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16. Bosi wa Tanesco alipuliwa kwa ufisadi
  Tuesday, July 28, 2009  by Admin
17. Tanzanians given tips to succeed in race for jobs
  Tuesday, July 28, 2009  by Admin
18. Govt chemist joins efforts to fight albino killings
  Tuesday, July 28, 2009  by Admin
19. Kikwete kicks off optic fibre link up
  Friday, July 24, 2009  by Admin
  President Jakaya Kikwete has promised Tanzanians state-of-the-art Internet connectivity and fast link to the outside world, declaring the country had entered a new era in telecommunications.
 
20. UN E-Government Survey 2008
  Monday, January 14, 2008  by Admin
  The results of the global survey indicate that governments are moving forward in egovernment development around the world. However, given the high demands placed by e-government on a multitude of foundational pillars which include prerequisites of infrastructure, appropriate policies, capacity development, ICT applications, and relevant content that need to be in place to fully implement e-government services, progress is slow.
 
21. UN E-Government Survey 2008
  Monday, January 14, 2008  by Admin
  The results of the global survey indicate that governments are moving forward in egovernment development around the world. However, given the high demands placed by e-government on a multitude of foundational pillars which include prerequisites of infrastructure, appropriate policies, capacity development, ICT applications, and relevant content that need to be in place to fully implement e-government services, progress is slow.
 
22. Plan International, Rita sign birth registration contract worth 52m Tshs
  Monday, November 12, 2007  by Admin
  Plan International and the Registration, Insolvency and Trustees Agency (RITA) have signed a memorandum of understanding on a pilot project on birth registration in Kibaha District, Coast Region worth 52m/-. Rita CEO, Dickson Maimu said that a total of 39.9m/- had been paid to his agency, adding that 12m/- would be used by Plan Tanzania for the implementation of the same. The funds would be directed towards staff training and baseline survey.
 
23. The African e-Governance Forum 2007 theme was Utilising ICT for more Efficient, Effective and Inclusive Governance
  Tuesday, May 15, 2007  by Admin
  One of the presentations noted that E-governance was meaningless without good governance. E-governance had a wide range of applications and implications. It covered the use of ICT in linking up central government with provincial and local government structures and also required appropriate policies with implications for human development, intellectual and content development.
 
24. Regional Impact of Information Society Technologies in Africa Policy and Legal Framework for e-Government
  Tuesday, April 24, 2007  by Admin
  Regional Impact of Information Society Technologies in Africa ("IST-Africa") is a multi-stakeholder initiative focused on reducing the Digital Divide in Sub-Saharan Africa. The IST-Africa eGovernment Training Workshop for Tanzania was held on February 28th – March 1st 2007 at the Tanzania Commission for Science and Technology Conference Hall. The presentations were under the modules - ICT Strategy, Methodologies and Tools; Development of an ICT Vision, e-Strategy, Policies and Action Plan; the e-Government; and Cyberlaw.
 
25. E-Government in Developing Countries. Lessons Learned from Republic of Korea
  Tuesday, April 24, 2007  by Admin
  Several materials are provided to help decision makers, public officers and private partner carry out e-government project in developing countries. The toolkit is based on the experience of the Republic of Korea, as this country is currently considered one of global leader in the e-government implementation, still making efforts to develop and utilize better services.
 
26. New Push for e-Government
  Wednesday, April 04, 2007  by Admin
  Vice-President Dr Ali Mohamed Shein has laid a foundation stone in Dar es Salaam for a building that will act as the hub for e-government. Laying down the foundation stone for Network Management Centre, he said the proposed building will boost the state's effort to put up electronic governance into practice.
 
27. The Journey Towards eGovernment Excellence
  Wednesday, March 14, 2007  by Admin
  This training workshop will take place from 19th - 23rd March 2007 at the Tanzania Global Development Learning Centre. For more information please contact Mr. Hare on harry@africanedevelopment.org.
 
28. Implementing e-Government Services in East Africa: Assessing Status through Content Analysis of Government Websites
  Tuesday, March 13, 2007  by Admin
  There are several benefits presumed to be associated with e-Government services which translate to provision of direct services to users. A fully fledged e-Government service is supposed to provide users with a one stop centre to access and transact the information they need via a government website. This study concludes that most East African websites are at the first and second stages of the website development and corresponding e-Government services.
 
29. Most eGovernment-for-Development projects fail: How can risks be reduced
  Tuesday, March 13, 2007  by Admin
  eGovernment can make a valuable contribution to development. However, at present, the majority of e-government-for-development projects fail either totally or partially. This paper explains the underlying cause of failure: the oversize gaps between project design and on-the-ground reality. The dimensions of these gaps are identified, as are archetypal situations in which failure is likely to occur. The paper then provides a step-by-step guide to identifying and addressing failure risks for e-government projects. It concludes with a real-world case study of using the design-reality gap approach to reduce risks in an e-government project.
 
30. Enhancing HR Productivity Using ICTs: Opportunities and Challenges for Tanzania
  Friday, March 09, 2007  by Admin
  Information and communication technologies provide potential for enhancing productivity of human resources in both public and private sectors. However, net returns on ICTs capital have been observed to be higher in many of the developed countries than in developing countries. This paper demonstrates how ICTs can enhance human resource productivity and some of the prerequisites needed to attain high human resource productivity from ICTs.
 

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