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  • One Government, One Network – Understanding the Vision & how it Affects you. Gerald C. Ilukwe Managing Director/Chief Executive Galaxy Backbone Plc
  • Government is a Pyramid…. The Presidency Ministries and Extra-ministerial agencies Commissions, Departments and Agencies
  • …Driven by the Budget TABLE OF CONTENTS S/N SECTOR/MINISTRY Page 1 REVENUE FRAMEWORK i-v 2 STATUTORY TRANSFERS AND DEBT SERVICE 3 PRESIDENCY 1 4 OFFICE OF THE SECRETARY TO THE GOVERNMENT OF THE FEDERATION (SGF) 8 7 POLICE FORMATIONS AND COMMAND 24 8 WOMEN AFFAIRS 28 9 AGRICULTURE AND WATER RESOURCES 31 10 AUDITOR-GENERAL FOR THE FEDERATION 90 11 INDEPENDENT CORRUPT PRACTICES AND RELATED OFFENCES COMMISSION 93 12 DEFENCE/MOD/ARMY/AIR FORCE/NAVY 95 13 EDUCATION 115 14 FEDERAL CAPITAL TERRITORY ADMINISTRATION 226 15 FOREIGN AND INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS 227 16 FINANCE 329 17 HEALTH 335 18 COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 380 19 INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATIONS 388 20 INTERIOR 394 21 OFFICE OF THE HEAD OF SERVICE OF THE FEDERATION 406 22 JUSTICE 410 23 LABOUR AND PRODUCTIVITY 416 24 POWER 420 25 SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY 444 26 TRANSPORT 466 27 PETROLEUM RESOURCES 470 28 WORKS, HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT 475 29 MINES AND STEEL DEVELOPMENT 502 30 AVIATION 507 31 NATIONAL SALARIES, INCOMES AND WAGES COMMISSION 512 32 ENVIRONMENT 514 33 CULTURE AND NOA 524 34 NATIONAL PLANNING COMMISSION 539 35 NATIONAL SPORTS COMMISSION 543 36 OFFICE OF THE NATIONAL SECURITY ADVISER 548 37 NIGER-DELTA 549 38 NATIONAL POPULATION COMMISSION 554 39 CODE OF CONDUCT BUREAU 556 40 CODE OF CONDUCT TRIBUNAL 558 44 POLICE SERVICE COMMISSSION 566 45 INEC 568 46 FEDERAL CHARACTER COMMISSION 570 47 FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY COMMISSION 572 56 CONSOLIDTED REVENUE FUND (CRF) 584 SERVICE WIDE VOTES 584 CAPITAL SUPPLEMENTATION 585 SPECIAL CONSTITUENCY PROJECTS 586
  • Budget in Transition: From 2008 2008 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA APPROPRIATION 2008 BUDGET =N= TOTAL MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE 13,698,308,248 MINISTRY OF INDUSTRY AND COMMERCE TOTAL ALLOCATION: 4,588,378,712 Classification No. EXPENDITURE ITEMS 037000001100001 TOTAL PERSONNEL COST 1,898,359,491 037000001100010 SALARY & WAGES - GENERAL 1,690,797,466 037000001100011 CONSOLIDATED SALARY 1,690,797,466 037000002000100 TOTAL GOODS AND NON - PERSONAL SERVICES - 1,410,019,221 037000002050110 GENERAL& TRANSPORT - GENERAL TRAVELS 166,000,000 037000002050111 LOCAL TRAVELS & TRANSPORT 70,000,000 037000002050112 INTERNATIONAL TRAVELS & TRANSPORT 96,000,000 037000002060120 TRAVELS & TRANSPORT (TRAINING) - GENERAL 22,425,000 037000002060121 LOCAL TRAVELS & TRANSPORT 10,425,000 037000002060122 INTERNATIONAL TRAVELS & TRANSPORT 12,000,000 037000002100200 UTILITIES - GENERAL 48,757,000 037000002100201 ELECTRICITY CHARGES 29,000,000 037000002100202 TELEPHONE CHARGES 10,080,000 037000002100205 WATER RATES 4,025,000 037000002100206 SEWAGE CHARGES 3,027,000 037000002100207 INTERNET ACCESS CHARGES 2,625,000
  • Budget in Transition: To 2009 2009 FEDERAL GOVERNMENT OF NIGERIA APPROPRIATIONS 2009 BUDGET =N= 037 TOTAL: MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY 11,646,262,416 0370000 MINISTRY OF COMMERCE AND INDUSTRY TOTAL ALLOCATION: 4,230,593,562 Classification No. EXPENDITURE ITEMS 037000007000001 TOTAL PERSONNEL COST 1,881,885,821 037000007000010 SALARY & WAGES - GENERAL 1,675,300,091 037000007000011 CONSOLIDATED SALARY 1,675,300,091 037000007000030 SOCIAL CONTRIBUTION 206,585,730 037000007000031 NHIS 82,634,292 037000007000032 PENSION 123,951,438 TOTAL GOODS AND NON - PERSONAL SERVICES - 037000007001401 GENERAL 783,580,515 037000002100200 UTILITIES - GENERAL 52,279,809 037000002100201 ELECTRICITY CHARGES 28,147,809 037000002100202 TELEPHONE CHARGES 14,080,000 037000002100203 INTERNET ACCESS CHARGES 0
  • Budget in Transition: Replace with Bulk Procurement 0990000 SERVICE WIDE VOTES TOTAL ALLOCATION: 246,100,188,527 ARREARS OF PAYG PENSION 11,002,226,196 GROUP INSURANCE SCHEME 2,000,000,000 IPPIS (OAGF AND HEAD OF SERVICE) 3,600,000,000 PAYMENT INTO THE REDEMPTION FUND 35,350,000,000 IMPLEMENTATION OF TEACHERS' SALARY STRUCTURE 781,000,000 0990000 CAPITAL SUPPLEMENTATION TOTAL ALLOCATION: 79,600,000,000 099 CAPITAL SUPPLEMENTATION QUICK WINS (2008) 19,700,000,000 QUICK WINS (2009) SENATE 5,450,000,000 HOUSE 11,520,000,000 CONSULT 530,000,000 SUB TOTAL: QUICK WINS (2009) 17,500,000,000 CONDITIONAL GRANTS AND SOCIAL SAFETY NETS (MDGS) 32,600,000,000 MILLENIUM DEVELOPMENT GOALS MONITORING AND EVALUATION (OSSAP) 2,000,000,000 PROVISION OF INFRASTRUCTURE, BANDWITH AND CONNECTIVITY BY GALAXY BACKBONE PLC 2,700,000,000
  • One Government, One Network  Major Imperatives – Costs – Sustainability – Security – Interoperability – Human Capacity – Government Reform
  • The Internet Age Challenge For Governments
  • Galaxy Backbone: The Mandate  Build and operate a single nationwide network to deliver network and internet connectivity to all Government MDAs.  Be the provider of all internet bandwidth and space segment (satellite) to all Government MDAs.  Be the provider of transversal infrastructure and services to all Federal Government MDAs, e.g. manage Government Data Centers and databases, Identity Management, IP-telephony and other solutions.  Leverage the capacity of the network to provide connectivity and internet access to rural and underserved communities.  Leverage the capacity of the network to provide connectivity and internet access to 3rd party customers.
