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  1. 1. 29.09.2011 ON-LINE GOVERNMENT IN COLOMBIA COORDINATION AND MANAGING FRANCISCO CAMARGO SALAS Online Government Program ManagerCONTENT STRATEGY ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROGRESS Context Integrated Access Point Vision and objetives E-procurement System International environment Examples of online procedures and services Colombia in the global ranking of e-gov Local environment CONCLUSIONS Key successful factors Government Online Goals Curren status Maturity model of Government Online 1
  2. 2. 29.09.2011CONTENIDO STRATEGY Context Vision and objetives International environment Colombia in the global ranking of e-gov Local environment Key successful factors Curren status Maturity model of Government Online Colombia 2
  3. 3. 29.09.2011COLOMBIADigital Living PlanThe main objective of the plan is to promote the massification of the use of Internet in the country Increase by 4 times the number of Internet connections Municipalities connected via optical fiber networks 3
  4. 4. 29.09.2011 Digital Ecosystem -2014 Supply Infraestructure All Colombians have at least one connectivity solution thanks to a modern information superhighway Users Services Reduce the digital gap Digital Colombians have access to a in Colombia through training and competitive offer of services with ownership of ICT Ecosystem the latest technology Applications The Colombians have an easier and more productive lives thanks to a wide range of applications and digital content Demand Source : World Bank “Building broadband: Strategies and policies for the developing world”, January 2010 VISION AND OBJETIVES THE STATE BUILT BY AND FOR THE PROSPERITY OF THE COLOMBIANS THROUGH THE USE OF ICTGENERAL PURPOSE Online Government is a Strategy of the National Government, led by the Ministry of Information and Communications Technologies that contributes on building a more efficient, transparent and participative Government, which collaborates with the whole society to provide better services by taking advantage of ICT.SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES To drive efficiency and To Strengthen the To promote citizencollaboration across and To contribute to the conditions to raise participation and between all Government increase of transparency competitiveness engagement agencies, as well as in public management and improve by the use of ICT society as a whole quality of life 4
  5. 5. 29.09.2011 ONLINE GOVERNMENT ECOSYSTEM Content authoring and take-up Provides technological assets Training and coaching of public officials Connectivity at public institutions and homes (in Incentives to third parties for development of Infrastructure sync with Vive Digital) services, and to citizens for collective Public institutions back-office construction Open IT User training and coaching (synergy Vive Interoperability Platform Digital) Multichannel Government DEMAND People Online Processes SUPPLY Organize the offer of data and Generate demand servicesOnline procedures Information ManagementOpen market for added-value online services (in Applications Public policies and regulationsync with Vive Digital)e-Participation & e-DemocracyProcurement In sync with Vive Digital, 2010 INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENT UN report No. 1 Regionwide No. 1 of Regionwide No. 9 worldwide In e-participation In e-gov In e-services 1 2010 1 2010 1 2010 20 No. 26 World 20 No. 31 World 20 No. 9 World No. 1 LATAM No. 1 LATAM No. 1 LATAM 40 40 40 60 60 60 2003 80 80 2003 80 No. 54 world 2003 No. 57 world No. 10 LATAM 100 No. 56 World 100 100 No. 7 LATAM No. 12 LATAM 120 120 120 140 140 140 160 160 160 180 180 180 5
  6. 6. 29.09.2011COLOMBIA IN THE E-GOVERNMENT INDEX E-GOVERNMENT INDEX World LatamCOLOMBIA IN THE E-GOVERNMENT INDEX E-GOVERNMENT INDEX WORLD LATAM Colombia Suiza 75 (0,242) 1 (0,768) Infraestructure sub-index Colombia Cuba 86 (0,881) 1 (0,993) Human capital subindex Colombia Corea 9 (0,711) 1 (1,000) e-Services subindex Corea Corea USA Australia e-Services subindex components 97% 91% 84% 68% 76% 53% 54% 44% 13 26 4 4 Source: 2010 ONU Report - 192 countries Information Interaction Transaction Conect 6
  7. 7. 29.09.2011 NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT The strategy is part of the National development plan 2010 – 2014 “Prosperity for all” It is a fundamental axis of the plan Articulates with the Governance and Administrative Efficiency Policy It is one of the fundamentals of the ICT Act National Competitiveness Policy - Conpes 3527 de 2008 Online Government Strategy Declaration - Conpes 3650 de 2010 KEY SUCCESS FACTORS Description Issues to note • All government agencies are • 1st country in the region with 100% mayoraltiesHolistic approach Online from 73 to 701 transactions andand work together responsible services online in 2 ½ years • 100% government index in the national Accompaniment • Diagnostics and action plans order consolidated in 2 years • Dissemination and support for serv • 31% to 62% in the use of online services Appropriation ers and citizenship • 130,000 Public servants trained in 2½ years • Standards-based • Government IntranetTraversal solutions solutions for collaboration be • Boarding for the chain model limits tropics (11) tween institutions • Defined interoperability framework for the State • Systemic approach to Monitoring and • Monitoring is made both in the State progress assess progress, evaluation and the perception of citizens use, quality and impact 7
