Experiences from Building e-Government Public Private Partnerships in Macedonia by Mr. Vasko Kronevski, MASIT
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Presentation by Mr. Vasko Kronevski, MASIT at the third International Conference e-Society.Mk: Experiences from Building e-Government Public Private Partnerships in Macedonia, December 1, 2007, Skopje ...

Presentation by Mr. Vasko Kronevski, MASIT at the third International Conference e-Society.Mk: Experiences from Building e-Government Public Private Partnerships in Macedonia, December 1, 2007, Skopje Macedonia

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Experiences from Building e-Government Public Private Partnerships in Macedonia by Mr. Vasko Kronevski, MASIT Presentation Transcript

  • 1.
    • Public private partnerships in ICT
    • Vasko Kronevski
    • MASIT, President
    www.e-society.org.mk
  • 2. Public-private partnership ( PPP ) in ICT
    • Public-private partnership ( PPP ) describes a government service or private business venture which is funded and operated through a partnership of government and one or more private sector companies.
  • 3. Why PPPs
    • We are lagging behind in spending in ICT infrastructure, ICT in pubic services, ICT research, well behind both EU and candidate countries
    • boost the economy for the minimum amount of public money
  • 4. The public side
    • Other stakeholders in supporting Public-Private Partnership with Government
    • NGO’s
    • Universities
  • 5. Examples of PPPs
    • Digital certifications authorities
    • Online service delivery (portals, …)
    • Call centers
    • Public parking systems
    • Co-investment in R&D for strategic services (health, defense, education)
  • 6. Benefits to Government
    • Minimizing financial outgo
    • Better liquidity
    • Protection against technology obsolescence
    • Speedier implementation of e-Government projects
    • Efficiencies in management
    • Better image
  • 7. Benefits of citizens/business
    • Easy access to services
    • Single window/one-stop shop
    • 24x7 convenience
    • Flexibility in the choice of access methods and devices
    • Saving of indirect cost and hardship
  • 8. Benefits to the private sector
    • Reliable streams of revenue
    • Low risk
    • Creation of employment in the development, implementation and delivery
    • Capturing business from related sectors (wider market initiatives)
  • 9. IT Cluster Competitiveness FACTORS & ACTION PLAN (MASIT, October 2006)
    • Extract of MASIT action plan for improving Cluster Competitiveness
    • IT HUMAN CAPITAL UPGRADE INCREASING IT FACULTIES QUOTAS, IT QUALIFICATION PROGRAMS FOR UNEMPLOYED & ECDL INTRODUCTION
    • EXPAND THE IT CLUSTER BY EXPORT PROMOTION S/W EXPORT GUARANTEE FUND, S/W EXPORT PROCESSING ZONE
    • IMPROVING INFRASTRUCTURE, REGULATIONS & POLICIES ICT PUBLIC PROCUREMENT PILOT PROJECT, LABOR BENCHMARK
  • 10. ICT Industry & GOVERNMENT potential partnerships
    • Extract from Government Economic Growth Program Support ( 10 goals):
    • Vardar Silicone Valley – focus on investments in IT, FDIs only by Fortune 500?
    • Team Macedonia – ICT part of the team for attracting FDIs?
    • Investment Consulting – ICT industry analysis, top multinational consulting company to foster the ICT industry competitiveness (EUR 9M)?
    • Е quity Funds & No Barriers for Good Ideas – one for agriculture, the other for the ICT industry (EUR 5M)?
    • MASIT – part of all ICT regulatory bodies and new Ministry of ICT & supported by all appropriate public administration institutions – STRATEGIC PARTNER ?
  • 11. Vardar Silicone Valley Macedonian ICT Center of Excellence
      • Macedonian ICT Center of Excellence (supported by USAID & Israeli consultants), by partnering with leading Macedonian ICT companies & international financial institutions who already voiced their readiness to participate in the initiative WE WELCOME THE GOVERNMENT TO SUPPORT THE INITIATIVE
      • MASIT is going to reach a consensus which is a realistic figure to become an important party in the future GDP in Macedonia
      • MASIT is going to support one home base industry/cluster that needs ICT capabilities to provide agility, modernization and profitability, and in the same time enabling the export (ex. Agriculture, Tourism…)
  • 12. Recommendations
    • Identifying and inform raise awareness public and private sector policy makers
    • Identify factors shaping successful information society partnerships between business, government, the public sector and civil society
    • Develop national program for support of PPPs
    • Publicly recognize successful PPPs
    www.e-society.org.mk
  • 13. Recommendations
    • Common identification of potential Public Private Partnerships in e-Government
    • Building Digital Opportunities Through Public/Private Partnership ... of ICTs in Various Sectors (e.g., Health, Education, Finance, Government, Commerce…)
    • Joint investments in domestic ICT research initiatives in strategic industries
    • ICT to improve sectors competitiveness (incentive support for introduction of ICT in strategic industries)
    www.e-society.org.mk
  • 14.
    • Mr. Vasko Kronevski – MASIT, President [email_address]
    • Mr. Ivan Mitrevski – MASIT, Executive Director
    • mitrevski@masit.org.mk
    • Ms. Anita Nikova, - Project Coordinator anita@masit.org.mk
    • Phone number: + 389 2 3238 601
    • Fax Number: + 389 2 3244 012
    • St. Dimitrie Cupovski 13, Skopje
    • Republic of Macedonia