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Public Officials Capacity Building Training Program

Public Officials Capacity Building Training Program
for Government Innovation; Seoul, December 11, 2007

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  • Welcome to the Korea Ministry of Government Administration & Home Affairs Public Officials Capacity Building Training Program for Government Innovation Seoul , December 11, 2007
  • - - D adang Solihin Delegation Head Public Officials Capacity Building Training Program for Government Innovation
  • - - Contents Contents Key Task1 : Government Innovation  History Key Task1 : Government Innovation  Organization Key Task1 : Government Innovation  Vision & Mission Key Task1 : Government Innovation  Key Tasks Key Task1 : Government Innovation  Affiliated Organizations
  • - -
    • 1948 The Ministry of Government Administration (MOGA) and
    • the Ministry of Home Affairs (MOHA) were separately established
    • with the launching of the government of the Republic of Korea
    • National Institute of Scientific Investigation was established
    • under MOHA
    • Government Archives and Records Service was established
    • under MOGA
    • Government Building Service was established under MOGA
    • The Ministry of Government Administration and Home Affairs
    • was inaugurated by merging MOGA and MOHA
    • National Emergency Management Agency (NEMA) was
    • inaugurated under MOGAHA
    History
  • - -
    • Minister : H.E. Myung-Jae Park
    • 2 Vice Ministers
    •  Vice Minister for Government Innovation
    •  Vice Minister for Local Administration and Safety Policy
    • 1 Office, 5 Headquarters
    • 14 Officers, 2 Bureaus, 3 Centers
    • 66 Teams
    • 6 Affiliated Organizations
    • ⇒ Total Public Servants of MOGAHA : 2,047 ( ’ 07.1.29)
    Organizations Organization
  • - - World’s Best Administration for Innovation, Decentralization and Balanced Development Initiating Government Innovation Realizing e- Government Encouraging Decentralization Promoting Regional Balanced Development Vision Mission (4 Core Tasks) Vision & Mission Vision & Mission
  • Key Task1 : Government Innovation Key Task1 : Government Innovation
  • - - Participatory Administration Administration based on participation and governance Direction Able and Trusted Government for the People Transparent Administration Clean and open administration Serving Administration Customer Oriented high-quality services Efficient Administration Performance and Capability Based Decentralized Administration Central to regional, vertical to horizontal Goal of Government Innovation
  • - - Establishing Innovative Business Systems 1 Major Project on Government Innovation
    • Plan to integrate 12 innovative systems into this main system
    • Improve working practices or methods by introducing an electronic documentation system for the entire decision making process
    Online Business Process Management System digital budget accounting, record management, knowledge management…
    • Build a performance-based organizational system
    • Ensure the flexibility of organizations
    • Minimize the decision-making process and cost
    • Maximize the creativity of members
    Horizontal Team System
  • - - Innovation with the People and the World 2 Major Project on Government Innovation
    • Generalize and Expand innovation performance
    • Open various channels for civil society to participate in
    • innovation and share innovation results
    User-centric innovation Implementing User-centric innovation projects, resolving user’s complaints
    • Share innovation experiences and best practices with the world
    Korea Immigration Smart System (UN PSA, 2007) Government Innovation Index (UN PSA special award, 2006) Korea On-line E-Procurement System (UN PSA, 2003)
    • Participate in the 7th Global Forum on Reinventing Government
    • Host government knowledge management workshops
    Strengthened role in global community
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    • Establish the 'Government Innovation Law’ regulating government innovation
    • philosophy, basic direction, and process systems etc.
    • Systemize work methods and processes
    3. Institutionalize and Systemize Government Innovation 1. Settle down Innovative Culture
    • Establishment of innovative culture that values trust, communication
    • and cooperation
    • Atmosphere of innovation that encourages creative and challenging thinking
    2. Set up the Next Steps of Government Innovation
    • Represent vision, objectives, agendas and strategy for sustainable innovation
    • Launch a public-private innovation council for advancement from
    • government innovation into national innovation
    * Political leadership may change, but government innovation must continue Sustainable Government Innovation 3 Major Project on Government Innovation
  • Key Task1 : Government Innovation Key Task 2 : Realizing e-Government
  • - - World's Best, Open e-Government Innovating Service Delivery Enhancing Efficiency & Transparency Realizing True Popular Sovereignty Network-Based Government Knowledge-Based Government Participatory Government Information and Service Opinion/Policy Proposal Public Providing various information and integrated service Collective Resolution Integrated Processing Knowledge Sharing .. Dept. 1 Dept. 2 Dept. 3 Dept. N Departmental Interconnection Application through fax, e-mail, internet, etc. Government Portal Civil Application Center Local Application Office Web Sites Mobile Internet Fax, Mail, Telephone Visiting UN e-government Readiness Index : 5th out of 191 in 2004 & 2005 Goal and Tasks for e-Government
  • - - www.egov.go.kr
    • Inquiry service is provided with 5,000 types of civil information
    • Business registration, tax payment and its certificates, factory registration are processed online and will be gradually expanded from 500 kinds in 2005 to 700 kinds in 2007.
    Online civil information inquiry and application Inquiry : 22 kinds in ’05 -> 40 kinds in ’07 issuance : 20 kinds in ’05 -> 40 kinds in ’07 G4C : Government For(4) Citizen Ⅰ . Front Office Services Online inquiry and issuance of documents
    • Single window for Online Civil Services(G4C)
    • Providing online processing of citizen’s civil information inquiry, petition & application, document inquiry and it’s issuance
    • - The number of documents and visits has decreased through online civil service
  • - - 2. Administrative Information Disclosure System(Open Gov’t) www.open.go.kr Operating an integrated site through which citizens can see a list of administrative information and request the disclosure www.open.go.kr Users can request the disclosure of information and see results, search for an integrated list of disclosed information, and consult a list of the latest information. Since its launch in April 2006, it has provided lists of 4 million sets of administrative data and linked services The results of requests are sent via email or mobile with 780 government agencies. phone (SMS).