  8. 8. 29.09.2011NATIONAL ENVIRONMENT - COORDINATION Citizens Businesses Status: mistrust and skeptical in Government; resistance to use of ICT; Status: Less procedures and more multiple and changing tastes efficiency Value offer: more and improved online Value offer: Lower transaction times procedures and services; participation and costs; facilitate business and voice in decision-making Government environment processes; support on usage. Online Status: uneven development; limited capabilities; lag in enabling conditions; low data exchange levels Value offer: differentiated strategies; support; open market; promotion of collaboration scenarios Institutions with public duties KEY SUCCESS FACTORS Holistic ApproachThe strategy is based on joint efforts, taking into account that all public administration agencies across the country are responsible for the implementation 8
  9. 9. 29.09.2011 KEY SUCCESS FACTORS Clear method• Decree 1151 of 2008• Online Government Manual Democracy 2010/ 2012• Online Government Committee at Collective construction of policy and decision making each agency Transformation 2010/ 2011 Servicios organizados a partir de las necesidades• Methodologies for diagnosis and action plan Transaction 2009/ 2010 Government Online Products and services• Circulars and the Comptrollers Office Interaction Comunication between agencies and citizens 2008/ 2009• Document of Government Online Policy - CONPES Information Online Information Publication 2008 KEY SUCCESS FACTORS Accompanying public agencies 1103 mayoralties and 32 governors have benefited from the support for the implementation of Information Phase. 100% of the mayoralties website since 2006, a fact that distinguishes Colombia the first Latin American country to have presence on the Internet in all municipalities 9
  10. 10. 29.09.2011 KEY SUCCESS FACTORS Standards-based solutions and cross-collaboration Interoperability Platform •Common language for sharing information •Executed online •Online Reporting •Online Payment •Online Authentication Technological infrastructure •High Speed Network •Data Center •Contact Center KEY SUCCESS FACTORSMonitoring the use, quality and impact • For continuous improvement • To analyze and understand the situation • To compare with this standard, objectives and targets • To provide feedback to stakeholders • MEASURE OFT RESULT AND IMPACTS OF EGOV 2010-2011 10
  11. 11. 29.09.2011CURRENT STATUS High (81-100) Medium (51-80) Low (0-50)Source: Online Government Program –AGO/11 CURRENT STATUS Sector/Rama/Organismo # Índice 2011-2 Información Interacción Transacción Transformación Democracia High (81-100) Economía Solidaria 1 1,000 100% 100% 100% 100% 100% Medium (51-80) Estadística 2 0,987 100% 100% 100% 96% 100% Low (0-50) Educación Nacional 3 0,981 100% 100% 99% 94% 100% Agricultura y Desarrollo Rural 4 0,979 99% 100% 100% 93% 100% Presidencia 5 0,973 100% 100% 100% 91% 100% Planeación 6 0,966 99% 100% 100% 92% 96% Comercio, Industria y Turismo 7 0,960 99% 98% 98% 90% 100% Hacienda y Crédito Público 8 0,956 100% 98% 96% 92% 96% Protección Social 9 0,954 100% 98% 96% 89% 100% Ciencia, Tecnología e Innovación 10 0,952 95% 100% 96% 89% 100% Minas y Energía 11 0,949 100% 98% 96% 91% 95% Ambiente, Vivienda y Des arrollo Territorial 12 0,946 95% 95% 98% 90% 97% Tecnologías de la Información y las Comunicaciones 13 0,937 99% 100% 95% 84% 98% Transporte 14 0,937 98% 97% 95% 86% 100% Función Pública 15 0,905 97% 96% 90% 87% 90% Corporaciones Autónomas Regionales 16 0,904 96% 94% 88% 91% 87% Cultura 17 0,859 99% 92% 78% 86% 85% Seguridad 18 0,813 89% 100% 93% 87% 40% Defensa 19 0,800 97% 94% 88% 65% 73% Relaciones Exteriores 20 0,799 98% 94% 73% 79% 70% Interior y Justicia 21 0,707 95% 84% 66% 64% 64% Organismos de Control 22 0,693 80% 69% 81% 68% 53% Organismos Independientes 23 0,574 78% 59% 81% 52% 25% Rama Judicial 24 0,571 69% 68% 72% 45% 42% Universidades e Institutos 25 0,440 62% 52% 43% 42% 34% Organización Electoral 26 0,421 64% 44% 30% 43% 45% Rama Legislativa 27 0,319 58% 50% 56% 10% 10%Diagnostic at 195 entities from 27 sectors/branches/bodies, Source: Online Government Program –AGO/11 11
