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Information Society, Estonia

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Prima intilnire oficiala pe care am am avut-o in Estonia a fost cu domnii Aivo Lepp si Margus Püüa de la Department of State Information din cadrul Ministerului Economiei si Comunicatiilor din Estonia.

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Information Society, Estonia

  1. 1. Sinu logo<br />InformationSociety<br />Aivo LeppDepartment of State InformationMinistry of Economic Affairs and CommunicationsTel +3726397661aivo.lepp@mkm.ee<br />
  2. 2. Administration<br />Sinu logo<br />Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications is responsible for the general ICT coordination – more precisely the Department of State Information Systems<br /><ul><li>IT legislation
  3. 3. State policy about Information Society
  4. 4. International cooperation in the field of state ICT (EU,OECD)
  5. 5. Starting of important project from state point of view
  6. 6. Planning of ICT investmentsfrom EU funds</li></li></ul><li>Sinu logo<br />Estonian Information Society Strategy 2013<br /><ul><li>Development of citizen- centered and inclusive society
  7. 7. Access to digital info, improving skills (MKM, SIM)
  8. 8. Development of knowledge-based economy
  9. 9. Promotion of ICT in education and competitiveness of Estonian ICT sector (EAS)
  10. 10. Development of citizen- centered, transparent and efficient public administration
  11. 11. Efficiency on public sector, user friendly e-services (all ministries)</li></li></ul><li>Sinu logo<br />Information Society Strategy in State Strategy (2010)<br />Information Society Strategy 2013 (Governement act)<br />State Budget Strategy 2010 (Parliament)<br />Strategy`s implementation plan 2010-2011 (Government act)<br />Different financing acts (Government acts or by minister)<br />
  12. 12. 2014<br />2009<br />2010<br />2012<br />2011<br />2013<br />2008<br />2007<br />InformationSocietyStrategy 2013<br />Version 2<br />Version 1<br />ActionPlan 2007-2008<br />InformationSocietyStrategynextversion<br />ActionPlan 2008-2009<br />ActionPlan 2009-2010<br />ActionPlan 2010-2011<br />ActionPlan 2011-2012<br />ActionPlan 2012-2013<br />Strategy`s implementation plan<br />5<br />
  13. 13. Sinu logo<br />InformationSocietyinStateBudget<br /><ul><li>Estonian state budget in 2010 is EUR 5.4 billion
  14. 14. Expenditure to ICT ca (1%)isEUR 54 million
  15. 15. Personnel: 30%
  16. 16. Development: 30%
  17. 17. Hardware: 40%</li></li></ul><li>Sinu logo<br />Example: Fast internet inruralareas<br />Information Society Strategy 2013<br />Policyoffast internet: 100 mb internet to all<br />Implementation plan 2010-2011<br />1.Economic Environment 2.Modernization and Development of Villages <br />3.Strengthening Regional Competitive Capacity<br />
  18. 18. Sinu logo<br />In the Estonian Information Society Strategy 2013 one of the core actions is “4.1.1.Expanding Technical Possibilities for Access to Digital Information” - implemented as EstWin project<br />The national BB development plan sets as its objectives:<br />100% of homes, businesses and institutions have the opportunity to join the new generation broadband network and use an Internet connection with a data transfer rate of at least 100 Mbit/s.<br />A fibre optic base network has been completed so that 98% of households, businesses and institutions are located within 1.5 km of the nearest point of connection to the base network.<br />The deadline for the realization of the aims is the year 2015<br />
  19. 19. Sinu logo<br />The realization has been divided into 2 phases. According to the initial plan, about 6000 km of transmission connections and about 1400 network connection locations will have to be built.<br />I phase: 2010 of 2011 – 2000 km of transmission connections will be built. Indicative sum is 25 million EUR.<br />II phase: 2012-2015 – 4000 km of transmission connections will be built. Indicative sum is 45 million EUR.<br />
  20. 20. Sinu logo<br />The realization has been divided into 2 phases. According to the initial plan, about 6000 km of transmission connections and about 1400 network connection locations will have to be built.<br />I phase: 2010 of 2011 – 2000 km of transmission connections will be built. Indicative sum is 25 million EUR.<br />II phase: 2012-2015 – 4000 km of transmission connections will be built. Indicative sum is 45 million EUR.<br />
  21. 21. Sinu logo<br />EstWin network is a physical fiber network; <br />The owner of this network does not install any data communication equipment into this network. <br />The owner of EstWin network will rent fibers of the fiber network on equal terms to all operators. <br />There will be established facilities to the final terminals of EstWin network for operators to connect to the network.<br />For that purpose there will be equipment lockers or containers with power supply at the final terminals of network. <br />All operators renting the fibers can also rent an equipment space and install their equipment to these final terminals of network.<br />
  22. 22. Sinu logo<br />
  23. 23. Sinu logo<br />
  24. 24. Sinu logo<br />There is no specific legislation facilitating broadband investment, but there is underway discussions what should bring out most burden like rules for example in TheLawofPropertyAct and inConstructionLaw. Rules are strictmainlyfor market players and raiseexpenditureofprojects - meaningthat “cable” isonlysmall part offromdeliveringoftheinfrastructure.<br />Main breakthroughislegislativeagreementwith Road Administration. Agreementletstobuildinfrastructuredirectlybytheroads. Therehavebeenalsoprojectsthatfacilitate civil works synergies. <br />

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