Transcript of "E gov policy compliance situation may 2012"
Actions taken to implement eGovernment Policy andProgress of Implementation Wasantha Deshapriya Director Re-engineering Government Programme ICTA
eGovernment Policy HistoryNovember 2004 – ICTA formed a policy CommitteeInputs of CIOs, government organizations, private organizations,citizens, associations etc.Cabinet approval on 2009-12-16Time framework – Jan 2010 to Dec 2012Vision “To adopt ICT in all its aspects to make government moreefficient and effective, improve access to government services, and create a more citizen centric government”
eGovernment Policy Structure7 Sections27 Sub sections138 policy requirementsSection 1: ICT ManagementSection 2: Procurement and Contractual issuesSection 3: Communication InterfaceSection 4: Networking and ConnectivitySection 5: Web PresenceSection 6: Government NetworkSection 7: Human Resource Development
eGovernment Policy Workshops Category Number of Participants Organizations CoveredMinistries 57 CIOs & Heads of OrganizationsDepartments 91 CIOs & Heads of OrganizationsDistrict Secretariats 21 CIOs & Heads of OrganizationsDivisional Secretariats 305 CIOs, Staff officers & Head of OrganizationProvincial Councils & Provincial 275 CIOs, Staff officersorganizations & Heads of OrganizationsStatutory Boards 210 CIOs & Heads of Organizations 959
Assessment of of eGovernment Policy Compliance - Attempt 12010-05-31- Circular No SP/SB/03/10 (Issued by Secretary to the President)14 Items 19 Policy Statements479 Submissions as at 2010-12-31Area covered is limited 45% 7% Over 75% Policy Compliance 50% to 75% Policy Compliance Below 50% Policy Compliance 48%
Collection of eGovernment Policy Compliance Attempt 2Circular No SB/5/1/ICTA/Re-Gov 2011-06-24(Issued by Secretary to the President)Requested compliance for 40 policy requirementsWas sent with Templates & formats
Assessment of of eGovernment Policy Compliance - Attempt 2Findings228 Government organizations respondedExtremely low conformity 36% 14% Over 75% Policy Compliance 50% to 75% Policy Compliance Below 50% Policy Compliance 49%
ObservationsPolicy requirements are in a big rangeThe organizations at the beginning of eGovernment journey can not understand high level requirementsExtremely difficult to assess the complianceSome policy requiremetns are vague, some are obsoleteThere are new areas to be addressed. e.g. data sharing
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