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Day 3: Innovation in parliaments #3, Mr. Emanuel Correia, Director of Informatics, Parliament, Cabo Verde

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Day 3: Innovation in parliaments #3, Mr. Emanuel Correia, Director of Informatics, Parliament, Cabo Verde

  1. 1. Technology Infrastructure Information Emanuel J. Delgado Correia Email: emanuel.correia@parlamento.cv Móvel: (238) 995 7230
  2. 2. Republic of Cape Verde Area: 4,033 𝐾𝑚2 Population (census 2010): Resident: 491,875 Diaspora: Official language: Portuguese Government: Unitary semi-presidential republic Single Chamber National Assembly: Total Deputies: 72 Specialized Commissions: 5 Conferencia Mundial sobre el Parlamento Electrónico 2016 (World e-Parliament Conference)
  3. 3. Computer Services Administration Historic (2000 – 2004) Conferencia Mundial sobre el Parlamento Electrónico 2016 (World e-Parliament Conference)  IT was created the computer department – Office in charge specifically to coordinate and to manage the computer system network of the National Assembly.  There weren’t necessary equipment's available for all the workers of the parliament.  The Internet access was strict to the members of the board, some deputies and some service managers, on an individual basis.  There weren’t a structured data network. There were small networks in the Division of Financial Management, Editorial staff, Human Resources and Patrimony.  There weren’t an institutional e-mail system, which hampered the information exchange.
  4. 4. Computer Services Administration Historic (2000 – 2004) Conferencia Mundial sobre el Parlamento Electrónico 2016 (World e-Parliament Conference)  The parliament web site kept only static information. Its update was centralized and carried by a private company (which hampered the update process).  The plenary sessions were recorded in cassettes and the records served only for accomplishment of the minutes of the sessions.t  The phone communication system was analog, which contributes for high communication costs.  Until 2004, the Capeverdian Parliament had a single IT expert. Mid 2004, there was hired one more.
  5. 5. Computer Services Administration Historic (2005 – 2011) Conferencia Mundial sobre el Parlamento Electrónico 2016 (World e-Parliament Conference)  In the early 2005, all the workstations were combined in structured data network in the parliament domain (with controller of the main domain (CD), DNS Server, DHCP Server).  The Capeverdian Parliament had access to an internal e-mail service.  All the workstation had access to the Internet, through CVTelecom direct access.  There were installed access points to allow internet access in specific points of the Palace (Parliamentary Session Room, library, Specialized Commission Room, etc.).  It was built an Parliament web page, which comes to have more dynamic contents.
  6. 6. Conferencia Mundial sobre el Parlamento Electrónico 2016 (World e-Parliament Conference)  Was hired an fixed IP Address, allowing the publication of services such as e-mail, Web, etc.  The Plenary sessions were now digitally recorded.  The Capeverdian Parliament has invested in human resources for IT’s and communication (it was recruited more experts). Was created a Computer Services Administration. Computer Services Administration Historic (2005 – 2011)
  7. 7. THE PARLIAMENTARY REFORM NEW CHALLANGES The Reform Ad Hoc Commission of the Capeverdian Parliament has defined four strategic pillars: World e-Parliament – Chile 2016  Infrastructures and Equipment's  Communication: internet/ intranet/ teleconference/ VOIP/ Parliament Web Channel  Content development and system integrations  Security
  8. 8. THE PARLIAMENTARY REFORM NEW PROJECTS World e-Parliament – Chile 2016 PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE INFORMATION SYSTEM - PLIS ACCESS TO INFORMATION THROUGH PORTABLE DIVICES MINUTE SYSTEMS OF THE PLENARY SESSIONS WEB TV CHANNEL NEW PARLIAMENT WEB SITE DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT SYSTEM PARLIAMENT INTRANET
  9. 9. DATA CENTER INFRASTRUCTURE Fire protection; Own electrical switchboard, totally integrate UPS with a group of generators of NACV; High efficiency Cooling and low maintenance; Detection and fire extinction; Access Control System; Intruders Detection System; Video Surveillance; 24/7 Central Monitoring Platform, local and management through portable devices. SECURITY Equipment's: the latest generation Firewalls, 2 security levels with 2 differents Real Time reporting manufacturer. NETWORK Equipment's: CISCO Switch, Access Point, CISCO Router; Processing of 192 Gbps Interconnections up to 10 Gbps. SERVERS, STORAGE AND VIRTUALIZING SOLUTION Physical Servers with capacity for more than a 100 virtual servers; Storage of more than 40 Tbytes with the possibility for future expansion. World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  10. 