BUILDING A NATIONAL
   DIGITAL AGENDA
WHY A DIGITAL AGENDA?
“...when the sea was calm
all boats alike show’d mastership in floating...”
           Shakespeare, Coriolanus, Act IV, Sce...
“Uncharted waters ahead”
     Pierre Wack, HBR, 1985
WHAT HAS CHANGED?
THE WORLD HAS BECOME
     TRULY GLOBAL
THE WORLD HAS BECOME
 (MORE) UNPREDICTABLE
THE WEB IS CHANGING THE
    RULES OF CHANGE
A “NET GENERATION” HAS
      REINVENTED THE WEB
          Web 1.0                                                         ...
THAT GENERATION IS
CHANGING THE WORLD...
...USING NEW WAYS TO
COMMUNICATE AND SHARE
BUT CHANGE COMES IN
    DIFFERENT FLAVOURS...




Stewart Brand
NEW TECHNOLOGIES
  TRIGGER FASTER CHANGE
   Mobile    GSM        3G
 networks                                3.5G         ...
Collaboration
Information
Interaction

           KNOWLEDGE
           TECHNOLOGY
            INNOVATION
                 ...
WHY A DIGITAL CHANGE
AGENDA FOR PORTUGAL?
PORTUGAL
                  Area:!92,391 sq km
      Population: 10,707,924 (July 2009 est.)
     Age structure: 0-14 years...
Following its heyday as a global maritime power
 during the 15th and 16th centuries, Portugal lost
much of its wealth and ...
IN 2005, ECONOMIC
        GROWTH WAS SLOW
                  GDP GROWTH (%)
 3,9%



           2,0%
                      ...
PORTUGAL NEEDED TO
              CHANGE
• With the Euro currency,      • The enlargement of
 it became impossible to      ...
PORTUGUESE CONSUMERS
  WELCOME CHANGE




      Source: Ericsson ConsumerLab 2008
PORTUGAL NEEDED A
DIGITAL AGENDA TO TURN
TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE
   INTO AN ECONOMIC
      OPPORTUNITY
WHAT DIGITAL CHANGE
AGENDA FOR PORTUGAL?
Collaboration
Information
Interaction

           KNOWLEDGE
           TECHNOLOGY
            INNOVATION
                 ...
KNOWLEDGE
qualified individuals
                        An action plan, whose
                        coordination reports
...
A DIFFERENT KIND OF PLAN
     WAS REQUIRED...
           Condition for                           Economic
           the e...
A DIGITAL AGENDA ABLE TO
   EVOLVE AND ADAPT


                                                                163        ...
SIX MAIN
       FOCUS FOR CHANGE:
                         Partnerships with the MIT, CMU,
SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT
        ...
CONTRIBUTING TO THE
 RECOVERY EFFORTS
CONTRIBUTING TO THE
 RECOVERY EFFORTS
CONTRIBUTING TO THE
 RECOVERY EFFORTS
CONTRIBUTING TO THE
 RECOVERY EFFORTS
CONTRIBUTING TO THE
 RECOVERY EFFORTS
CONTRIBUTING TO THE
 RECOVERY EFFORTS
CONTRIBUTING TO THE
 RECOVERY EFFORTS
A KEY PRIORITY:
               DIGITAL INCLUSION
            Public initiatives                       Private initiatives
...
LAUNCHED IN JUNE 2007:

•A cutting-edge laptop for    • Latest     software included
 150" (or 0" for students
 needing ec...
ONE STEP FURTHER:


• Expanding    the e-escola
 initiative, the Portuguese
 Government announced in
 July 30th 2008 a str...
ONE STEP FURTHER:

• Introducing
            the Magalhães
 laptop, made in Portugal
 based on the Intel Classmate
 platfo...
ONE STEP FURTHER:


         • InOctober 2008, Microsoft
          joined the “Magalhães
          Alliance”, unveiling th...
NEARLY 1 MILLION LAPTOPS
 DELIVERED SINCE 2007-07
                 Laptops delivered by the
                   e-Escola Pr...
AN INDEPENDENT VIEW...



