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  • 1. LOGO e-Governmentcompany slogan ” “ Add your & Digital City in Korea September 26, 2007 Duk Hee Lee ICU (Information and Communications University), Korea NEXYS Lab
  • 2. Contents 1. Introduction 1.1 What is e-Government & Digital City? 1.2 Why e-Government & Digital City? 1.3 Current Status of e-Government 1.4 Key Success Factors 2. e-Government & Digital City 2.1 e-Government 2.2 Digital City: Seoul 3. Future Government & City 3.1 u-Government 3.2 Policy Tasks
  • 3. LOGO “ Add your company slogan ” 1. Introduction 1.1 What is e-Government & Digital City? 1.2 Why e-Government & Digital City? 1.3 Current Status of e-Government 1.4 Key Success Factors NEXYS Lab 3
  • 4. 1.1 What is e-Government & Digital City? • e-Government A new government domain which a country including tangible and intangible governance activities, facility and construction as well as the ground, underground, and sea is digitalized in similar with the real nation. • Digital City A virtual city which overcomes the limitation by physical distances through information and communication technologies, and can realize most of activities which happen in real physical cities.
  • 5. 1.2 Why e-Government & Digital City? To provide best national customer-oriented-services e-Government To maximize administrative efficiency, & productivity and transparency Digital City To create jobs and civil demand
  • 6. 1.2 Why e-Government & Digital City? System Integration Transparency ↑ Efficiency ↑ Process Innovation Competitiveness ↑ Service Innovation
  • 7. 1.3 Current Status of e-Government: UN Ranking Nation ‘05 Index ‘04 Ranking ‘03 Ranking 1 England 1.0000 1 1 2 Singapore 0.9841 4 13 3 U.S 0.9048 2 2 4 Canada 0.8730 3 3 4 Korea 0.8730 6 12 <’E-Participation Index: Top 5 Countries’, 2005, by UN> -Participation Index’ : E-Information, E-Consultation, and E-Decision Making
  • 8. 1.3 Current Status of e-Government: UN E-Information - Homepage <www.korea.go.kr> <www.seoul.go.kr>
  • 9. 1.3 Current Status of e-Government: UN • E-Consultation – Seoul Cyber Policy Forum <‘The Number of Opinions’, 2006, from Seoul> <‘The Number of Inquiries’, 2006, from Seoul>
  • 10. 1.3 Current Status of e-Government: UN • E-Decision Making – G4C (Government for Citizen) (Unit: thousand) ‘03 ‘04 ‘05 ‘02 First Half Last Half First Half Last Half First Half Last Half # of 52 130 250 641 1,109 1,844 4,968 applications # of issuing - 0 58 311 592 1,091 1,167 <‘Using Status of G4C System’, 2006, MIC>
  • 11. 1.3 Current Status of e-Government: Brown University in U.S Nation Point Ranking Korea 60.3 1 Taiwan 49.8 2 Singapore 47.5 3 U.S 47.4 4 Canada 43.5 5 <‘06 e-Government Index by U.S Brown University’, 2006, from Brown University>
  • 12. 1.3 Current Status of e-Government: Brown University in U.S •Evaluation Result - Brown University in U.S Evaluation World average Online Service Providing 85% 29% Online Data Issuing 100% 94% Database Providing 100% 72% Individual Information 85% 26% Protecting Policy Security Policy 15% 14% Handicapped Person’s 15% 23% Accessibility <‘Evaluation Result’, 2006, from U.S Brown University>
  • 13. 1.4 Key Success Factors President’s initiative care & Devotion & positive support Interest of Persons in Charge World Top Strong e-Government & Digital City Political Support Self Sacrificing Efforts of Civil Committee Members Development of Civil Information System Technology
  • 14. LOGO “ Add your company slogan ” 2. e-Government & Digital City 2.1 e-Government 2.2 Digital City: Seoul NEXYS Lab 14
  • 15. 2.1 e-Government • Front-Office Businesses - Upgrade government-wide services for citizens and private businesses • Back-Office Businesses - Improve the Effectiveness of administration • Infrastructure Construction - Establish an infrastructure for e-Government
  • 16. 2.1 e-Government: Front-Office Businesses Leading Main Projects Contents Agency A single integrated portal site construction which represents MPB, MIC, G4C the government – www.egov.go.kr MGAHA Information-Sharing System for Information sharing of 4 social insurances MHW, ML 4 Social Insurances HTS (Home Tax Service) National tax online payment MTA G2B Digitalization of all procurements processes MPB, OS <’Contents and Leading Agency of Front-Office Businesses’, 2006, by MIC> MPB: the Ministry of Planning and Budget , 2) MIC: the Ministry of Information and Communication, 3) MGAHA: the Ministry of vernment Affairs and Home Affairs, 4) MHW: the Ministry of Health and Welfare, 5) ML: the Ministry of Labor, 6) MTA: the Ministry of Administration, 7) OS: the Office of Supply
  • 17. 2.1 e-Government: Front-Office Businesses G4C – Government for Citizen - u-Government - Home-based civil service - Paperless administration ‘07 ~ Completion of e-Government - Expanding e-civil service - Home or office issuing of civil application documents - m-Government and TV (t-Government) service ‘03 ~ ‘06 - Electronic civil application shared service construction Higher Jumping of G4C - Internet civil guidance and application - Infrastructure construction for e-Government service providing ’00 ~ ’02 Start of G4C service
