Can eGovernmentwork in the Cloud?Some examples from Digital Austria …Peter ReichstädterChisinau, 14th February 2013peter.r...
Topics Definition     – general features Opportunities and risks     –   Legally     –   Structurally     –   Economical...
selected ICT topics/trends 2013                                                    Stuxnet       Web 2.0 Semantic Web     ...
selected ICT topics/trends 2013                                                   Stuxnet       Web 2.0             Semant...
Federal Republic of AustriaArea: 83 879 km² Population: 8,5 MioMobilePenetration 112% MobileInternet: 80% Mobile eID: YES1...
strategy and organizationmust walk hand in hand  STRATEGIC                                ePartici-                       ...
use of eIDWithin administration:   • in order to provide more       efficient procedures and                              ...
IOP Guidance                ARTEFACTS & INITIATIVES              EUROPEAN PUBLIC                                          ...
EU “Large Scale” pilots Electronic ProcurementLarge Scale Pilot PEPPOL                                       www.peppol.eu...
Where is the ‘e-……..’?  Cloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
Service: [s&r-v&s]1: the occupation or function of serving2: the work performed by one that serves         “It is not the ...
How Cities Evolve 12
missing confidence?    1315/02/2013
Situation and conditionsGartner Hype CycleCloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013   16 |
E-Government may be Informational processes    – e.g. law information system    – no immediate data protection dimension...
Impacts of Cloud Computing on eID new approaches (like eID) must be “cloud  compatible”      – from the point of view of ...
Cloud - Chance and Risk CLOUD will enable and enforce broad usage of  crypto-based services     – eID and access control ...
possible approach / requirements for Austria (1) pilot and analyse cloud projects (‚FRCC/BLSG‘)     – exchange of informa...
possible approach / requirements for Austria (2) Cloud assessment     – definition of criteria catalogue and development ...
www.oasis-open.orgConclusions   Cloud Computing on ICT-strategy//E-    Government “radar”            Promises of cost re...
www.oasis-open.orgCongratulations to EGC / MD ….   Wow, cool stuff ….      Project = result!      Collaboration      …...
Cloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
Cloud Computing / AustriaThank you!Peter ReichstädterFederal Chancellery of AustriaBallhausplatz 2Wien, ViennaA-1014      ...
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  1. 1. Can eGovernmentwork in the Cloud?Some examples from Digital Austria …Peter ReichstädterChisinau, 14th February 2013peter.reichstaedter@bka.gv.atCloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  2. 2. Topics Definition – general features Opportunities and risks – Legally – Structurally – Economically – Technically example: eID and cloud possible approach / requirements for AustriaCloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013 2|
  3. 3. selected ICT topics/trends 2013 Stuxnet Web 2.0 Semantic Web Social EngineeringKritische Infrastruktur Botnetze Facebook Twitter Blogs Cyber Security CERTWiki Social Media GovCERT IaaS Private Cloud PaaS SaaSCollaboration ParticipationMobiles Breitband Youtube Cloud Computing Video Standardisierung Public Cloud SmartphoneApps Tablet HTML5 Shared ServiceLocation based Services Virtualisierung Zentralisierung App Stores Smart Meter Green IT Smart Grid Cloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  4. 4. selected ICT topics/trends 2013 Stuxnet Web 2.0 Semantic WebSocial EngineeringKritische Infrastruktur Botnetze Facebook Twitter Blogs Cyber Security CERTWiki Social Media GovCERT IaaS Private Cloud PaaS SaaSCollaboration ParticipationMobiles Breitband Youtube Cloud Computing Video Standardisierung Public Cloud SmartphoneApps Tablet HTML5 Shared ServiceLocation based Serices Virtualisierung Zentralisierung App Stores Smart Meter Green IT Smart Grid Cloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  5. 5. Federal Republic of AustriaArea: 83 879 km² Population: 8,5 MioMobilePenetration 112% MobileInternet: 80% Mobile eID: YES13 federal ministries - 9 regions80 district administrations - 2357 municipalities
