E-Government Hungary 2007                            Learning from our failures                                      Natio...
E-Government Hungary 2007                       Learning from our failures       The characteristic of GVOP    4.3.1 targ...
E-Government Hungary 2007                   Learning from our failuresSome historical facts:   in the first round, 3 big ...
E-Government Hungary 2007               Learning from our failuresSource after re-planning the project  ERFA (Sturcutral F...
E-Government Hungary 2007                 Learning from our failuresAmount of support in 4.3.2:                           ...
E-Government Hungary 2007                         Some criteria                     Learning from our failuresSome criteri...
E-Government Hungary 2007                   Learning from our failuresThe results of 4.3.1      By the result of the call...
E-Government Hungary 2007               Learning from our failuresResults on a map                                        ...
E-Government Hungary 2007                      Learning from our failuresSome notes about the enviroment      Small regio...
E-Government Hungary 2007                      Learning from our failures    Many of them has never managed a complex IT ...
E-Government Hungary 2007                      Learning from our failuresStill enviroment issues      Only a few applican...
E-Government Hungary 2007                      Learning from our failures    Challenges for both    −   Political factors...
E-Government Hungary 2007                       Learning from our failures    Alternative results    −   The enviroment h...
E-Government Hungary 2007                           Learning from our failures    Old HR and IT management truths    −   ...
E-Government Hungary 2007                       Learning from our failures    and again    −   Politicians also have to l...
E-Government Hungary 2007                     Learning from our failures    Some extra notes    −   ASP (appilcation serv...
E-Government Hungary 2007        Learning from our failures  Thank you for you attention!I do welcome the questions nowor ...
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  1. 1. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failures NationalEnviromental and Developmentinfrastructure Planoperative Regionalprogramme Operative(KIOP) Supporting Operative Programme programme (ROP) Human resource for economical development growth Operative programme (GVOP) (HEFOP) 4.thpriority Information society and economics development V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS Presenter: MadarászKralove - 2008 04.07.Hradec Csaba
  2. 2. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failures The characteristic of GVOP 4.3.1 targets the local  4.3.2. the support for profit governments modernisation us of local muncipalities data assets To achieve client centered and service based operation reach the CLBPS level 3. relevant to the EU recommendations at L.G. Priority in amount of funding: 80% vs 20% Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  3. 3. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failuresSome historical facts:  in the first round, 3 big cities/regions has won  In the beginning of planning it has said, that 4-5 pilot cities, small regions will have the chance to develop a system  Others would adapt from these systems  The first planned amount of money was 7.6 million E Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  4. 4. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failuresSource after re-planning the project ERFA (Sturcutral Funds) 21,50 Million Euros Central Government resources 3, 59 Million Euros From different government resource 3,59 Million Euros Total 28,67 Million Euros Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  5. 5. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failuresAmount of support in 4.3.2: Amount-percentage The percentage of the support, in relation to sum of accountable costs 87,50% The minmal and maximal ammount of 210 000 - 2100 000 support Euros Funding from the ERFA 75,00% Self resource of local governments 0,00% Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  6. 6. E-Government Hungary 2007 Some criteria Learning from our failuresSome criteria Local governments and their groups were elegible, if they represent more than 10,000 as inhabitants Related to public services, they will achieve the EU recommendations CLBPS level 2 for SMEs Those, who has targeted the CLBPS level 4 in any levels could have an advanced position Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  7. 7. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failuresThe results of 4.3.1  By the result of the call, various muncipalities, districts and newly formed plannig areas (Small regions) has enterd to the call with a diverse IT infrastructure and knowledge background  From 56 applicants 29 received funding Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  8. 8. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failuresResults on a map Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  9. 9. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failuresSome notes about the enviroment  Small regions are quite newly formed (, muncipalities- politicians dont have too much of working experience with each other  By the result of area based P.A. Reform, 7 plannig- statistical region has birth. The aim is economical development, coordination and the receive of EU funds. The result is decentralization, tasks and scope of authority reorganization. Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  10. 10. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failures Many of them has never managed a complex IT development project The KET, containing the general rules governing the procedures and services of public administration authorities has started to put in use recently, put online administration affaires on an equal footing with traditional administration affairs Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  11. 11. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failuresStill enviroment issues  Only a few applicant has a continous development strategy on IT  The existing systems are heterogenous, sometimes binded into one companies development  There is very low level of integration of the systems  The culture of horizontal cooperation is somehow missing in most of the local muncipalities  Most of L.G. Has a sadly bad decision making structure Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  12. 12. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failures Challenges for both − Political factors – lack of commitment from the leaders, and administration has not “put into picture” − Conecptual problems - there is no support for the workers of the L.G., which means, thay have to provide a lot of extra during and after working ours from the beginning of the project till the end − Fear of loosing autonomy by the local governments − Negotiation and management difficulties − Map chaos for GIS based property applications Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  13. 13. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failures Alternative results − The enviroment has become really unstable for having a good deal by the factors mentioned before- both for companies and muncipalities − Some core elements of the call (integration) has become endangered by the large number of sub- contractors − The lack of training at the local gov. level has produced an intensive setback for the projects Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  14. 14. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failures Old HR and IT management truths − A few projects piloted is better, than financing a lot with medium or small amount of money − Continous IT plan development can help to tackle obstacles of later developments − Strong commitment to standards at the beginning could be the bridge for later success on interoperability − Making the staff of the L.G. prepared to work in teams, horizontally and geographicall is must (in small regional projects). − The training and education in right time of a project manager is essential factor of the success of getting what you want Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  15. 15. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failures and again − Politicians also have to learn a bit IT and HR! − Study visits can help to find what to follow and what not to − Browsing around and testing applications on the web (particularly web 2.0) could help to create human friendly applications by non-developer partners (L.G. Staff) − Involving expert outsiders is a good investment − Cooperation in the marketing of e-services could be a cost reducement factor for L.G.s. Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  16. 16. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failures Some extra notes − ASP (appilcation service providers) services could be the best, if the small regional differences has been investigated before − Building cooperation between small regions in IT is better soon − Worth to have a (part-)startegy on e-administration introduction − Leadership information and decision support systems, knowledge management Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
  17. 17. E-Government Hungary 2007 Learning from our failures Thank you for you attention!I do welcome the questions nowor later personally or by e-mail at: madcs@option.hu Presenter: Madarász Csaba V4DIS - 2008 04.07.Hradec Kralove
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