10. Communication – VOIP SYSTEM  Telephony Services (IP Telephones with Display, Softphones, Wireless Telephones Wi-Fi, Conferences up to 6 users)  Integration with GSM Gateway (Calls of fixed telephones to mobile networks are automatically forwarded by BICS to a GSM Gateway and the calls are turned into a mobile-mobile fee)  Management System (Costs Control) World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  11. 11. TIME COUNTER SYSTEM SESSIONS ROOM Main Features  Speaker time control of the political parties and the government;  Deputies attendance list display in the sessions room;  Vote data display;  Registration and follow-up of the whole session. World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  12. 12. SOUND SYSTEM SESSIONS ROOM General features  Central Unit Control  Built-in Installation Unit (1 President unit and a 100 Delegate units)  Interpretation Unit (8 interpretation unties)  Simultaneous Translation System (a digital transmitter for 32 channels with 170 pocket receivers of 32 channels)  Electronic Voting System (including attendance registration) World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  13. 13. CAPEVERDIAN PARLIAMENT MORE TRANSPARENT CLOSEST TO CITIZENS NEW PARLIAMENT WEB SITE VIRTUAL PARLIAMENT PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE INFORMATION SYSTEM - PLIS WEB TV CHANNEL World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  14. 14. PARLIAMENT WEB SITE www.parlamento.cv Objective Intending to reach one of the objectives of the parliament reform – which is to bring the parliament closer to citizens, it has been developed a new web site more dynamic and interactive, with more information about parliamentary operations. World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  15. 15. Objective  Opening up to the world through promotion of the Palace architecture details, the operating procedures and the parliamentary history.  Allows to visit the physical space of the Nation Assembly, through the virtual platform, having only as instrument a computer connected to the internet. VIRTUAL PARLIAMENT World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  16. 16.  To improve efficiency, effectiveness and legislative quality.  To improve internal communication and to society.  To improve the transparency and the opening to society and the participation.  To increase the proximity of the national representatives to the voters. PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE INFORMATION SYSTEM (PLIS) Main Objectives World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  17. 17.  Generic Information about the (Agenda of the President, Plenary, Commissions, Notifications, etc.).  Information base for the management of the legislative activity of the parliament (Legislature, Plenary Sessions, Deputies, Commissions, etc.).  Information about Legislative Work (Projects and Proposed Law, Projects and Proposed Resolutions, Parliamentary Inquiry, Projects and Constitutional Revision, etc.).  Information about petitions, Hearings, Requirements, Interpellations, Debates, Questions to the Government, Evaluation of the Government program, Motion, etc. PARLIAMENT LEGISLATIVE INFORMATION SYSTEM (PLIS) Information made available through PLIS World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  18. 18.  To be one privileged communication channel of the parliament with the citizens, institutions and the whole society, using, in this case the audiovisual platform to promote the parliament works and events organized by the National Assembly. PARLIAMENT YOUTUBE CHANNEL Main Objectives World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  19. 19.  On-line emission of the Plenary Sessions via web – Giving to the citizens the possibility to watch full debates.  To construct an parliamentary debates video format historical archive.  To supply a broadcast quality signal to TV operators. WEB TV CHANNEL Main Objectives World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  20. 20. WEB TV CHANNEL Web TV Channel Infrastructure 8 HD 1080i robot video cameras. Plus 2 portable cameras. Control Room  Mixing desk  Character Generator  Record in the Server  Signal Distributor Live Signal broadcasting for TV. Available signal – HD-SDI. Audio and Video Signal monitoring. MXF Storage System. 32TB Capacity.  Listing  Recovery Integrated System with sound system. World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  21. 21. WEB TV CHANNEL Native Formats: 4K, 5K e 6K, XAVC, ProRes, DNxHD. Video Edition Format: AVI, DVD, MPEG-1, MPEG-4, WAV and Windows Media. Video Streaming. Broadcasting in IP network. Web TV Channel Infrastructure The first stream online videos World e-Parliament – Chile 2016
  22. 22. WEB TV CHANNEL live stream - Analytics Recorded Contents Hours PLENARY 18 Broadcasting Hours TV 14 INTERNET 18 Broadcasting View INTERNET 5,150 Country % view average Cape Verde 57,95 USA 7,3 Portugal 5,1 Holland 2,25 France 0,85 United Kingdom 0,8 Angola 0,55 Brazil 0,45 Switzerland 0,2 Italia 0,2 Outros 19,85 World e-Parliament – Chile 2016 Concerning the first broadcast online - Mayo/2016
  23. 23. emanuel.correia@parlamento.cv Wold e-Parliament – Chile 2016

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