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International Centre for Excellence in E/M Government
International Centre for Excellence in E/M Government
International Centre for Excellence in E/M Government
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International Centre for Excellence in E/M Government

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Introduction to a proposed International Centre for Excellent in E/M Government in the Illawarra. Presented at RDA Illawarra's State of the Illawarra Regional Leader's Summit.

Introduction to a proposed International Centre for Excellent in E/M Government in the Illawarra. Presented at RDA Illawarra's State of the Illawarra Regional Leader's Summit.

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  • 1. Michael Szafraniec Chair WSIS Sub-Group on Citizen Engagement UNDESA
  • 2.  Technology has made it easier than ever for government to interact with community  However, there is a dizzying array of options  While there are many tools, governments need help and leadership to know what works best  The UN has decided to fix this with a Centre of Excellence – and we want it to be here.
  • 3.  To provide the research, information, tools & data to enable E/M government.  Four key tasks: 1. Policy & Framework Development 2. Training and Capacity Building 3. Technology and Application Development 4. Data Accessibility and Interchange
  • 4.  Research & Development ◦ Connecting leading researchers in field with UOW  E/M-Government Adoption ◦ Illawarra will become an innovator & “road test” new approaches to citizen engagement using technology  Regional ICT Industry Opportunities ◦ ICT businesses can create E/M-Government technology in conjunction or for use by the Centre  Training & Conferences ◦ Export income & conference tourism opportunities
  • 5.  Seeking establishment funding ◦ 50% from the Australian Commonwealth ◦ 50% from the United Nations (UNDESA)  Two year initial phase ◦ Research into best practice ◦ International Policy & Framework development ◦ Validate Research & Framework activities by using test-beds within the Illawarra ◦ Creation of initial training & enablement content
  • 6. Mr. Michael Szafraniec Chair WSIS Sub-Group on Citizen Engagement UNDESA Web resources;  www.unpan.org  www.unpan.org/dpepa.asp  www.itu.int/wsis

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