               http://tinyurl.com/
                    obamapt
WHICH FIGURES SHOW THE
    IMPACT OF THIS
   DIGITAL AGENDA?
INTERNET ACCESS
         Computer, Internet and                            Conventional and Mobile
        Broadband in Po...
QUALIFICATIONS AND
          LIFELONG LEARNING
 Adults enrolled in the New                      Secondary level education
...
INVESTMENT IN SCIENCE
  AND TECHNOLOGY
Public Budget for R&D
                                          Doctorate scholarsh...
CONDITIONS FOR THE
                 ECONOMIC ACTIVITY
       Number of days required to                    Simplified Infor...
ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS
   Technological Balance of                             Income of the Technological
   Payments (...
IMPROVED COMPETITIVENESS
                                Portugal’s ranking at the World
                                 ...
INNOVATION PERFORMANCE
       IMPROVEMENT
            Bulgary
          Romania
             Cyprus
              Latvia
 ...
KNOWLEDGE, TECHNOLOGY
AND INNOVATION ARE KEYS
  FOR A BETTER FUTURE
RUI GRILO
     DEPUTY COORDINATOR OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL PLAN
   CHIEF OF CABINET TO THE NATIONAL COORDINATOR OF THE
       ...
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  1. 1. BUILDING A NATIONAL DIGITAL AGENDA
  2. 2. WHY A DIGITAL AGENDA?
  3. 3. “...when the sea was calm all boats alike show’d mastership in floating...” Shakespeare, Coriolanus, Act IV, Scene I
  4. 4. “Uncharted waters ahead” Pierre Wack, HBR, 1985
  5. 5. WHAT HAS CHANGED?
  6. 6. THE WORLD HAS BECOME TRULY GLOBAL
  7. 7. THE WORLD HAS BECOME (MORE) UNPREDICTABLE
  8. 8. THE WEB IS CHANGING THE RULES OF CHANGE
  9. 9. A “NET GENERATION” HAS REINVENTED THE WEB Web 1.0 Web 2.0 • Browse (Yahoo!) • Search (Google) • Publishing (Britannica Online) • Participation (Wikipedia) • Download (mp3.com) • Share (Napster) • Mass advertising • Context Ads (DoubleClick) (Google AdSense) • One to many (Akamai) • Many to many (BitTorrent) • Static contents • Dynamic contents, continuously updated (personal homepages) (Blogs/Twitter) • Centralised content management • Shared and open editing (CMS) (Wikis) • Taxonomy of contents • Folksonomy (directories) (tags) • Contents scattered over several web • Syndicated contents pages (HTML) (RSS feeds) • Unique visitors & pageviews • Community members (Hi5, Facebook, LinkedIn, etc.) Adapted from http://www.oreillynet.com/pub/a/oreilly/tim/news/2005/09/30/what-is-web-20.html
  10. 10. THAT GENERATION IS CHANGING THE WORLD...
  11. 11. ...USING NEW WAYS TO COMMUNICATE AND SHARE
  12. 12. BUT CHANGE COMES IN DIFFERENT FLAVOURS... Stewart Brand
  13. 13. NEW TECHNOLOGIES TRIGGER FASTER CHANGE Mobile GSM 3G networks 3.5G 4G GPRS UMTS Cable Cable modem (DOCSIS/CDLP) Phone VDSL line Dial-up ADSL ADSL2/2+ VDSL2 Next Generation FTTB/C FTTH Networks 50kbps 500kbps 8Mbps 50Mbps 100Mbps
  14. 14. Collaboration Information Interaction KNOWLEDGE TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION Anywhere Anytime With anyone
  15. 15. WHY A DIGITAL CHANGE AGENDA FOR PORTUGAL?
  16. 16. PORTUGAL Area:!92,391 sq km Population: 10,707,924 (July 2009 est.) Age structure: 0-14 years:!16.3%; 15-64 years:!66.1%; 65 years and over:!17.6%* Population growth rate: 0.275%* Birth rate: 10.29 births/1,000 pop.* Death rate: 10.62 deaths/1,000 pop.** Net migration rate: 3.14 migrant(s)/1,000 pop.* Infant mortality rate: 4.78 deaths/1,000 live births Life expectancy at birth: 78.21 years Total fertility rate: 1.49 children born/woman* *2009 est. **2008 est. (source: CIA - The World Factbook)