  • - - 3. Online Citizen Participation Portal www.epeople.go.kr Providing venue for online public participation in government policies Administrative information and processes open online via the Internet (since August 2005) Online citizen participation portal (www.epeople.go.kr) established in July 2005: channel for citizens’ appeal, Online citizen participation to be expanded by adopting policy proposals, and discussion forums electronic voting and election systems (established in September 2005, to be applied in 2008 General Elections) www.epeople.go.kr
  • - - Ⅱ . Back Office Services
    • Administrative Information Sharing System
    •  Minimizing Issuance of civil Documents through sharing of
    • administrative Information
    •  Sharing 34 types of administrative Information in 8 major areas
    • (Over 1.8 billion dollars in annual cost savings through the reduction
    • of civil document distribution and the shortened processing time)
    2. Online Government Business Process Management System (On-nara BPS: Integrated Performance & Customer Management)  Providing an integrated performance & customer management system through digitalization of all processes on government business affairs 3. Local Government Information Network (LGIN)  Real-time information sharing through the vertical and horizontal linking of central administrative agencies and local Governments
  • - - Ⅲ . Information Security System Government encryption key validation system and classified document management system aimed at protecting online government information (the Integrated Security Certification Management Center opened in Dec. 2005) Provide safe e-Gov’t services with enhanced Security System Application program server (e.g.: 4 major insurance services) Certification server Certification authority LDAP Certificate status validation server Integrated validation server Certificate validation Certificate validation for identity verification Certificate validation Certificate validation Verification of personal identity
  • - - Ⅳ . Reduce the Digital Divide
    • Establishing Information Network Villages (INV : Total 305)
    •  Reducing the digital divide and promoting balanced regional development
    • by providing Internet access, PCs, education to digitally marginalized
    • remote areas
    •  Benchmarking trips by 1,220 persons from 100 countries as of Nov. 2006
    •  MOU established for funding Information Villages with Intel (Nov. 2004)
    Won the World e-Government Forum Trophy (2006.10) 2. Providing international IT Learning programs  Support information-oriented socialization of developing countries and enforce the international cooperation basis by inviting officers in charge of informative policy in developing countries
  • Key Task1 : Government Innovation Key Task 3 : Bring about Decentralization
  • - - Local Governments of KOREA  246 Local Governments  16 upper-level gov’t  230 lower-level gov’t  279,826 Public Servants  78,606 in upper-level gov’t (28%)  201,220 in lower-level gov’t (72%)                                                           
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    • Reallocating authority between central and local governments
    • Enhancing local government’s capability
    • Implementing sweeping fiscal decentralization
    • Strengthening accountability in local government
    • Expanding participation by local residents
    Core tasks Objective and Tasks for Decentralization Promote responsible and self-governing local governments
  • - - Major Projects on Decentralization Transferring Authority to Local Governments 1
    • Promote the transfer of authority from central to local extensively
    • (816 authority transfers were completed in the Participation Government)
    • Foster Jeju special self-governing province (2006.6) as an exemplary
    • autonomous city through a much broader guarantee of autonomous rights
    • than other cities(1,062 affairs)
    Improving Local Administrative System 2
    • Introduce the Total Labor Cost system to manage the organization and
    • personnel autonomously on the basis of the community’s total expenses
    • Improve the local personnel system through introducing the position
    • subscription system and other related systems
  • Key Task1 : Government Innovation Key Task 4 : Regional Balanced Development
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    • Coordinating balanced development projects among central
    • governments
    • Supporting local governments in constructing their own regional development system
    • Spreading Best Practices and supporting information and
    • finances to establish good local communities
    • Creating a support system to revitalize the local economy
    • Promoting innovative management of local enterprises
    Goals and Tasks for Balanced Development Realize the balanced regional development for Pleasant communities nationwide
  • - - Major Projects on Balanced Development Improving living Conditions 2
    • Providing education, medical care and welfare services to the people
    • on the basis of long-term plans
    • Utilizing major natural resources such as natural scenery of each region
    • as tourist attraction for the general public
    Establishing good local communities 1
    • Through 「 Better Community Establishment Project 」 for recreating pleasant,
    • distinctive communities by utilizing each region’s resources
    Establishing better communities
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  • Dadang Solihin currently is Director for System and Reporting of Development Performance Evaluation -Bappenas. He holds MA degree (Economics), University of Colorado, USA. His previous post is Head, Center for Research Data and Information at DPD Secretariat General as well as Deputy Director for Information of Spatial Planning and Land Use Management at Indonesian National Development Planning Agency (Bappenas).
    • Beside working as Assistant Professor at Graduate School of Asia-Pacific Studies, Waseda University, Tokyo, Japan, he also active as Associate Professor at University of Darma Persada, Jakarta, Indonesia.
    • He got various training around the globe, included Public Officials Capacity Building Training Program for Government Innovation, Seoul –Korea (2007), Advanced International Training Programme of Information Technology Management, at Karlstad City, Sweden (2005); the Training Seminar on Land Use and Management, Taiwan (2004); Developing Multimedia Applications for Managers, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia (2003); Applied Policy Development Training, Vancouver, Canada (2002); Local Government Administration Training Course, Hiroshima, Japan (2001); and Regional Development and Planning Training Course, Sapporo, Japan (1999). He published more than five books regarding local autonomous.
    • You can reach Dadang Solihin by email at dadangsol@yahoo.com or by his mobile at +62812 932 2202
    Dadang Solihin’s Profile