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The Philippine Councilors League - Eastern Visayas Chapter (PCL-EVC) organized a training-workshop on e-Governance, Current Trends in Information Technology and Office Applications last April 25-27, 2008 at the AMA Computer Learning Center here.

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ICTs are changing the way the government does business for people - The United Nation’s e-Government Survey 2008 presents an assessment of governments in enhancing public service delivery while improving the efficiency and productivity of government processes and systems.

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The United Nations just released its 2008 E-Government Readiness Report, ranking countries by e-government development and Oman ranks 84th position in e-Government with an e-Government readiness index of 0.4691.

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South Africa has been ranked 35th in a global electronic readiness (e-Readiness) survey, thus leading the continent in the 2007 edition as announced by the Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) at this year's eNNOVATE expo in Lagos.

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E-readiness continues to advance across the globe. Indeed, the average e-readiness score of the 70 countries in this year's rankings rose to 6.39 (on a 1-10 scale), up from 6.24 in 2007.

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Angola stands in the 127th position in the ranking of the United Nations electronic governance ranking, after having risen 31 places from the year 2005 today.

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Angola stands in the 127th position in the ranking of the United Nations electronic governance ranking, after having risen 31 places from the year 2005 today. This was said Friday in Luanda by the deputy minister of Science and Technology, Pedro Teta. The official, who was reacting to this year’s UN e-Government Survey report, said this rise was owed to the central Government effort that led to the country’s shooting from its previous 158th position of the year 2005. According to the deputy minister, with this rise, Angola stands 15th from among African countries and seventh in the Southern Africa Development Community (SADC), making an effort to rank among the first 10 of the continent and first five of the regional organisation. “Angola has excelled at world level for its rapid evolution in the electronic governance and if we continue with the current policies, we have the potential to rise further, with chances of reaching the leading places of the world average in the coming five years,” he said.The e-Government Readiness Index is established on the basis of three sub-indicators that are the rate of access to Internet; Angola there was 67th from among 192 countries, with 44 percent, 54 percent in human capital and infrastructure (two percent), where Angola has to develop in coming challenges. To the deputy minister, the Government has established 69 portals, ranging from the provincial governments, ministries and others, including seminars it has held.During the press conference, the deputy minister hinted that the Government of Angola will attend the summit of African leaders that Microsoft will organise from 21-23 this year in Burkina Faso, on "Good Electronic Governance Practices”, taking into account the UN world ranking. Among other purposes, at the said summit, Angola will have the accords signed with Microsoft four years ago reinforced. One of the premises of the accord is the opening, in May this year, of an office of Microsoft for the African Portuguese Speaking Countries (Palop) in Angola. The first 15 positions of the e-Government Readiness ranking are taken by Sweden, Denmark, Norway, USA, Holland, South Korea, Canada, Australia, France, UK, Japan, Swiss, Ethiopia, Luxemburg and Finland.

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Good and Bad Aspects of Web 2.0 Web 2.0 is very ambiguous and it has been argued that it is leading us to a collective intelligence and will result in a form of new democratisation. There is too much talk of technical possibility on one end and social change on the other. There needs to be better consideration of the two aspects to gain a more valuable insight into the possible impacts of Web 2.0.

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The next big development in e-government should make the iPod generation feel at home. Called igovt, it's a service that will allow us to log on to government websites and securely do all manner of transactions.

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A trend towards reforming the public sector has emerged in many countries in recent years spurred, primarily by the aspirations of citizens around the world, who are placing new demands on governments. The success of government leaders is increasingly being measured by the benefits they are creating for their constituents, namely, the private sector, citizens and communities. These ‘clients’ of government demand top performance and efficiency, proper accountability and public trust, and a renewed focus on delivering better service and results.

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