  • benefits Availability of skilled manpower to manage ICT facilities and services across government. Common platform for addressing the connectivity and other technology imperatives of Provision of the technology platform to Government MDAs. support Government’s reform program to improve cohesion and efficiency. Achievement of significant cost savings through economies of scale. Target is Single network platform provides $70m per year. Government with secure and reliable network connectivity that can be managed and monitored from a single point. Sustainability, sustainability, sustainability!!!
  • 1-Gov.net  Symbolizes a single pervasive ICT infrastructure platform government (1-GOV) supporting open IP technologies (.net)  Platform for e-Government programs  Comprises technologies, standards and processes that drive consistency, reliability and inter-operability  Enables Open Access architecture where services can be regarded separately from underlying physical infrastructure
  • Scope of Network Services Galaxy’s approach to fulfilling its mandate can be viewed as a concentric build up of a common platform for development and good governance. Support Digital Inclusion for all Common ICT Platform For Development local communities and extend services the Sub- region Connect Government at 1-GoV.net all levels in Nigeria Connect all MDAs in the FCT (MAN, WAN) Network Federal Secretariat Complexes (LAN, MAN)
  • Services Provided  Enterprise Application Hosting  Data Center Services – Server Hosting – Business Continuity Services – Disaster Recovery  Implement, maintain and operate wide area networks  Provision of Internet Services  Provision of network management services  Provision of specialist LAN support to regions  Provision of operational security services
  • Current Challenges • Uncoordinated patch work of local area networks with varying levels of functionality • Only 30% proper coverage of all offices within the complexes • ZERO cross functional connectivity (i.e - connections between MDAs housed in the complexes) • ZERO cross functional connectivity between Federal Secretariat complexes and Secretariats at the states or geo-political zones • Multiple and separate internet connections operated and managed by multiple vendors within Federal Secretariat alone leading to wasteful multiple procurement, fiscal accountability and supplier management processes • Uncoordinated service delivery and support, training of manpower and capacity planning • ZERO network and Information Security and too many loopholes (over 60) for cyber attacks to steal or tamper with Government information
  • The Solution: 1-Gov.net Main Secretariat Internet OSGF Science & Tech. SAT 3 Police Affairs IP Inf. & Comms. Federal Secretariat Complexes in FCT Abuja VPN etc. Phase 2 Head of Service Galaxy Nat’l Computing Centre, Internet Phase 3 Gateway, MDA Offices in Fiber & Wireless Education VSAT Hubs States Connectivity Health Secretariats at state Old Secretariat capitals Interior Agriculture etc. Other MDAs in FCT
  • Galaxy Backbone Platform Architecture Rural Development Financial Services e-Gov Solutions. National Id Mgt. System Hosted Services National Payroll Tax Services Others Function Specific Solutions and Services Email e-Forms Financial Security Server mgt. Security Identity Mgt. Proc. Mgt. Legacy Others User/Pltfm Mgt. Others Shared Services Databases Management Services Government Data Center User Devices (Desktop/Laptop/PPC) Networks (LAN/MAN/WAN/VPN) Servers/Platforms Physical Links (Fiber-optics, VSAT, Micro-wave) Infrastructure
  • One Platform : Threat or Opportunity Currently processing over N2bn worth of contracts to be awarded to private companies for provision of infrastructure and services to FG MDAs Partnering with private companies to deliver integrated solutions through our Hosted Services model – Inspired Technologies, Skye Bank, etc. Providing Consulting Services to FG MDAs for projects awarded to private companies; from Vendor Selection through Project Management to Quality Assurance • Supporting genuine and professional ICT companies as SPs/SIs to FG MDAs Galaxy is careful not to invest in infrastructure in locations already covered by private sector, rather we’ll lease or buy capacity
  • The Evolution of Opportunities in the Public Sector  Private Sector companies should move up on the value chain; commodity and middle-man business will end.  Data and network security guidelines must be implemented.  Interoperability is key to the development of electronic Governance.  Nationwide rollout of NICEP project, so no need to duplicate VSAT infrastructure. Over 1400 site implemented.  The 1-Gov.net platform provides an opportunity for Private Sector driven e-Government services. – Socketworks – Iris Technologies – CHAMS – Etc.
  • Thank You