Government
Doing More With Less (sic)



         eGovernment Symposium
                   October 2010


              eG...
eGovernment Symposium
DOING MORE WITH LESS




      eGovernment Symposium
eGovernment Symposium
DOING MORE WITH LESS




      eGovernment Symposium
LESS WHAT?
l   Less MONEY

l   Less PEOPLE

l   Less CAPABILITY

l   Less TIME


                  eGovernment Symposium
REALITY?
l   Less with Less

l   The Same with Less

l   Different with Less

l   Better with Less


                     ...
eGovernment Sequence
l   Early 2008 – PAC hearing on eGovernment Report from
    C&AG
l   Spring 2008 – Dáil Debates resul...
eGovernment Sequence (cont’d)
l   CMOD Website with Definitions, Planning Advice
    Notes, etc.. put in place for public ...
eGovernment Strategy
l   Acknowledges the significant amount of
    information and services that are available
    online...
eGovernment Goal #1
          Enhanced Information Provision

 Information about all services (in terms of how they work,
...
eGovernment Goal #2
   Enhanced Electronic Delivery of Services

 The online delivery of all services by all public
 bodie...
eGovernment Goal #3
       Enhanced Use of Shared Approaches

 The public service will seek to make as much use as is feas...
Barriers
l   Legal, International, Eligibility and Anti-Fraud Obligations
    l   Good quality authentication of applicant...
Approaches
l   Partial online completion – transaction slip
l   Use central online identity authentication facility
l   Re...
Further Phases
l   eGovernment Strategy 2010 = Phase 1
l   Phase 2 = Publishing Public Data
l   Phase 3 = Virtual Integrat...
Central Activities
l   Death Events Publication System

l   Identity Management Solution – successfully piloted –
    exam...
Outcomes
l   EU eGovernment Benchmarking
    l   Ireland has moved from 17th in EU to joint 7th
    l   Sophistication of ...
Outcomes
l   New Services Available (sample)
    l   1901 and 1911 Census
    l   Non Principal Private Residence Charge
 ...
Outcomes
l   Coming Soon over 2011 (sample)
    l   Suite of Social Welfare Schemes Online
        l   Online Job Seekers ...
Cloud & Green Computing
l   Doing considerable work in exploring potential of cloud
    computing for the Irish public ser...
Government
Doing BETTER With Less



       eGovernment Symposium
                 October 2010


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Tim Duggan, CMOD - Doing More with Less

