E-region Gabrovo Document interchange between regional administration, municipalities within the region and de-concentrated state administrations for administrative.
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E-region Gabrovo Document interchange between regional administration, municipalities within the region and de-concentrated state administrations for administrative service delivery Regional Administration - Gabrovo
2 E-Government and e-services – what to do first?
3 Why the administrations need to communicate? Shorten the administrative services delivery terms Fewer documents required for a service (most of them are automatically provided) Implement inter-administration „One-stop- shop“ service model Deliver on-line e-services
4 Implementation of “one-stop shop” All necessary documents for complex (integrated) service are provided by the Originating administration from its partners The Customer requests Integrated services from his local or most convenient administration. There he also receives the result. Originating administration Partner administrations Citizens / Business Request for integrated service Document interchange
5 Inter-Administration Connectivity – Benefits for our customers Submit and receive documents on most convenient place Avoid movement between different offices within an administration or between administrations Implementation of new communication technologies improves access to services, security and reliability.
6 E-Region Gabrovo Powered by the partnership of Development started: April 2003 Technical implementation: June 2003 Official launch: January 2004
7 E-Region Gabrovo: Governance Decision of The Council for Regional Development Drawing up rules for electronic document interchange Education and consultation of employees Supervision and control
8 E-Region Gabrovo: Stages Building a team of specialists from all partner administrations; Drawing up an operation flow sheets for all services; New blanks and forms; Intra-Organization documents – rules, orders; Software and hardware implementation; Development and signing of agreements between the partners; Establishment of reliable electronic communication channel between the partners; Test period – minimum 3 months; Official launch.
9 Technical Requirements Total computerization of Front and Back Offices Implementation of Document Flow and Control System Communication channel – Internet, National Government Network Communication software for data interchange between document flow systems
10 What We Did In 2003? E-Region Gabrovo project developed and implemented the first in Bulgaria Document interchange infrastructure between Regional and Municipal administrations Based on this project in 2005 Municipality Gabrovo developed a project for Integrated administrative services, followed by municipalities Dryanovo and Tryavna in 2006
13 Electronic document – Data structure Formal description – system readable document description The document in electronic form Tasks for this document, resolutions, workflow, etc. Links and relations to other documents
14 Document interchange basics – Language for document formal description - BDML XML-based formal document description Ensures proper recognition of exchanged documents metadata, originals and requested services Header Part
17 E-Region in practice: Infrastructure for Integrated Administrative Services (Municipality Gabrovo) Gabrovo Regional Court – By Information Services PLC Server Regional AdministrationMunicipality Gabrovo
18 Remote Document Submission On-line services, accessible via Web interface Communication software for connection between DocFlow systems of administration and business customers Submit Documents via another administration (regional, municipal). No requirements for technical resources and knowledge by citizens, widely accessible.
19 Threats /Administrative/ Difference in names, required documents and process flows in same type administrations Different, non-unified blanks and forms and nomenclature of documents Front-Office employees must learn specifics for all service requests to other administrations “Fear From The Dark” – Learning How To Trust ITU-T X.509 (PKI) Infrastructure and E-Signed documents
20 Threats /Technical/ Information Security, Digital ID management Application and data availability Backup and disaster recovery Finding well-trained IT experts with will to work for the Administration In fact, due to great technology development, we can easily assume that there are NO noticeable technological threats.
21 Something often ignored All infrastructure developed should keep all the information exchanged long enough to ensure proper export to information systems of the Archives. Archive’s information and digital data storage systems should appear in near future
22 2007: Electronic Government Act Single collection and creation of data The administrative bodies.... have no right to require from citizens and organizations the provision or proof of data, which has once been provided. They are obliged to collect the data from the original administrator. Automatically generated notification The original data administrator sends automatically the data to all administrative bodies, which by the rule of law support this data and have declared their willingness to receive it.
23 Saving Tax-Payer’s Money Use GNU/GPL software in addition of commercial one Implement local PKI CAs for Intra-administration purposes Cooperate and involve universities and other “high-tech” communities
24 GNU / GPL – Useful and reliable? A short example: www.kolab.org:www.kolab.org “Kolab was created for the needs of the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI) by contract in 2002-2004 and is used there in a heterogenous environment. November 2005 Kolab won the Linux New Media Award: Category 'Best Groupware Server'“
25 The Unlimited Potential Of Free Software In our IT infrastructure: Server OS: E-Mail, Antispam, Antivirus:
26 The Unlimited Potential Of Free Software In our IT infrastructure: Internet services: Development platforms: Databases:
27 The Unlimited Potential Of Free Software In our IT infrastructure: Groupware, project management: Backup: Network management and monitoring: Security:
28 Your opinion: Centralized e-services... Administration Integrated Data Interchange Environment Public Services Delivery organizations (e.g. electric distribution) Public offices (notary, etc.) National Portal CITIZENS BUSINESS