  12. 12. 29.09.2011MATURITY MODEL OF ONLINE GOVERNMENT 2010-20119 Continuous Provides Provision of Society isimprovement information and products and built with theConstant innovation in accordance with open public data services based active citizen feedback (not sensitive) in on the citizen participation of all reusable formats Delivery of Advanced needs its parts to the use of Government Is internalized and online products all services offered society and services Basic Understanding organization / offer Enables two-way of first services communication Initial Conditions to enable the component Information Interaction Transaction Transformation Democracy Government as a platformTHEMATIC WITH THE COLABORATION OF THE SOCIETY WITH THE COLABORATION“OUR PRIORITY” COMPONENT NEW ISSUES Information Opening Data Open Gov Access information through multiple channels Usability Transformation Paperless Policy Green IT Cloud Computing by the goverment IT Standards Information Security Open services market Electronic notification Services for vulnerable population Democracy Social control Troubleshooting E-gov to e-governance 12
  13. 13. 29.09.2011 CONTENT ACHIEVEMENTS AND PROGRESS Portal of the Colombian State E-procurement System Examples of online procedures and services PORTAL OF THE COLOMBIAN STATE www.gobiernoenlinea.gov.co Refers about 3.592 Web sites and information, with an increase in three years of 512% in its use, 646.486 as average number of visits to the Web site.Source: Online Government Program –August/11 13
  14. 14. 29.09.2011E-PROCUREMENT SYSTEM REGISTRANTS ENTITIES 2 699 PROCUREMENT 43.7 42.6 41.7 VALUE 2 446 28.9 2 271 2 289 2 008 2 009 2 010 2 011 2 008 2 009 2 010 2 011 PROCUREMENT PROCESS 135 462 115 329 99 455 98 530 Next stage: online contracts (zero role, audiences and online auctions, etc.).. Providers will receive notices by e-mail according to your interests The development is finished and is in the process of validation. www.contratos.gov.co 2 008 2 009 2 010 2 011Source: Online Government Program –August/11 Procedures and services online 701 701 Online and partially online procedures and services have increased between october 2007 523 to date 959% only in national order entities In the last year increased in 40% 73Source: Online Government Program –August/11 2007 2010 2011 14
  15. 15. 29.09.2011EXAMPLES OF ONLINE PROCEDURES Judicial records online • 5.792.722 certificates obtained from November/08 to Aug/11 • Deleting an appointment • Reduction of 2 hours 10 minutes to obtain a certificate • From January 2011 for free Savings of over U.S. $ 45 million users through direct cost reduction and elimination of indirect costs (transport and photo) cut 1 Aug/11 and with indirectly cosT SAVED US $ 140Source: Departamento Administrativo de Seguridad (Administrative Department of Security )- August/11EXAMPLES OF ONLINE PROCEDURES International Trade Single Window • 18 entities integrated to further simplified 98 procedures (previously 200) of foreign trade There have been 3,371,000 August/11 court authorizations • Companies act 5,410 with digital signature certificate and 41,800 active registered users through customs brokerage companies • The average approval time is 8 hoursSource: Ministerio de Comercio, Industria y Turismo (Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Tourism) - August/11 15
  16. 16. 29.09.2011EXAMPLES OF ONLINE PROCEDURES Colombia in Action Engagement Platform and Citizenship to overcome extreme poverty in Colombia (February/11): • Social network interaction and even knowledge management, conducting lectures and conferences, among employees • Portal that promotes citizen mobilization of voluntary action and interaction between citizens and Social Action • Colombia in Action: 12,977 visits to the platform (Aug/11) • Networks in Action: 13,191 visits (Aug/11) Savings of 91% of the costs when they should do faceSource: Acción Social (Social Action) - August/11EXAMPLES OF ONLINE PROCEDURES AND SERVICES CONTAINS SIG_QUINDIO geographic and thematic information of Quindio, accurate and timely information, supported by stepping on the property tax base updated IGAC, and the 1:10,000 scale aerial photography of Quindío updated in 2009. With real coordinates, and located on an aerial view of the land: the land, topography, relief, water system, the relict forest and bamboo, the departmental roads, sites urban and rural interests, educational institutions and health, parks and plazas, urban and rural accommodation, among many other items.Source: Governor of Quindío – Aug /11 16
  17. 17. 29.09.2011EXAMPLES OF ONLINE PROCEDURES • Initiation Time: Phase 1: ABR/09 Phase 2: NOV/10 • Until August 2011, 296.305 travelers had used the service • 60% time reduction consulting and accessing desired information • Service implemented also via Short Message Standard (SMS) • The Government Entity invested up to COL$260 Million in phase 2 Consultations about distances, tolls, fees, bridges, among others, on country roadsSource: Instituto Nacional de Vías (National Roads Institute) – August/11EXAMPLES OF ONLINE PROCEDURES Single Window Ministry of Education 9 high-impact procedures are in line for the beneficiaries of the Ministry of Education since June/10 With cutting August/11: • 20,123 certificates of competency of the graduate degree for advancement in rank • 4,325 applications for certificate of existence and legal representation of Higher Education Institutions • 1,973 applications for certification of academic program • 2,420 qualified applications for registrationSource: Ministerio de Educación Nacional (Ministry of National Education) – August/11 17
