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Smaarter government e transformation

  1. 1. Smarter GovernmentMoldova’s Governance e-Transformation Agenda Victor Bodiu, Secretary General of the Government May 2012
  2. 2. Government’s Vision
  3. 3. Governance e-Transformation Objectives By 2020 all public services shall have their electronic counterparts; 50% adoption of electronic public services shall be reached; Existing information system shall be rationalized and integrated into governmental data interchange framework.3 e-Government Center 11.06.2012
  4. 4. Sectorial e-Services Shared e-Services Back-office projects E-Licensing G2C/G2B Portal Registry of Personal Data Holders E-Construction Document Civil Status Archive Norms and Standards Management System Digitization E-Health Insurance Government Reporting Criminal Record on Action Plan Archive Digitization E-Criminal Record E-Appointment Registry Management Platform E-Visa E-Certificates State Registry of Inspections Electronic Fiscal E-Reporting State Registry of Invoices Agricultural Producers Integrated Hospital Registry of Soils Management System Integrated Primary Healthcare System E-Admission4 e-Government Center 11.06.2012
  5. 5. Identification in public electronic services Authentication and Access Control Service will offer at least three ways to identify in cyberspace: Digital certificate Digital certificates on mobile phone5 e-Government Center 11.06.2012
  6. 6. Government e-Payment Gateway • Government e-Payment Gateway will make it possible to pay for any public service using any financial instrument available on the market: – Visa and MasterCard; – Banks’ internet banking • 900 000 bank cards issued so far; systems; • In 2011 the volume of transactions with cards was cca. 16 bln. MDL; – mobile banking; • Only 5% of transaction were cashless. NBM – etc.6 e-Government Center 11.06.2012
  7. 7. M-Cloud: Shared Technological Platform • Electronic public services provided by ministries and Agencies will be hosted and operated from M-Cloud – the shared platform built on Cloud Computing. • Government private cloud (G-Cloud), delivering all common services at IaaS, PaaS and SaaS levels; • Sustainability and security for projects • Invest more in people and process M-Cloud reengineering, less in servers and networks7 e-Government Center 11.06.2012
  8. 8. OPEN GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES Open Open Public ImprovedGovernment Expenditure Public Services Datawww.date.gov.md www.moldova.wb-boost.org www.servicii.gov.md
  9. 9. Open Government Action Plan Public Consultations 3 Grand Challenges Increasing Better Managing Improving Public Integrity Public Resources Public Services• Access to information • Budget transparency • Quality public and open data services • Public procurement• Online petitions • Online public transparency services• Transparent decision- • Implementation of e- • Use of innovative making IT tools for procurement• Transparent judicial education system system
  10. 10. Thank you for your attention!

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