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E-Cambodian Presented by Ken Chanthan at the Cambodian Bloggers Summit 2007

E-Cambodian Presented by Ken Chanthan at the Cambodian Bloggers Summit 2007

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  • 1. Cambodia Blogger Summit “ Cyber Cambodia: Toward to e-Cambodia “ By Mr. Chanthan Ken President
  • 2.
      • I. Concept of e-Government
      • II. Toward 21st Century Project in China : Case Study
      • III. e-Sri Linka Development: Case Study
      • IV. e-Strategies
  • 3. I. Concept of e-Government Source: Japan e-Strategies
  • 4. II. Toward 21 st Century Project in China Source: CICC
  • 5. The technologies used in this project are state-of-the-art multimedia information systems (multimedia applications) that comprehensively embed multimedia content processing, multimedia data simulation forecasting and multimedia network technologies. The project has been implemented by forming working groups (WGs) for each of the following six themes, for which model systems will be built and verification experiments will be conducted. WG1   Comprehensive Physical Distribution Information System WG2   Education and Culture Information System WG3   Agricultural Information System WG4   Disaster Prevention/Forest Fire Prevention System WG5   Tele-Medicine System WG6   Environment Monitoring/Flood Monitoring System Background and Objectives
  • 6. Concept of the Project Research and Cooperation
  • 7. Comprehensive Physical Distribution Information System
  • 8. Comprehensive Physical Distribution Information System (con’t)
  • 9. Comprehensive Physical Distribution Information System (con’t)
  • 10. Comprehensive Physical Distribution Information System (con’t)
  • 11. Education Information System
  • 12. Education Information System (con’t) Network Concept
  • 13. Agriculture Information System ‚ h|‚l‚h‚s‚s‚Q‚P Agricultural Information Supply System
  • 14. Agriculture Information System (con’t)
  • 15. Disaster Prevention/Forest Fire Prevention System
  • 16. Disaster Prevention/Forest Fire Prevention System (con’t)
  • 17. Disaster Prevention/Forest Fire Prevention System (con’t)
  • 18. Disaster Prevention/Forest Fire Prevention System (end)
  • 19. Tele-Medicine System
  • 20. Environment Monitoring/Flood Monitoring System
  • 21. Environment Monitoring/Flood Monitoring System (con’t)
  • 22. Environment Monitoring/Flood Monitoring System (con’t)
  • 23. Environment Monitoring/Flood Monitoring System (con’t)
  • 24. III. e-Sri Lanka Development Strategy Source: World Bank
  • 25. e-Sri Lanka Development Project The project aims to support the following six programs: 1. ICT Policy, Leadership and Institutional Development Program 2. ICT Human Resources Development and Industry Promotion Program 3. Regional Telecommunications Network Program 4. Telecenter Development Program . 5. Reengineering Government Program 6. e-Society Program
  • 26. The Role of ICT in National Strategies: A Typology IV. e-Strategies Source: UNDP-APDIP The Role of ICT in National Strategies: A Typology National ICT Strategy ICT as a Sector ICT as an Enabler Export Market Focus (Costa Rica & India) National Capacity/ Domestic Market Focus (Brazil) Global Positioning Focus (Malaysia) Development Goals Focus (South Africa & Estonia)
  • 27. ICT Policies
    • Why do you need policies?
    • They are guiding tools
    • They set direction and focus
    • They lead National Development Goals
    • They ensure transparencies
    • They promote accountability
    • They foster effectiveness and systematic development
    • They enable every citizen to take part in decision process
    • Policies need strategies
    • Strategies need action plan
    • Action Plans need implementation
    Strategies are a set of concrete directions that address policies Policies become action-oriented through Strategies Without Strategies, policies will not have much meaning
  • 29. ICT Policy eStrategies Action Plans e-Readiness
    • eStrategies should lead to Action Plans
    • Action Plans need eReadiness assessments
      • To measure capacities
      • To find niche areas
      • To evaluate further actions
      • To recommend policy (through feedback loop)
    E-Assessment feedback
  • 30. The ICT Environment Human Development eEducation eHealth eSociety eCulture eCommunities eAgriculture eEnvironment eCulture eBusiness eGovernance Infrastructure, content and applications Policies and Strategies
  • 31. Strategic Compact Human Capacity Policy Content & Applications Enterprise Infrastructure The ICT Environment (con’t)
  • 32. Maximum development benefit is achieved when a set of interrelated components are pursued in conjunction with one another so that the interplay among them becomes catalytic.
    • Infrastructure
    • Relative Ubiquity
    • Strategically-Focused Capacity
    • Enterprise
    • Finance and Credit
    • Fair Tax Regime
    • Property Rights and Commercial Law
    • Access to Global/ Local Markets
    • Efficiency and Reach of Local Business
    • Demand Stimulus
    • Policy
    • Transparency and Inclusion
    • Regulatory Framework
    • Institutional Capacity
    • Human Capacity
    • Intermediaries and Technology Users
    • Knowledge Workers
    • Entrepreneurs
    • Strategic Compact
    • New Collaborative Partnerships
    • Strategic Alignment
    • Coordinated Action
    • Vision and Leadership
    Components of a Development Dynamic Source: Digital Opportunity Initiative – a public-private partnership of UNDP, Markle Foundation and Accenture Strategic Compact
    • Content and Applications
    • Relevance and Usability
    • Language Compatibility
    • Affordability
    • Development Applications
    Human Capacity Policy Infra-structure Content Enter-prise
  • 33. W: E: [email_address]