  • 18. 2.1 e-Government: Front-Office Businesses • G4C - Usage Status <‘Using status of G4C system’, 2006, from MIC in Korea>
  • 19. 2.1 e-Government: Back-Office Businesses Main Projects Contents Leading Agency NAFIS (National Finance National finances and accounts informatization MFE Information System) NEIS (National Education Educational administration information database construction MOE Information System) Local Government Information 21 local administrative services MGAHA Network System PPSS (Personnel Policy Personnel information database construction of public officials CSC Support System) <’Contents and Leading Agency of Back-Office Businesses’, 2006, by MIC> MFE: the Ministry of Finance and Economy, 2) MOE: the Ministry of Education and Human Resources Development, 3) MGAHA: the nistry of Government Affairs and Home Affairs, 4) CSC: Civil Service Commission
  • 20. 2.1 e-Government: Back-Office Businesses • Local Government Information Network System Projects Main Contents Residential Administration Residential information management Local Industry Administration Energy business management, Commerce and industry management Vehicle Administration Vehicle information sharing management Cadastral Administration Cadastral management, Integrated business management Financial and Tax Administration Ownership change management, Revenue management Environmental Administration Planning & supporting management, Scrapped material management Welfare Administration Welfare beneficiary selection/supporting management, Graveyard management Agricultural Administration Farmland management, Grain management Civil Administration Civil appeal guidance & management
  • 21. 2.1 e-Government: Back-Office Businesses • Local Government Information Network System Projects Main Contents Sanitary Administration Food sanitary mnagement, Sanitary licence mangement Local Development Administration Administration disposal management, Underground water management Cultural and Physical Training Cultural asset management, Approval and permission management Administration Water & Drainage Administration Water supply management, Charge management Marine Product Administration Fishing industry approval and permission management, Fishing ground management Livestock Administration Livestock statistical management, Livestock sanitary management Internal Process Administration Lawsuit management, Goods and commodities management Forest Administration Mountain management, Forest fire protection and extinguishment management Road & Traffic Management Road management, Traffic management, Parking management Civil Defense Administration Civil defense organization and education, Mobilization of man-power Census Registration Administration Census registration information sharing management Calamity & Disaster Administration Calamity & disaster information providing and history management
  • 22. 2.1 e-Government: Infrastructure Construction Businesses Leading Main Business Contents Agency Approval and Electronic Document Distribution System Approval & distribution of standardized MGAHA Construction document MGAHA, Expansion of nation-wide electronic Electronic Signature and Certification System Construction MIC certification system Administrative Information DB Construction Standardized DB Construction MGAHA Secured and stable e-Government MGAHA, Secured e-Government Construction environment construction MIC, MPB <’Contents and Leading Agency of e-Government Infrastructure Construction Business’, 2006, by MIC> MGAHA: the Ministry of Government Affairs and Home Affairs, 2) MIC: the Ministry of Information and Communication, 3) MPB: the nistry of Planning and Budget
  • 23. 2.1 e-Government: Infrastructure Construction Businesses Security System Construction against Cyber Terror 1 Quarter 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4 Quarter Attacking Type Detecting Detecting Change Detecting Change Detecting Change Vulnerable Point 14,927,019 17,831,427 19.46% 18,945,926 6.3% 23,579,989 24.5% Invasion Trial 5,523,475 4,988,881 -9.68% 3,818,651 -23.5% 3,104,550 -18.7% Warm Virus 10,869,316 11,731,738 7.93% 11,518,673 -1.8% 16,043,283 39.3% Total 31,319,810 34,552,046 10.32% 34,283,250 -0.8% 42,727,822 24.6% <‘Attacking Type Status against e-Government’s Integrated Network in 2005’, 2005, by MIC>
  • 24. 2.1 e-Government: Infrastructure Construction Businesses Security System Construction against Cyber Terror - Solution 1 2 3 Expanding Construction Vulnerable Point Real-time Monitoring of GISAC (Government Analysis Information Sharing & & Simulated Invasion Analysis Center) Training
