E-Government Training

Concept of E-Archive and E-Portal

Duration:One-day Workshop

Workshop Outline

Understand the need for setting up e-government portal; Understand the source of archived information (laws, policies and documents); Access databases (e.g. internet access to downloadable information such as statistics)

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Use of Data and E-Governance

Duration: One-day Workshop

Workshop Outline

E-governance services delivery by different sectors and access to information; Understanding the quality and relevance of e-consultations and information-sharing; Understanding the need for networking and collaboration with partner institutions through e-governance; Setting up a regional network on e-governance

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Requirements for E-Governance Implementation; Law and Training

Duration:One-day Workshop

Workshop Outline

Understanding of the need for policies on e-governance; A review of legal texts, regulations, procedures, equipment, working environment and their adaptation to the efficient use of ICT for better productivity and performance; Understanding of the need to provide a continuous training in e-governance; Understanding of the need for electronic training in public administration and governance

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Introduction to E-Governance

Duration:40 Hour Training

Workshop Outline

This course introduces participants to the concept of e-governance within the context of democratic governance.

Overview of governance (global, political, administrative, corporate, socio-economic) The links between advances in ICT and global governance Understanding e-governance and differentiating it from e-government e-Corporate governance, e-political governance, e-socio-economic governance; e-Governance and the civil servant The link between e-governance and state legitimacy E-Government technology concepts. Challenges and opportunities associated with e-Government. The use of social media within the public sector

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Application of ICT in Human Resources Management and Development

Duration:24 Hour Training

Training Outline

This course aims at equipping HRM directors with enhanced capacities to better manage the HRM function in the civil service using e-applications.

Linking e-human resources management to client-focused government e-Recruitment; e-placement, e-job evaluation and classification e-Performance and compensation appraisal e-Management of separation e-Training needs assessment in the public service Human resources information system (HRIS) Visit to good practices HRM department in government or private sector

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Application of ICT in Financial Management, Budgeting and Accounting

Duration: 24 Hour Training

Training Outline

This course aims at equipping managers in line ministries and municipal/local authorities with enhanced capacities to better track deployment of public resources using e-applications.

Securing e-access to relevant government legislation governing financial regulations Exposure to e-software to prepare the national budget Application of e-software to track post-budget public expenditure patters Introduction to integrated financial information systems (IFIS) ICT applications in asset management Exposure to e-software to harmonize and track external resource mobilization in government operations

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ICT Application in Public Information and Communication

Duration: 24 Hour Training

Training Outline

This course aims at exposing participants to the utility of using ICT in improving the flow of information between government ministries and departments, and to the general population so as to mobilize public opinion in favor of administrative and governance reforms.

Introduction to national ICT policy Utilizing ICT to enhance circulation of information within government Optimizing ICT to communicate major government programs and policies to citizens Optimizing use of ICT to enable ministers and senior civil servants to gauge popularity or unpopularity of government programs and policies

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Application of ICT in General Management and Auditing

Duration: 24 Hour Training

Training Outline

This course aims at equipping senior and middle-level managers in the civil service/public sector with an enhanced appreciation of the value of ICT applications and tools in promoting more coherent and accountable management of public service.

Optimizing use of ICT to define outputs and wider outcome arising from government operations Optimizing ICT to ensure that all ministries, departments and sub-national governments are focused in their operations Optimizing ICT to hold senior government managers (permanent secretaries/under-secretaries, etc.) accountable for the performance of their administrative jurisdictions Optimizing ICT to encourage knowledge-sharing and career development in the public service

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E-Government Project Management

Duration: 40 Hour Training

Training Outline

The course will cover the five project management process groups defined in the PMI Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK) set forth by the Project Management Institute:

Project initiation Planning Execution Monitoring and control

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Optimizing Technology Management in Public Service Organizations

Duration: 40 Hour Training

Training Outline

IT staffing trends, including screening, recruiting and retention; Hardware trends, including server virtualization, consolidation and outsourcing; Software trends: Software as a Service (SaaS), open source and crowdsourcing; Service trends (service-oriented architecture, or SOA), mobility and public broadband; Disaster recovery and business continuity planning.

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Optimizing IT Planning in Public Service Organizations

Duration: 40 Hour Training

Training Outline

The central role of strategic planning in the development of e-Government practices; The role of IT in directing and supporting an organizations goals; How to optimally structure the IT team to ensure that it can be successful within the confines of an organization; Strategies for improving communication and cooperation between IT personnel and IT users.

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E-Government and Public Administration

Duration: 40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Phases of e-government, Brochure ware, Interactive, and Transaction The Five Stages of Electronic Government Development Statutes affecting e-government development Historical background of e-government development in the United States Current issues and trends in e-government Ways the Internet can improve government’s responsiveness to its constituents How to develop alternative Web presence methods Identifying career requirements needed as an administrator of e-government services Web site management How to develop constituents needs assessment

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Web Application Development (Open Source) for E-Government Promotion

Duration: 40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Introduction to E-Government, Enterprise Architecture (EA), Business Process Reengineering (BPR) Collective knowledge on e-Government promotion. Leadership training, Negotiation, Presentation for dissemination Structured Analysis and Design, Object Oriented Analysis and Design, Website Interface Design Linux Basics and System Construction, PHP Programming and Database Application Development, MySQL Construction and Operation, Software Testing Workshop, Action Plan to solve issues in business process of a project for developing a Web application system on Open Source Software platform.

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Information Security for E-Government Promotion

Duration: 40 Hour Training

Training Outline

Introduction to E-Government, Enterprise Architecture (EA), Open Source Software, Security Basic Construct and operate a security system on a computer network. Linux, Network basics, Construction of Internet Servers, Network Security, Firewall Construction, Measures against Illegal Access Security Policies, ISMS, Information Security Audit, Risk Analysis on Information Security Workshop, Action Plan to solve issues in developing and operating information security management systems.

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