  1. 1. Government Doing More With Less (sic) eGovernment Symposium October 2010 eGovernment Symposium
  2. 2. eGovernment Symposium
  3. 3. DOING MORE WITH LESS eGovernment Symposium
  4. 4. eGovernment Symposium
  5. 5. DOING MORE WITH LESS eGovernment Symposium
  6. 6. LESS WHAT? l Less MONEY l Less PEOPLE l Less CAPABILITY l Less TIME eGovernment Symposium
  7. 7. REALITY? l Less with Less l The Same with Less l Different with Less l Better with Less eGovernment Symposium
  8. 8. eGovernment Sequence l Early 2008 – PAC hearing on eGovernment Report from C&AG l Spring 2008 – Dáil Debates resulting in Joint Dáil Motion setting priorities l May 2008 - Brian Cowen becomes Taoiseach and highlights importance in inaugural speech l D/Finance given central responsibility for policy, coordination and common solutions l Summer 2008 – Govt. Decision prioritising services included in EU eGovt. Benchmarks and in Dáil Joint Motion l Regular progress monitoring & reporting put in place eGovernment Symposium
  9. 9. eGovernment Sequence (cont’d) l CMOD Website with Definitions, Planning Advice Notes, etc.. put in place for public bodies l Circular 6/09 issued in March 2009 l 1st Progress Report to Govt in March/April 2009 l 2nd Progress Report to Govt in Oct/Nov 2009 l Report included first version of eGovt. Rolling Programme l eGovt. Strategy 2010 agreed by Cabinet Committee on TPS in Dec 2009 eGovernment Symposium
  10. 10. eGovernment Strategy l Acknowledges the significant amount of information and services that are available online l Acknowledges that most of those services easily amenable to online provision have been delivered l Details the Government’s goals for the next phase of eGovernment development eGovernment Symposium
  11. 11. eGovernment Goal #1 Enhanced Information Provision Information about all services (in terms of how they work, availability, access, eligibility, and costs) will be improved. This improvement will be in terms of its quality, i.e., written in such a way that it is easy to understand and in such a way that it provides full details about the service, including examples and Frequently Asked Questions where appropriate. The improvement will also be in terms of provision over as many channels as are appropriate such as the web, through mobile phones/technologies, and by intermediaries. eGovernment Symposium
  12. 12. eGovernment Goal #2 Enhanced Electronic Delivery of Services The online delivery of all services by all public bodies will be improved and every effort will be made to eliminate the need for non-online channels. Public bodies will endeavour to ensure that their services are as amenable to self-service as possible, and in this way, will strive to reduce staffing requirements by minimising the need for keying-in and validating data, and verifying eligibility. eGovernment Symposium
  13. 13. eGovernment Goal #3 Enhanced Use of Shared Approaches The public service will seek to make as much use as is feasible of shared approaches in the achievement of Goals 1 and 2. In this regard, public bodies will make greater use of centralised process support systems such as identity registration and authentication, means assessment, payments, and forms services, as they become available. Public bodies will seek to aggregate and centralise the delivery of services of the same type which are now distributed across bodies and authorities. eGovernment Symposium
  14. 14. Barriers l Legal, International, Eligibility and Anti-Fraud Obligations l Good quality authentication of applicants l Substantial supporting or original documentation l Means Testing l Statutory Declarations or Affidavits l Photos or other Biometrics l Police/Immigration Checks l Business Process Improvement Analysis l Identify how risk could be redefined l Identify capacity for legislative change l Identify BPR exercises needed l Identify Staffing implications l Identify implementation and operations l Internal capability issues – costs of outsourcing eGovernment Symposium
  15. 15. Approaches l Partial online completion – transaction slip l Use central online identity authentication facility l Re-engineer renewal aspects l Develop online booking systems l Examine potential for using tamper-proof electronic documents l Aggregate currently distributed services l Move exclusively to online delivery for high-value services provided through intermediaries l Online integration l Centralised and templated approaches for services of similar type l Deepen quality of information with links to maps, geocodes and directories eGovernment Symposium
  16. 16. Further Phases l eGovernment Strategy 2010 = Phase 1 l Phase 2 = Publishing Public Data l Phase 3 = Virtual Integration of Services l Phase 4 = Online Consultation/Collaboration l Not a sequential phasing l Activity/pilots happening in all areas already l Strategy documents will seek to identify principles and guidance eGovernment Symposium
  17. 17. Central Activities l Death Events Publication System l Identity Management Solution – successfully piloted – examining appropriate legislative basis l Data quality l Control applications l Niche applications l Online identity authentication l PPSN validation l ePayments l Citizens Information Board and D/Finance working together to put in place a single portal to Govt. information, services and location information eGovernment Symposium
  18. 18. Outcomes l EU eGovernment Benchmarking l Ireland has moved from 17th in EU to joint 7th l Sophistication of services increased from 83% to 93% - possibly to 96-97% in next round l eProcurement among the best in Europe l Well above average for customer satisfaction eGovernment Symposium
  19. 19. Outcomes l New Services Available (sample) l 1901 and 1911 Census l Non Principal Private Residence Charge l Life Event Certificates l Higher Education Grants l Medical Card Applications l Online Application for Child Benefit (1st Child) l Declaration of Theft to Garda l Passport Reminder Service l Driving Licence Reminder Service l Travel Registration l Court Fines l Paying stamp duty on property l Discharging mortgages on property title l ANPR – An Garda Síochána l Practical help for people dealing with financial problems l www.losingyourjob.ie l www.keepingyourhome.ie eGovernment Symposium
  20. 20. Outcomes l Coming Soon over 2011 (sample) l Suite of Social Welfare Schemes Online l Online Job Seekers Benefit and Allowance l Online certification for Jobseekers l Mobile certification for Jobseekers l Online claiming for State Pension (Non-Contributory) l Online Claiming for Carer’s Allowance l Online Access to Social Insurance Record l Online PRSI Refunds l JobSeeker Activation l JobSeeker Profiling Information Capture l Means Object l Public Services Card l Transport l Real Time Passenger Information l Online Road Transport Operators Licence Application eGovernment Symposium
  21. 21. Cloud & Green Computing l Doing considerable work in exploring potential of cloud computing for the Irish public service l Technologies – Capability and Openness l Security – need for Government platforms l Maturity, Reliability and Performance l Service Level Agreements – Legal Liability l Commercial Terms – Costs and Forecasting l Deployment Models l Ownership, Management and Operation Models l Working with SEAI to produce guidance on power containment l Great deal of data centre sharing already taking place l Exploring potential for low-cost containers with low-cost cooling solutions for hosting eGovernment Symposium
  22. 22. Government Doing BETTER With Less eGovernment Symposium October 2010 eGovernment Symposium
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