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Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project
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Austrian experiences in e-gov by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria, We-Go Project

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Presentation by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria at the third International Conference e-Society.Mk: Austrian experiences in e-gov, December 1, 2007, Skopje Macedonia

Presentation by Mr. Peter Sonntagbauer, Federal Computing Centre Austria at the third International Conference e-Society.Mk: Austrian experiences in e-gov, December 1, 2007, Skopje Macedonia

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    • 1. Enhancing Western Balkan eGovernment Expertise „ We-Go“ Contributions for Macedonia Dr. Peter Sonntagbauer Federal Computing Center (BRZ) [email_address] „ We-Go“
    • 2. The Federal Computing Center
      • Outsourced from Ministry of Finance in 1996
      • Shares held by the Republic of Austria (BMF)
      • IT-Provider and Competence Center for the Austrian government and agencies
      • Operating more than 1.200 local networks for about 56.000 clients in more than 320 applications and solutions for various ministries and administrative departments.
      • 450 employees in 1997, currently around 1000
      The Federal Computing Center (BRZ) is a company owned by the Austrian Government .
    • 3. “ Cooperation as a major success factor” Cooperation and coordination is a key success factor Why ? a) benefit from the experiences (success and mistakes) of others b) on the local level it is important to reach a consensus
    • 4. observing cooperation among the federal levels is crucial  about 70% of administration is NOT at federal level  the way of working together has a top priority to be successful ICT in the public sector is like a large vessel – it needs clear decisions quite ahead before real movement can be planned Working together - Digital Austria
    • 5.
      • eGovernment Act  legal basis
      • Citizen Card Function  eID for all (World eID Award)
      • Electronic delivery
      • HELP.gv.at  virtual guide on all authorities (eEurope Award)
      • Electronic register of residence (EU Best Practice Award)
      • Electronic land register (EU Best Practice Award)
      • Electronic firm register (EU Best Practice Award)
      • Electronic register of buildings, dwellings and addresses
      • One electronic file system in all ministries (EU Best Practice Award)
      • E-Health, E-Payment, E-Billing, E-Procurement, E-Banking
      • Tax online (EU Best Practice Award)
      • E-Justice, E-Law (UN Award)
      • … ..
      • One strategy and unique standards at federal, national and local areas including industry
      Austrian Key Applications
    • 6. Austria Cooperation and consensus was a key success factor to reach the top
    • 7. People - Process - Technology “ Soft Factors”
    • 8. “ What can WeGo do for Macedonia ? ” The WeGo project aims at a) Know-How Transfer & exchange of experiences b) Establishing international cooperation ... to make sure Macedonia can quickly advance in e-Government
    • 9. Your EU Partners 8 EU Partner from 3 Countries all of them top ranked in the most recent eGov benchmark by Cap Gemini September 2007 Austria #1 (2nd time), Slovenia and Estonia as „fast movers“
    • 10. WeGo Package
    • 11. “ We-Go” Project Components
      • Networking of scientific, technological and governmental experts and coordinating an “Interoperability Framework”
      • Assessing application domains and running demonstrations based on “EU Good Practices” and capitalising from the embedded know-how of successful implementations
      • Building capacity, expertise and skills of human resources – establishment of “We-Go Academies”
      • Assuring sustainability of coordination and initiating a ”Knowledge Net”
      • Attracting and committing public, private and NGO stakeholders to participate in the dissemination activities
    • 12. eGovernment – the future
      • Trends
      • Harmonization of procedures, data formats, etc. within the EU and beyond
      • Transnational exchange of data
      • Examples: eID-project, e-Procurement project
      Harmonization WeGo is contributing to the future of eGovernment
    • 13. eGovernment – the future
    • 14. Cooperation and coordination
      • Exploit the benefits of cooperation and coordination
        • In Macedonia through coordination between all key players
        • Internationally through cooperation with other countries
    • 15. „ We-Go“
      • The „We-Go“ Team is full of energy
      • Thank you for your attention and support !
      • Contact:
      • Peter Sonntagbauer:
      • [email_address]

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