  18. 18. 29.09.2011 We are developing services for Digital Terrestrial Television Government INVIMA record query Jury vote Consultation Knowledge and use of OnLine Government… During the last year, have you participated in the definition of standards, plans, 16% programs, projects or initiatives by public 8% Do you know that by using 90% organizations through Internet, fixed electronic means you can interact telephone line, mobile phone, special 4% with public organizations to obtain service lines or ATM?Citizens information, carry out proceedings, 66% obtain services, file requests, complaints or claims and participate During the last year, have you made 51% in decisions making? 22% payments for proceedings or services at public organizations through Internet, fixed 32% telephone line, mobile phone, special service lines or ATM? 41% 2010 2009 63% 39% During the last year, have you carried out Have you interacted during the last 2008 proceedings or requested services to 32% year with public organizations public organizations? through Internet, fixed telephone 30% 28% line, mobile phone, special service lines or ATM? * During the last year, have you filed 49% requests, complaints or claims before a public organization through Internet, fixed 22% telephone line, mobile phone, special 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% service lines or ATM 17% 0% 10% 20% 30% 40% 50% 60% 70% Source: Online Government Program –August/11 18
  19. 19. 29.09.2011 Knowledge and use of OnLine Government… 80% 120% KNOWLEDGE USE 70% 70% 100% 96% 63% 94% 62% 60% 85% 80% 70% 50% 41% 60% 40%Enterprise 30% 28% 40% 23% 20% 22% 20% 20% 10% 0% 2008 2009 2010 2008 2009 2010 0% Legal Representative Employees Services and Procedures Online payments 2008 2009 2010 Source: Online Government Program –August/11 CONTENT CONCLSIONS The principals concluions of the value of the govermente on li 19
  20. 20. 29.09.2011 GOALS - ACTION PLAN 2011-2014Notaries 100% of all notaries are implementing Information and Interaction phasesonline 50% of all notaries are implementing and using the Notaries’ Single Portal 50% of all notaries are implementing and using the One-stop shop of NotariesControlling online 60% of all national agencies are implementing online fiscal accountability and auditing 30% of all territorial institutions are implementing online fiscal accountability and auditing Fiscal Control agencies are implementing the One-stop shop of ClaimsCorporations online 50% of all Departmental Assemblies are now on line 30% of all Municipal Councils are now on line 100% of Congress online implementedGovernment online Center for research, development and innovation of Government online implementedinnovation centerEmergency care Emergency care system implemented with transparency and monitoring modulesonline Implementing the integration of information from the sectors GOALS - ACTION PLAN 2011-2014Governmental 150 agencies connected to the High-Speed Network 10 additional cities covered the High-Speed NetworkIntranet 35 new agencies using the Government’s Data Center 20 national agencies using the Constituent’s Contact CenterGovernment 1,134 territorial institutions (Town Halls and Governor’s Offices) are progressing through theonline at territorial Strategy phases An average of 3 procedures and services are electronically enabled in each territorial institutionlevel 6 killer applications developed for constituents, businesses and institutionsPaperwork Regulated governance of paperwork elimination actionselimination 60% of all national agencies implemented paperwork elimination actions 15% of all territorial institutions implemented paperwork elimination actionsE-Procurement 100% of all national and territorial agencies have joined the system 10,000 suppliers have been trained on system’s usagesystem 100% of procurement processes have been handled via the systemCrystal Urn 100% of phase 2 implemented: Interactions with Constituents 100% phase 3 implemented: Public management & planning 20
  21. 21. 29.09.2011 CONCLUSIONS1. The citizen as the center of the state, and all of the effort tolook for improving the quality of life of this.2. It is essential to have a clear method based in legislationand regulations, as well as strategies for advancement of theentities.3. We must have a clear diagnosis and know about the base-line level of the entities to be able to measure the impact ofthe strategies developed. CONCLUSIONS 4. As important as the development of procedures and services, are the escort and technical assistance to entities for the ownership and the transformation of the organizational culture of the same. 5. We need to establish communication strategies and consistent to reach the citizens and to promote the use of the procedures and services performed. 6. The Online Government is a collaborative effort of all state agencies as a whole, does not depend on a single entity. Is the responsibility of all society. 7. The Online Government is more than technology. 21
  22. 22. 29.09.2011 THANKSfrancisco.camargo@gobiernoenlinea.gov.co 22

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