Capgemini Presentasjon Difis E Forvaltningskonferanse V1 0
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Norge sakker akterut på eForvaltning i forhold til andre land i Europa. Presentasjon holdt på Difis eForvaltningskonferanse mai. Foredraget kan sees her: http://media01.smartcom.no/Microsite/dss_01.aspx?eventid=6158
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The gap between the availability of services and their take‐up, shows that the public sector is facing important challenges to re‐think how public services can become more citizen‐centric.Some countries are now also experimenting with full personalisation of services in which the user has more control over selecting the type, format and configuration of a given service, as can be seen, for example, in the “MyPage” approach recently adopted in both Denmark and Norway, or in the United Kingdom’s “data.gov.uk” initiative.
The eProcurement Visibility of Contracting Authorities. In this benchmark, we have verified, by visiting the web sites of authorities, whether eProcurement is visible and available to potential suppliers online. This was measured on a sample of 791 authorities websites for 32 countries, of which 367 (46%) at national level and the others at federal/ regional or local level.E-Notofocation og eSubmission = 100% i Norge.E-Award – 60%: This phase includes the publication of awarded contracts, the availability of automated opening and evaluationof bids, and the availability of eAuctions.
Key enablers Out of the 9 measured horizontal enablers, 6 are available in Norway. These are: Out of those enablers that are typically made available to end users (E‐ID, Single Sign‐On, E‐Payment), E‐ID and Single Sign‐on can be used to interact with at least two government levels (national, regional and local). Monitoring of the usage of these enablers in essence takes place at the national level. In Norway, there is a legal basis for both the usage of authentic sources and architecture guidelines. Open specifications are used at the national, regional and local level.The following enablers are not yet in place: E‐Safe, Secure e‐Delivery and a Catalogue of Horizontal EnablersBack Office Enabler DescriptionAuthentic Sources Authentic Sources are base registries used by governments to automatically validate or fetch data relating to citizens or businesses.(ii) ePayment Electronic Payment (ePayment) is an electronic money transfer between government and citizens or business in eGovernment service delivery.(iii) eIdentityElectronic Identification (eID) is a government‐issued document for online identification, and authentication(iv) Open Specifications Open Specification are free and possibly standard specifications that can be used throughout eGovernment applications(v) Single Sign On Single Sign On (SSO) allows users to get access to multiple systems without the need to log in multiple times.(vi) Architecture Guidelines Architecture Guidelines are common architectural principles and guidance targeting a uniform and re‐usable service‐based approach.(vii) Catalogue of Horizontal EnablersCatalogue of Horizontal Enabler are a collection of technological enablers to be used acrossgovernmental environments.(viii) Secure eDeliverySecure Electronically Delivery (eDelivery) is a legally recognized secure delivery for electronic exchange of documents and data between government and citizens or businesses.(ix) eSafeElectronic Safe (eSafe) is a legally recognized system that allow for secure storage and retrieval of electronic documents.