7th e-Gov Forum Africa
March 25-17, 2013
Institutional Frameworks
Models, trend and challenges
An empirical analysis, incl...
E-Gov Institutions: Goals
– Management of public finances, Human Resources
and service delivery
– Access to and quality of...
eGov Institutions: Main Functions
– Strategy and Policy Making
– Governance and Coordination
– *Developing government wide...
eGov Institutions: Priorities
1. Integration with development
2. Coordination amongst e-government
components
3. Degree of...
http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/
5
eGov Institutions: Policy Model One
Policy and investment Coordination
(ministries such as f...
eGov Institutions: Policy Model Two
Administrative Coordination
(ministries of public administration, state and
administra...
eGov Institutions: Policy Model Three
Technical Coordination
(ministries of ICT, science and technology)
Advantage:
techni...
eGov Institutions: Policy Model Four
Shared or no Coordination
Advantage:
does not challenge any institution
Disadvantage:...
E-gov Institutions: Alternative Model One
 ICT Agency as public-private partnership model
Advantage:
free from government...
eGov Institutions: Alternative Model Two
Chief Information Officers/Councils
Advantage:
combines centralized governance wi...
DPADM Work on Institutional Frameworks and eLeaders
Africa
 Workshop on Challenges and Trends in
eGovernment Development ...
6 Trends in eGov Development
(as defined by UN eGov Readiness Survey)
 Whole of Government Approaches
 Multichannel Serv...
Institutional Frameworks for eGov of 21st Century
 Politically empowered
 Financially enabled
 Technically enriched
 H...
eLeaders Main Challenges
 Strengthening of egov institutions to enable their
focused on development, especially the
outco...
Conclusions
1. Countries across the world and in African continent have adopted
different models in egovernance, all of wh...
http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/
16
Thank You
Email:reci @un.org
UN Panel Discussions
 Who should e-Governance implementing
agencies report to: the PM/Presidency, the
Ministry of ICT or ...
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Institutional Frameworks Models, Trend, Challenges - Elida Reci

  1. 1. 7th e-Gov Forum Africa March 25-17, 2013 Institutional Frameworks Models, trend and challenges An empirical analysis, including UNPAN/UNPACS Elida Reci Public Administration and Governance Officer E-Government and Knowledge Management
  2. 2. E-Gov Institutions: Goals – Management of public finances, Human Resources and service delivery – Access to and quality of public services, especially to vulnerable groups – Investment climates, including business and citizens friendly regulatory frameworks – Government transparency and accountability http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/ 2
  3. 3. eGov Institutions: Main Functions – Strategy and Policy Making – Governance and Coordination – *Developing government wide infrastructure, shared networks, data centers, etc. » * Formulating e-laws and legal/regulatory frameworks for IT governance; » Mobilizing, prioritizing and allocating resources for egovernment infrastructure and services; – - Facilitating e-government implementation; – - Monitoring and evaluating http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/ 3
  4. 4. eGov Institutions: Priorities 1. Integration with development 2. Coordination amongst e-government components 3. Degree of decentralization 4. Alignment with institutional architecture and capabilities
  5. 5. http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/ 5 eGov Institutions: Policy Model One Policy and investment Coordination (ministries such as finance, treasury, economy, budget or planning) Advantages: direct control over funds for e-gov implementation, and best integrate egovernment with overall economic management Disadvantages: may lack the technical expertise and focus required to coordinate e-government development and implementation Global: Australia, Canada, Finland, France, Ireland, Sri Lanka, Japan, United Kingdom, United States, etc. Africa: Rwanda
  6. 6. eGov Institutions: Policy Model Two Administrative Coordination (ministries of public administration, state and administrative reform, interior affairs); Advantages: facilitates integration of administrative simplification and reforms into e-government Disadvantages: lacks the technical skills needed to coordinate financial and economic knowledge to set priorities Global: Germany. Republic of Korea, Bulgaria, Mexico, Africa: South Africa, Republic of Tanzania
  7. 7. eGov Institutions: Policy Model Three Technical Coordination (ministries of ICT, science and technology) Advantage: technical knowledge are fully utilised, stakeholders highly involved Disadvantage: may be too focused on technology and disconnected from PA reform Global: India, Jordan, Pakistan, Singapore, etc. Africa: majority of African countries
  8. 8. eGov Institutions: Policy Model Four Shared or no Coordination Advantage: does not challenge any institution Disadvantage: may lead to rivalry and lacks on opportunities of shared infrastructure Global: Russian Federation, Sweden, Tunisia Africa: none
  9. 9. E-gov Institutions: Alternative Model One  ICT Agency as public-private partnership model Advantage: free from government bureaucratic requirement, therefore can react swiftly to changing demands Disadvantage: may not receive the required political and financial support if not directly linked to PM or a powerful ministry Global: Republic of Korea, Singapore, Bulgaria, Sri-lanka Africa: Uganda, Rwanda, Ethiopia http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/ 9
  10. 10. eGov Institutions: Alternative Model Two Chief Information Officers/Councils Advantage: combines centralized governance with decentralized implementation by building consensus at all levels Disadvantage: lacking executive authority Global: United States, UK, Canada, Africa: South Africa, Comoros http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/ 10
  11. 11. DPADM Work on Institutional Frameworks and eLeaders Africa  Workshop on Challenges and Trends in eGovernment Development in Africa – in cooperation with UNECA – Ethiopia, February 2009  Workshop on eLeadership in Africa, Republic of Tanzania, June 2010  Technical Cooperation Activities and Capacity Building Support to many African countries ESTABLISHED the first African eLeaders Network http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/ 11
  12. 12. 6 Trends in eGov Development (as defined by UN eGov Readiness Survey)  Whole of Government Approaches  Multichannel Service Delivery  E-Participation  Digital Divide for Vulnerable Groups  Usage  Open Government Data http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/ 12
  13. 13. Institutional Frameworks for eGov of 21st Century  Politically empowered  Financially enabled  Technically enriched  Human Capacities prepared http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/ 13
  14. 14. eLeaders Main Challenges  Strengthening of egov institutions to enable their focused on development, especially the outcomes of Post-2015 Development Agenda;  Increasing responsibilities for promoting and managing private-public partnerships;  Broadening their capacities to respond to an ever changing and challenging world of technological innovation  Preparing structures and functions that would respond to growing decentralization  Ensuring the needed financing in a world undergoing a global financial crisis http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/ 14
  15. 15. Conclusions 1. Countries across the world and in African continent have adopted different models in egovernance, all of which have advantages and disadvantages, the differences in models can be overcome through the adoption of whole of government approach. 2. The overall governance, including egovernance requires the contribution of all society, therefore means of cooperation should be explored with all groups, including business sector, academia, civil society, through public-private partnership and open government data. 3. The ever changing and challenging development priorities coupled with technological innovation require increased institutional responsiveness and flexibility. 4. The global crisis have a tendency to cut the needed resources for egovernance, therefore is a need to provide a cause result interrelationship between egovernance and development priority at the early stage of regional and global consultations for Post- 2015 Agenda http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/ 15
  16. 16. http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/ 16 Thank You Email:reci @un.org
  17. 17. UN Panel Discussions  Who should e-Governance implementing agencies report to: the PM/Presidency, the Ministry of ICT or Finance Ministry?  Whole of Government Approach: What are the hindrances and challenges to inter-institutional collaborations  Institutional Frameworks to overcome the challenges in promoting the eGov agenda?  Building awareness to drive adoption and use of egovernment services http://www.UNPAN.org/DPADM/ 17
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