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  • PV-Decisions
    succès sur une métaphore celle du campus virtuel où les lieux de travail à l écran sont adaptés aux lieux réels de la vie d apprentissage Cultures et langues de l internet cet atelier a largement mis l accent sur l importance vitale de la diversité culturelle et linguistique dans les réseaux globaux suggérant que l Isoc Wallonie assure le suivi pour la Wallonie des travaux de la Commission spécialisée de Terminologie de l Informatique et des Composants électroniques organisée par la Délégation à la Langue française à Paris Par ailleurs 2001 étant l année européenne des langues l action de l Isoc Wallonie sera pertinente dans le cadre de la présidence belge pendant la seconde partie de l année 2001 Nous devons également nous préparer aux nouvelles techniques permettant d accéder à la mémoire collective en intégrant tous les niveaux du savoir dans leurs détails pour constituer un catalogue dynamique de la connaissance une majorité de ces outils virtuels existant déjà dans de nombreuses langues L Isoc Wallonie continuera ainsi ses travaux au sein de l Isoc et de l ISTF Internet Societal Task Force Liberté d expression et gouvernance de l internet les pays d Europe doivent construire leur indépendance sur le plan technique du réseau construire un n ud relais en Europe pour ne plus dépendre des Etats Unis sur ce plan Il est essentiel de renforcer le multilinguisme sur l internet Nous devons sur le plan européen assurer une cohésion des réseaux de la connaissance dans la mesure où la quantité et la qualité de nos sources sont imposantes à l échelle de l humanité De plus nous devons augmenter notre vigilance sur le plan de la gouvernance mondiale de l internet à tous les niveaux de pouvoir wallon communautaire et fédéral afin de participer aux décisions mondiales dans ce domaine en particulier au sein de l ICANN Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers Il importe également de faire l évaluation des rapports de la Commission européenne qui tendent parfois à l éparpillement les nouvelles formules e Europe e Commerce etc sèment la confusion alors que l Europe existe Les enjeux l Europe et la Francité Les conclusions de ces débats se présentent sous forme d enjeux avec notamment ceux de l Europe et de la francité il s agit de surmonter les résistances et d agir La terminologie informatique la production de cours en français pour l enseignement secondaire en ligne la classification des ressources existantes sont autant d enjeux par rapport auxquels des pistes déjà construites ne demandent qu à être valorisées La solidarité Wallonie Europe monde nécessite que l internet soit construit comme un outil accessible et efficace pour tous L implication des chapitres francophones de l Internet Society semble évidente sur ces plans Les chapitres France Luxembourg Québec et Wallonie réunis ce 17 juin marquent leur volonté d agir dans ce sens en faisant appel rapidement aux chapitres francophones d Afrique Un portail LaFrancité alliant à la langue française l esprit

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  • ICANN : Current positions and prospects
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  • EC-POP presentation
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  • What is MEDEF ?
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  • eGovernment_Photos_01-12-08
    Delmas DG INFSO ISOC Wallonie board Giuseppe Zilioli EC DG INFSO Sylvie Nigot CITA FUNDP Giuseppe Zilioli EC DG INFSO George Chatillon Paris I Sorbonne Henry d Anethan Fabrimetal ISOC Wallonie Christian de Larrinaga ISOC England President Paul Ficheroulle Parlement wallon ISOC Wallonie Philippe Destatte Institut Jules Destrée ISOC Wallonie Olle Thylander ISOC Sweden Radu Cotet FUNDP ISOC Wallonie Eric Tomson Siemens ISOC Wallonie Julie Patte Gouvernement wallon Herman Hollander Executive Director ISOC Netherlands Christophe van Vaerenbergh ISOC Flanders in formation Richard Francis ISOC Enlgand Michel Bruneel FUNDP Henry d Anethan Fabrimetal ISOC Wallonie Christian de Larrinaga ISOC England President Paul Ficheroulle Parlement wallon ISOC Wallonie Philippe Destatte Institut Jules Destrée ISOC Wallonie Olle Thylander ISOC Sweden Paul Ficheroulle Parlement wallon ISOC Wallonie Philippe Destatte Institut Jules Destrée ISOC Wallonie Olle Thylander ISOC Sweden Radu Cotet FUNDP ISOC Wallonie Julie Patte Gouvernement wallon Jonathan Robin ISOC France Marie Anne Delahaut Institut Jules Destrée ISOC Wallonie Tommi Karttaavi ISOC Finland President Richard Delmas DG INFSO ISOC Wallonie board Patrick Vande Walle DG INFSO ISOC Luxemburg Jean Pierre Jacquet ISOC Wallonie Christophe van Vaerenbergh ISOC Flanders in formation Richard Francis ISOC Enlgand Michel Bruneel FUNDP Tanguy Ewbank de Wespin CITA FUNDP Sylvie