  6. 6. strategy and organizationmust walk hand in hand STRATEGIC ePartici- pation GOALS eID basic and data government protection information ICT electronic eSignature dossier back office eDelivery EXAMPLE Identifying the strategic needs AT connected government It-security portals eInclusion … it needs clear decisions ICT in the public quite ahead before real sector is like a large movement can be vessel … planned Cloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  7. 7. use of eIDWithin administration: • in order to provide more efficient procedures and ID to avoid extensive data to be collectedAccess to e-gov: • in order to facilitate e-government and ID transformation (automated procedures)Access to e-business: • in order to raise quality ID trust and security by profiting from public sector $Cloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  8. 8. IOP Guidance ARTEFACTS & INITIATIVES EUROPEAN PUBLIC SERVICES ACTIVITIES European Interoperability Strategy SUPPORT Governance EISEuropean Interoperability Framework EIF Conception European Interoperability Guidelines Architecture Guidelines Implementation European Interoperability Infrastructure&Services Services & Tools Services Tools Operation Cloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  9. 9. EU “Large Scale” pilots Electronic ProcurementLarge Scale Pilot PEPPOL www.peppol.eu Electronic Identity Large Scale Pilot STORK www.eid-stork.eu Service Directive Large Scale Pilot SPOCS www.eu-spocs.eu eHealth Large Scale Pilot epSOS www.epsos.eue-Justice Communication Large Scale Pilot e-CODEX www.e-codex.euCloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  10. 10. Where is the ‘e-……..’? Cloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  11. 11. Service: [s&r-v&s]1: the occupation or function of serving2: the work performed by one that serves “It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the ones most responsive to change” Charles Darwin 11
  12. 12. How Cities Evolve 12
  13. 13. missing confidence? 1315/02/2013
  14. 14. Situation and conditionsGartner Hype CycleCloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013 16 |
  15. 15. E-Government may be Informational processes – e.g. law information system – no immediate data protection dimension Transactional processes – Processing personal data – Authentication / quality eID plays a major roleCloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  16. 16. Impacts of Cloud Computing on eID new approaches (like eID) must be “cloud compatible” – from the point of view of security – from the point of view of privacy and intellectual property protection we might possibly need to twist on both ends – in the eID domain – in the cloud domain – to yield contractual, legal/regulatory, commercial and technical acceptanceCloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  17. 17. Cloud - Chance and Risk CLOUD will enable and enforce broad usage of crypto-based services – eID and access control – storage and confidentiality of data – standard security for all at the same time knowledge and with this awareness will be lowered at the users sideCloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  18. 18. possible approach / requirements for Austria (1) pilot and analyse cloud projects (‚FRCC/BLSG‘) – exchange of information and experience – Studying and experimenting on cloud solutions e.g. eID SSO etc. ‚Cloud-compliant application‘ – develop new applications cloud ready – establishment of criteria, what defines "cloud compliant“ suitability criteria for cloud – definition of suitable criteria for applications for assessing which cloud model they fit Cloud standards – definition of standard requirements for Cloud Providers – definition of a standard process model in the implementation of cloud applicationsCloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013 35 |
  19. 19. possible approach / requirements for Austria (2) Cloud assessment – definition of criteria catalogue and development of models for assessment Cloud sustainability and openness – implement applications in the cloud so that migration is defined / assessed and / or service for alternative cloud is feasible (service runs at two different cloud providers) Cloud in the administration – evaluation and assessment of one / several government cloud(s) for Austria and across borders Cloud – next steps: – identify potential services, pilot them, learn, share, … – European Cloud Partnership (ECP)Cloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013 36 |
  20. 20. www.oasis-open.orgConclusions  Cloud Computing on ICT-strategy//E- Government “radar”  Promises of cost reductions  thus might assist getting efficiency gains  Legal, technical, organizational issues  Citizen’s personal data in transactional services  May not interfere with citizen fundamental rights  Challenging with current public cloud contracts  Standards ….  Quality eID in the Cloud to be addressed Cloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  21. 21. www.oasis-open.orgCongratulations to EGC / MD ….  Wow, cool stuff ….  Project = result!  Collaboration  … Cloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  22. 22. Cloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013
  23. 23. Cloud Computing / AustriaThank you!Peter ReichstädterFederal Chancellery of AustriaBallhausplatz 2Wien, ViennaA-1014 Februar 2011Phone: +43 53115 7477peter.reichstaedter@bka.gv.atCloud Computing Austria | 14.02.2013

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