  • 25. 2.1 e-Government: Infrastructure Construction Businesses Security System Construction against Cyber Terror - Effects 2 Quarter 3 Quarter 4 Quarter Percentage Percentage Percentage Occurrence Blocking of Occurrence Blocking of Occurrence Blocking of Blocking Blocking Blocking yber Threat Block 50,184,293 39,005,181 77.7% 53,407,048 49,988,996 93.6% 61,262,334 57,549,671 93.94% Virus Healing 6,180,612 5,651,376 91.4% 5,245,251 4,998,367 95.3% 5,558,203 5,313,394 95.60% & Prevention <‘Cyber Threat Block and Virus Healing & Prevention in 2005’, 2005, by MIC>
  • 26. 2.1 e-Government: Future Direction • e-Government Roadmap Operation without a snag <‘e-Government Roadmap’, 2006, MIC>
  • 27. 2.1 e-Government: Future Direction • World Top Level e-Government <‘Change of Korean e-Government Rank in the world’, 2005, UN>
  • 28. 2.1 e-Government: Future Direction • Government Innovation and Human Resource Development Year Goal Achievement Ratio 2000 500,000 451,212 90.2% 2001 500,000 455,415 91.1% 2002 308,476 415,620 137.7% 2003 222,217 434,351 195.5% 2004 304,167 356,638 117.3% 2005 150,500 209,880 139.5% Total 2,323,116 <‘Achievement of Informatization Education (2000~2005)’, 2006, MIC>
  • 29. 2.2 Digital City: Seoul
  • 30. 2.2 Digital City: Seoul Main Business Content Single integrated homepage, Integrated reservation system, Services for Citizens Cyber policy discussion Providing with online one-click services of 796 civil applications One-Click Electronic Civil Application Service in Seoul city’s 15 agencies OPEN system (Online Procedures Enhancement for Online opening to the public in real time about civil applications information Civil Applications) and all handling processes Systematical Internet-based managing of city's geographical information GIS (Geographic Information System) such like roads and underground facilities Electronic document system, Database management system, Internal Administration Information System E-personnel ground, Total tax information system
  • 31. 2.2 Digital City: Seoul Main Business Content Connecting 36 Administration Offices e-Seoul Net Deliverry of 127 administrations information to the public Seoul Data Center 24 hours real-time monitoring system Total Information Protecting System Protecting Seoul city’s information resources from cyber attack Creative industrial belt, State-of-the-art industrial belt, 4 Industrial Belts NIT (Nano & Information Technology) and IT industrial belt TOPIS (Transport Operation and Information Service) – Bus management system, New traffic card system New Traffic System
  • 32. 2.2 Digital City: Seoul • OPEN (Online Procedures Enhancement for Civil Applications) <‘OPEN (Online Procedures Enhancement for Civil Applications) System’, 2007, Seoul>
  • 33. 2.2 Digital City: Seoul OPEN - Transparent System <‘Transparent System in OPEN System’, 2007, Seoul>
  • 34. 2.2 Digital City: Seoul • OPEN - Open Administration via Public Participation <‘Open Administration via Public Participation’, 2007, Seoul>
  • 35. 2.2 Digital City: Seoul • GIS (Geographical Information System) Purpose of GIS 1. Administrative Efficiency 1. Administrative Efficiency 2. Broad wide Usage of Geographical Information 2. Broad wide Usage of Geographical Information 3. Providing with Citizen Life Information 3. Providing with Citizen Life Information 4. City’s Safety 4. City’s Safety
  • 36. 2.2 Digital City: Seoul • GIS – Propulsion Strategy <‘Propulsion Strategy of GIS System’, 2006, MIC>
  • 37. 2.2 Digital City: Seoul • Creation of 4 Industrial Belts
  • 38. 2.2 Digital City: Seoul • Creation of 4 Industrial Belts
  • 39. 2.2 Digital City: Seoul
  • 40. 2.2 Digital City: Seoul
  • 41. 2.2 Seoul Digital City: Future Direction
  • 42. LOGO 3. Future your company slogan ” “ Add Government & City 3.1 u-Government 3.2 Policy Tasks NEXYS Lab 42
  • 43. 3.1 u-Government • From e-Government to u-Government E-Government U-Government Wire-based (CDMA/ADSL) Wire, Wireless, Mobile Platform Accessibility Ubiquity : Wherever, Whenever, Fixed Place to access networks Seamless Customer-oriented uniqueness Service Level Provider-based uniform service service Intelligence computer through a Interaction Through only web-site sensor or tag <”The differences between E-Government and U-Government”, 2006, by NIA>
  • 44. 3.2 Policy Tasks • Policy tasks to realize u-Government Establishment of desirable future government and city development Establishment of desirable future government and city development methodologies for ubiquitous society methodologies for ubiquitous society Ex-ante improvement and readiness of law & regulation Ex-ante improvement and readiness of law & regulation for future society uncertainty for future society uncertainty Private information protection and system stability Private information protection and system stability
  • 45. LOGO e-Governmentcompany slogan ” “ Add your & Digital City in Korea NEXYS Lab 45

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