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IDABC OSS Badajóz event

IDABC OSS Badajóz event
8th February 2007
Alexis Monville
Strategic Plan Manager
Directorate General for State Modernisation
Ministry for Economy, Finance and Industry

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    • AdmiSource french e-government forge IDABC OSS Badajóz event 8th February 2007 Alexis Monville Strategic Plan Manager Directorate General for State Modernisation Ministry for Economy, Finance and Industry France
    • A new momentum for state modernisation
      • Harmonising actions linked to state reform
        • Jean-François Copé, minister for budget and state modernisation, has defined a strategy for state modernisation, to set off a continuous process of transformation for the benefit of users, taxpayers and civil servants.
        • Creation of the Directorate General for State Modernisation (DGME) at the Ministry of Economy, Finance and Industry. This directorate has an interministerial vocation.
      • Public management modernisation and modernisation audit programmes
      • Administrative simplification, better regulation, service quality
      • E-government master plan and new online services
    • Modernisation levers € OECD defined e-government as: "The use of information and communication technologies, and particularly the Internet, as a tool to achieve better government."
    • ADELE Principles
      • Simplifying relations between citizens and government services
        • Developing services, platforms, software
        • For all audiences: individuals, companies, local authorities
        • A multi-channel strategy: Internet, telephone, kiosks, interactive terminals
      • Raising the profile of public employees
        • Accelerating the roll-out of information and communication technologies
        • Eliminating repetitive tasks and optimising processes
      • Coordinating between government departments
        • Designing organisational systems: development plan, reference systems, best practices, methods
        • Improving collaboration and communication between government services
      • Optimising the cost to the state
        • Delivering cost savings for the government services
    • Players Business IT services
    • Domains of action mutualisation usages Business IT Services
    • ADELE’s tools
      • Sharing and cooperative services knows as ADELE’s tools have been setting up to support the Initiative’s organisation:
      • Ateliers (Workshops) – ADELE’s Community first came in 2004, https:// ateliers.adele.gouv.fr
      • AdmiSource – ADELE’s Forge, a development and download repository of Open Source code and applications opens in mid-2005 : http:// admisource.gouv.fr
      • Synergies – ADELE’s Resources, a Networking service opened in octobre 2006 http:// synergies.adele.gouv.fr
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    • Open standards preferred
      • The promotion of common norms and standards: the General Interoperability Framework (RGI which stands for Référentiel Général d’Intéropérabilité), General Accessibility Framework (RGA which stands for Référentiel Général d'Accessibilité) and the General Security Framework (RGS which stands for Référentiel Général de Sécurité).
      • As an example:
        • It will be required for public services to accept the Open Document Format promoted by ODF Alliance (ISO26300)
        • The ODF Format should be used for editable office documents by Administration
        • Public services must not migrate from their current editable office documents to another format than Open Document Format.
    • Open Source Software usage
      • The Administration uses Open source software in three different ways:
      • Use of generic open source software:
        • OpenOffice.org: the office suite. Already 400.000 workstations equipped
        • Linux: mainly on servers, Announcement of the migration of the parliament for 2007
        • Apache : http server
        • Jonas: Application Server promoted by Objectweb
      • Contribute to an existing open source project:
        • OCSInventory: a computer inventory system
        • GPLI: an asset management software
        • Gantt Project : as part as a project management solution
        • CybEO : e-learning platform The agency bought the solution and published it under the open source license Cecill
      • Develop specific software and publish under an open source software license.
        • E-mail management system specifically design for the needs of Administration (Réponse en ligne)
    • is it really working?
    • yes, but...
    • 23 projects in
    • thousands out
    • What prevents people and organisations from sharing?
    • time
    • cost
    • quality
    • legal
    • good reasons?
    • and if it fails, they are alone...
    • OSOR can help!
    • Thank you!
    • Alexis Monville
      • E-government Strategic Plan Manager Directorate general for the State modernisation Ministry for Economy, Finance and Industry
      • Email: [email_address]
      • Phone: +33 1 53 18 35 76
      • Internet:
        • http://www.modernisation.gouv.fr
        • http://synergies.modernisation.gouv.fr
      • Bio
        • Alexis Monville (27th December 1968), French, mechanical engineer, e-government Strategic Plan Manager at Directorate general for state modernisation (Direction générale de la modernisation de l'Etat: DGME) of the Ministère de l'Économie, des Finances et de l'Industrie. Alexis was Project Director for the GIP MDS [modernisation of declarations to welfare agencies] which promoted the Internet portal net-entreprises.fr. Before joining the public service, Alexis worked as a Freelance IT Consultant (2000-2003). He was previously Operations Director of a European Internet Hosting Company he had co-founded.
        • http://monville.com/alexis