  17. 17. Following its heyday as a global maritime power during the 15th and 16th centuries, Portugal lost much of its wealth and status with the destruction of Lisbon in a 1755 earthquake, occupation during the Napoleonic Wars, and the independence of its wealthiest colony of Brazil in 1822. A 1910 revolution deposed the monarchy; for most of the next six decades, repressive governments ran the country. In 1974, a left-wing military coup installed broad democratic reforms. The following year, Portugal granted independence to all of its African colonies. Portugal is a founding member of NATO and entered the EC (now the EU) in 1986. (source: CIA - The World Factbook)
  18. 18. IN 2005, ECONOMIC GROWTH WAS SLOW GDP GROWTH (%) 3,9% 2,0% 1,5% 0,8% 0,7% -0,8% 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005
  19. 19. PORTUGAL NEEDED TO CHANGE • With the Euro currency, • The enlargement of it became impossible to European Union sustain competitiveness by brought new competitors to devaluating the currency the same playing field • ThePact for Stability • Globalisation made it and Growth limited the impossible to compete possibility of using public based on low wages expenditure to sustain growth and jobs
  20. 20. PORTUGUESE CONSUMERS WELCOME CHANGE Source: Ericsson ConsumerLab 2008
  21. 21. PORTUGAL NEEDED A DIGITAL AGENDA TO TURN TECHNOLOGICAL CHANGE INTO AN ECONOMIC OPPORTUNITY
  22. 22. WHAT DIGITAL CHANGE AGENDA FOR PORTUGAL?
  23. 23. Collaboration Information Interaction KNOWLEDGE TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION Anywhere Anytime With anyone
  24. 24. KNOWLEDGE qualified individuals An action plan, whose coordination reports TECHNOLOGY directly to the Prime flexible communities Minister, mobilising the whole Government to make INNOVATION it happen, as well as a competitive society private partners
  25. 25. A DIFFERENT KIND OF PLAN WAS REQUIRED... Condition for Economic the economic competi- activity tiveness Scientific and Technological Infrastructure Qualifications & Human Resources Entrepreneurship Network society Financing Systems
  26. 26. A DIGITAL AGENDA ABLE TO EVOLVE AND ADAPT 163 176 112 113 142 117 120 78 11/2005 07/2006 11/2006 07/2007 11/2007 07/2008 11/2008 07/2009 Initiatives 100% in the field
  27. 27. SIX MAIN FOCUS FOR CHANGE: Partnerships with the MIT, CMU, SCIENTIFIC DEVELOPMENT Harvard, Austin, Fraunhoffer, etc. QUALIFICATIONS “New Opportunities” to enroll 1 million people in lifelong learning BETTER ADMINISTRATION Rising from 16th to 3rd in the EU ranking of online public services availability LESS BUREAUCRACY “On the spot firm” to create a company in less than one hour INNOVATION NETWORKS Public initiatives for collective efficiency embedded in Structural Funds support DIGITAL DIVIDE Providing access and training to those excluded from the information society
  28. 28. CONTRIBUTING TO THE RECOVERY EFFORTS
  29. 29. CONTRIBUTING TO THE RECOVERY EFFORTS
  30. 30. CONTRIBUTING TO THE RECOVERY EFFORTS
  31. 31. CONTRIBUTING TO THE RECOVERY EFFORTS
  32. 32. CONTRIBUTING TO THE RECOVERY EFFORTS
  33. 33. CONTRIBUTING TO THE RECOVERY EFFORTS
  34. 34. CONTRIBUTING TO THE RECOVERY EFFORTS
  35. 35. A KEY PRIORITY: DIGITAL INCLUSION Public initiatives Private initiatives •Technological Plan for • •Nation-wide broadband Education coverage (400M! to develop the •IT Academies promoted schools’ technological (broadband-connected by the industry infrastructures and laptops for over 1 million upgrade teachers’ skills) teachers, students and •Digital literacy adults in lifelong learning) development Web-enabling the whole education system, updating teaching and learning strategies to this new connected world
  36. 36. LAUNCHED IN JUNE 2007: •A cutting-edge laptop for • Latest software included 150" (or 0" for students needing economic support) • E-skills training bundled in the offer • Mobilebroadband for 5" bellow the best monthly • To reach 750.000 people market price (17,5"), with until 2010: students, reduced monthly fees 5" or teachers, and adults enrolled 15" for students needing in lifelong learning economic support