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  • 2001-12-08_Nigot-Sylvie
    made official between the federal state the communities and the regions This agreement is about the building and the use of a common plate forme This agreement proposes 5 main axes to work on The creation of a common portal A middleware A common use of the unique ID number for Citizen and businesses The electronic ID card A general architecture of the administrative databases Main sources Web site http www cirb irisnet be documentfr htm egovernment Slide 4 Political intentions 2 2 Regional level Wallonia 2000 Contrat d avenir pour la Wallonie 2001 Wall on line programme è Contrat d avenir pour la Wallonie This contract describes the action programme of the Walloon government The contract is about the common objective to improve the life quality of the citizens It also talks about the method and the means to reach this goal Objective To live in an active region on its way to the lasting development showing solidarity The government has defined four priorities to reach this goal A lasting economical development particularly through very small businesses and middle size businesses The speeding up of the development of the districts supported by Europe The future of the youth The knowledge society Within the fourth priority the Knowledge society the region believes that the TIC are a driving element for the region They want to support the working in network in the institutions the regional agents etc in order to promote the access to knowledge to simplify procedures and the administrative burden and obstacles Different projects to promote the knowledge diffusion of TIC In the schools cyber schools network Within people citizens In the local and regional administrations In the enterprises In the universities In the region Main sources Web site http gov wallonie be gov gov textes caw htm è Wall on line The programme Wall on line has been launched by the minister president of the walloon region on the 13 th of June 2001 The objective of this programme is to allow every citizen to communicate efficiently with the administration within a time period of 4 or 5 years 4 phases towards the OSG Information To provide information to the citizen or the businesses about specific subjects Interaction The site proposes some interactive services like intelligent forms forums email exchanges etc Transaction One or several web sites grouped together in a OSG propose via an electronic from a treatment related to a specific action Transformation Electronic services are fully integrated with the public administration services The user can modify information related to him her and these modification are automatically transferred to every services concerned Working methods It s an organisation in four levels Steering committee Project team Thematic groups Project leaders Great importance given to the equality of access to all as well as to security Main Sources Web site http WWW awt be Slide 5 Achievements prospects 1 2 Federal level Achievements National portal 1 st draft All federal public services have a web site Mainly

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  • Chapitres de l ’ISOC
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  • 2001-12-08_Zilioli-Giuseppe
    life The next framework programme will include finance for work in this domain Further we should consider others specific issues which complement the answer to the above question ISSUES relating to the Administrations New organisational structure for the PA This area is being actively researched and in some cases PA services are being reorganised However it is happening principally at local level It will take some considerable time before national government is reorganised New IT philosophy A change from IT unit serving the department to all pervasive computing should be the trend The pivotal role of the IT manager in PA must change because all managers must be engaged in this process The management of the technology by the PA has been and still is a major and in many cases unresolved problem The decision makers in PA are faced with a disruption of their career structure and are leaving the task of adopting the technology to their IT sections For the most part they continue to compartmentalise IT rather than instituting the organisational changes needed Many public employees are not fully informed of all aspects of the services that they provide As those services are delivered on the Internet the role of citizens and public employees will change Citizens will demand a higher level of service as they become better informed Service delivery will have to cope with citizens who wish greater freedom to serve themselves Public administrations will also have to better equip their employees to cope with the increased expectations and depth of demand Staff experience Several sectors notably banking and insurance are exploring the use of expert systems to train and enhance the capabilities of staff and to capture the expertise of experienced staff Indications from the field I would like now to present the two main conclusions that can be drawn from the results of the Web based Survey on Electronic Public Services part of the e EUROPE programme which aims to bring the benefits of the information society to all Europeans This survey is a benchmark exercise for the 15 EU member states plus Iceland and Norway which evaluates the percentage of basic public services available online The objectives of this benchmark are to enable member states to compare performance and to identify best practices in order to stimulate progress in the field of eGovernment A list of twenty common online public services has been drawn up by the Commission and the member states Twelve of the twenty services are aimed at individual citizens and eight at businesses 1 The online development of public services is enhanced by co ordinated service provision 2 Complex administrative procedures require important back office reorganisations It was obvious that the best results were achieved by public services with simple procedures and centrally co ordinated service provision for example job searches income tax VAT corporate tax and customs declarations On the other hand building permissions environmental permits and enrolment in higher education are more complex administrative procedures which are

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