability Platform Specific objectives –Develop an schema to exchange information GEL-XML (e-Government XML) –Interoperability platform developed based on web services and associated technology –Develop a transactional gateway to control and manage the services –Develop a citizens interface for online government services

11 Platform - General Architecture

12 Architecture: Government issues Political and Information Management Intersectorial Commission for Public Administration Economic and Social Politics National Agency - documents Several Projects

13 Architecture: Technical and Quality Issues Technical Norms National Institute ICONTEC Adoption: ISO 17779, 15408, 13335 Service Oriented Architecture Best Practices and Standards Adoption Technology: WebServices, XML, WSDL, UDDI High speed secure networks

14 Architecture: Transactional Core

15 E-services automatic dispatcher –Build an information tree to complete an aggregate service –Redirect the services to information owner –Register the services Services directory –Search the services Management administrator –Statistics –Performance information –User management

16 Architecture: Government Agencys and Citizens

17 GEL XML –XML for e-government A specification to exchange information –Within agencies –With external information systems XML Schema 1.1 based –Extensible

18 GEL XML Web Services Information is sent and retrieved in XML, no simple information –Advantages: Extensibility, scalability, platform independent, standard language, integration with legacy systems and with several technologies, vendor independent, etc. Defined by –Agenda de Conectividad –Government Agencies –ICONTEC participation –IAC (EAN) participation –Chambers of Commerce participation –TI Companies

19 Projects associated

20 Transactional core in Online Government Architecture

21 Thanks! More information

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