  37. 37. ONE STEP FURTHER: • Expanding the e-escola initiative, the Portuguese Government announced in July 30th 2008 a strategic partnership with Intel to develop the Magalhães initiative.
  38. 38. ONE STEP FURTHER: • Introducing the Magalhães laptop, made in Portugal based on the Intel Classmate platform (1GB RAM, 30GB HD, 8.9” LCD) • Makingit available to the 500.000 students enrolled in primary education, who pay 0 to 50" for the laptop
  39. 39. ONE STEP FURTHER: • InOctober 2008, Microsoft joined the “Magalhães Alliance”, unveiling the Magalhães Software Suite • "This is a unique, amazing and wonderful program on a global scale" Steve Ballmer
  40. 40. NEARLY 1 MILLION LAPTOPS DELIVERED SINCE 2007-07 Laptops delivered by the e-Escola Programme 370.000 300.000 140.000 590.000 500.000 415.000 235.000 2008-07 2008-12 2009-03 2009-06 e-escolinha e-escola e-professor e-oportunidades Source: MOPTC
  41. 41. AN INDEPENDENT VIEW... http://tinyurl.com/ obamapt
  42. 42. WHICH FIGURES SHOW THE IMPACT OF THIS DIGITAL AGENDA?
  43. 43. INTERNET ACCESS Computer, Internet and Conventional and Mobile Broadband in Portuguese Broadband penetration households (%) (% of total population) 50% 25% 50% 48% 45% 46% 22% 20% 41% 42% 40% 38% 19% 35% 39% 18% 31% 16% 15% 26% 30% 13% 14% 14% 14% 14% 14% 15% 15% 25% 13% 24% 11% 10% 20% 8% 9% 12% 13% 5% 2004 1T07 2T07 2005 3T074T07 0% 2006 0% 1T08 2T08 3T08 4T08 2007 2008 Broadband Internet Computer Conventional (ADSL+Cable) Mobile Source: INE Source: ANACOM
  44. 44. QUALIFICATIONS AND LIFELONG LEARNING Adults enrolled in the New Secondary level education Opportunities lifelong learning attainment among 20-24 y.o. (%) 54,3% 53,4% 772.521 49,6% 49,6% 516.000 49,0% 298.060 47,9% 54.972 77.246 2003 2004 2005 2005 2006 2007 2008-102009-06 2006 2007 2008 Source: MTSS Source: Eurostat
  45. 45. INVESTMENT IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Public Budget for R&D Doctorate scholarships granted (Million Euros) 1.831 1.621 1.194 1.701 1.272 1.116 1.082 2005 2008 2007 2006 2006 2005 2007 Source: MCTES Source: FCT - MCTES
  46. 46. CONDITIONS FOR THE ECONOMIC ACTIVITY Number of days required to Simplified Information for open a business Companies (issued declarations) 78 78 792.227 54 397.319 8 7 6 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 30-04-2007 02-10-2007 10-2008 Source: World Bank Source: MJ
  47. 47. ECONOMIC COMPETITIVENESS Technological Balance of Income of the Technological Payments (Million Euros) Balance (Million Euros) 1.227 1.063 126 66 776 -170 461 -302 -276 -286 434 355 2007 2008 2004 2005 2006 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2003 2008 Source: Banco de Portugal
  48. 48. IMPROVED COMPETITIVENESS Portugal’s ranking at the World Competitiveness Yearbook • According to the IMD, Portugal is the most (33) competitive country of 34th Southern Europe, ahead 36th (35) of Spain, Italy and Greece 37th 37th (36) 2009, Portugal was the • In 39th 5th EU country with (38) better progress in this 2005 2006 (39) 2007 ranking 2008 2009 Fonte: IMD
  49. 49. INNOVATION PERFORMANCE IMPROVEMENT Bulgary Romania Cyprus Latvia Portugal Malta Turkey Greece Iceland Estonia Slovakia Czech Rep. Slovenia Poland Hungary Ireland Switzerland Austria Sweden Finland Germany Spain Belgium Italy France Luxembourg Croatia Netherlands Norway Lithuania United Kingdom Denmark Source: European Innovation Scoreboard 2008 - Average annual improvement in innovation performance
  50. 50. KNOWLEDGE, TECHNOLOGY AND INNOVATION ARE KEYS FOR A BETTER FUTURE
  51. 51. RUI GRILO DEPUTY COORDINATOR OF THE TECHNOLOGICAL PLAN CHIEF OF CABINET TO THE NATIONAL COORDINATOR OF THE LISBON STRATEGY AND THE TECHNOLOGICAL PLAN RUI.GRILO@CNEL.GOV.PT | @RGRILO WWW.PLANOTECNOLOGICO.PT | @PTECNOLOGICO

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