The EGov Metrics Training Programme is the application of information and communications technology ICT to government and governance into a simple, ethical, reliable, responsive and innovative social model.
All E-government initiatives, no matter how sizeable, commence with a project aimed at transforming the
processes of government and thereby bringing services to citizens, businesses, and making government more connected.
Over the past two decades, the objectives of the public sector investment into information technology and e-government have evolved from increasing the quality and efficiency of internal government operations, through delivering better public services and making them available across traditional and electronic channels, to facilitating administrative and institutional reform, engaging citizens in policy- and decision-making processes, and (more recently) directly supporting policy and development goals within and across the health, education, economy, security and other sectors.
In order to respond to such objectives, contributions from an increasing range of actors including political and government leaders, public managers, agency staff (management, technical and service-level), business and non-profit partners, citizens and others are required.
To this end, however, the actors should understand their roles, possess competences (knowledge, skills and attitudes) required to fulfill the responsibilities associated with their roles, and be able to work together and across different roles.
The importance of E-government in facilitating effective and efficient service deliver, necessitates that E-government projects be initiated, implemented and managed efficiently and effectively.
Any effective programme for project management requires full understanding of the nature and complexity of
the project environment, tools and resources available, and the
management capabilities and skills.
From End User to Power User
ICT application to solve organizational tasks workshop is designed to enable staff in the organization acquire skills in the use of the word processor to solve their organization's management tasks.
The use of computers has significantly enhanced productivity and efficiency; Computers have generally led to improved performance and quality management through quick access to information. It provides a global communication, storage and computation which has no doubt brought tremendous growth of facilities and capabilities in computing.
The core concept will be based on a set of automation solutions that enable governments to plan, execute and monitor the budget.
From traditional finance to Big Open Data Integrated Financial Management scenarios and predictive models.
The future of Government Integrated Financial Management will be designed to improve the acquisition, allocation, utilization and conservation of public resources using automated and integrated information technology to facilitate the management of public financial resources.
It enhances accountability, transparency and is cost - effective in delivering public service in line with international best practices.
To support management and budget decisions, fiduciary
responsibilities, and the preparation of financial reports and
statements stats models, scenarios and predictive models.
The principal element that “integrates” this model, is a common, single, reliable platform database (or a series of interconnected databases) to and from which all data expressed in financial terms flow.
The main objective of the workshop is to develop the skills of the management and staff in the effective management of development projects. At the end of the training programme participants will be able to:
This programme is designed to equip participants with global best practice in project management.
For all personnel and functional staffs in public and private organizations.
The training methods and techniques will include lectures, analysis and discussions, best practices and case histories.
Multimedia audio-visual content will be used to enhance learning.
100 percent attendance and active participation.
The Fee shall cover course design, preparation and delivery, training materials, breakfast, lunch, and certificate for participants.
Governments should use open protocols for their eGovernment platforms to
have an innovative relationship with their citizens and comunities, (a less “possessive” attitude);
in this way they will earn future added value by meeting further citizens desires and needs,
and not being trapped with proprietary business solutions and products.