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31. E-Government Course - Knowledge and Use of Open Source Software
  Tuesday, January 30, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania Public Service College will conduct the above said course with the objective of enabling the participants to understand and utilize the knowledge and consideration required for the introduction and use of open software. Duration of the course is two weeks from April 16th 2007.
 
32. Global E-Government 2006
  Friday, October 27, 2006  by Admin
  This report presents an update on global e-government using government websites around the World. One of the specific features of government websites, is to see how much material is available to inform citizens. For e-Government service delivery, the number and type of online services offered is looked at. Some of the research findings indicate that since 2001, there has been an increase in the services offered by government websites; increase in government websites with disability access and an increase in providing privacy and security policies.
 
33. 25 steps to e-Government
  Monday, September 25, 2006  by Admin
  e-Governance is said to be pill of all ills of Governance. However many e-Governance projects are not succeeding or are facing bottlenecks. There is resistance to change or duplication of efforts in many initiatives; local language issues; lack of planning; lack of infrastructure; Universal Access being an issue; lack of Process and Legal Reforms; technology and architecture. This paper gives twenty five steps for successful e-governance implementation.
 
34. Intergovernmentalism - Challenges and Opportunities
  Thursday, September 21, 2006  by Admin
  It is critical to ensure technology solutions provided by e-Government infrastructure are within the reach of the citizens. In this regard, successful e-government projects not only attract citizens already connected to the internet but also pull people who are not connected.
 
35. EU Supports Tanzanias good governance initiative
  Wednesday, May 10, 2006  by Admin
  Good governance is a component embedded in most areas of co-operation at macro and sector levels so that proper management of public funds, financial accountability and dissemination of information is promoted.
 
36. EU Supports Tanzanias good governance initiative
  Wednesday, May 10, 2006  by Admin
  Good governance is a component embedded in most areas of co-operation at macro and sector levels so that proper management of public funds, financial accountability and dissemination of information is promoted.
 
37. EU Supports Tanzanias good governance initiative
  Wednesday, May 10, 2006  by Admin
  Good governance is a component embedded in most areas of co-operation at macro and sector levels so that proper management of public funds, financial accountability and dissemination of information is promoted.
 
38. Aid Management Platform - Transparency, Efficiency, Coordination
  Wednesday, May 03, 2006  by Admin
  The Development Gateway Aid Management Platform (AMP) is an information-sharing tool that lets governments of developing countries streamline their handling of international aid. AMP provides a virtual workspace where governments and their donors can share aid information.

 
39. Demystifying the Budget Process in Tanzania: A Seminar to Promote Civil Society Advocacy
  Wednesday, March 22, 2006  by Admin
  The main purposes of this seminar were to raise awareness and stimulate advocacy around
Tanzania’s budgeting process. The budget is an area of government process that continues to
mystify a large majority of civil society and thus remains a hurdle for civil society to
effectively hold government accountable on both issues of finance and policy implementation. Budget documents can be difficult to obtain and understand resulting in the majority of Tanzanians remaining very alienated from government spending.
 
40. Linking countries international policies to poverty
  Wednesday, March 22, 2006  by Admin
  In a world of increasing economic integration the success of the poverty reduction programmes of countries depends critically on their international economic and financial policies. Such programmes need to be linked not only with national policies, as discussed in chapter 3, but also with countries international policies - which can have a decisive impact on poverty.
 
41. Learning from experience with performance assessment frameworks for general budget support
  Thursday, December 15, 2005  by Admin
  This report provides the findings of a study financed by SECO and undertaken under the auspices of the OECD-DAC multi-country evaluation of General Budget Support (GBS). The overall objective was to gather preliminary lessons on what could be good international practice in the development of Performance Assessment Frameworks (PAFs) for GBS.
 
42. East Africa Community sets the pace for e-government
  Tuesday, October 25, 2005  by Admin
  The Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) in collaboration with the East African Community (EAC) and the Advancing IT Knowledge in Africa-Tanzania (AITEC-Tanzania), is organizing a regional workshop on e-government strategy from 17 to 19 November 2004 at the International Conference Center in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
The workshop, based on the framework of AISI implementation activities at sub-regional level, will combine expertise from diverse arrays of Government including ICT policymakers,
 
43. Designing e-Government for the Poor
  Tuesday, October 25, 2005  by Admin
  Many nations have developed an e-government strategy, and are rapidly expanding the use of ICT in governance by establishing online public services and digital collaboration between government ministries. However, successful implementation of e-government remains a challenge. The Regional Workshop on Designing E-government for the Poor assisted the participants to gain a better understanding of e-government, and build capacity for the planning and implementing e-government for the poor.
 
44. Tanzania: cybercafe boom but govt policy holds back growth
  Tuesday, October 25, 2005  by Admin
  Tanzania: cybercafe boom but govt policy holds back growth - Tanzania has experienced a very rapid growth in cybercafes. It is unclear whether demand is mainly local or from tourists but the countrys local internet user base is growing. Government policy has been slow to encourage further investment. However the Government has an ambitious scheme to promote greater connectivity. A recent survey by Tanzanias Business Times shows that thousands of people flock into internet cafes in Dar Es Salaam everyday to surf the net and read their e-mail.
 
45. Designing e-Government for the Poor
  Tuesday, October 25, 2005  by Admin
  Many nations have developed an e-government strategy, and are rapidly expanding the use of ICT in governance by establishing online public services and digital collaboration between government ministries. However, successful implementation of e-government remains a challenge. The Regional Workshop on Designing E-government for the Poor assisted the participants to gain a better understanding of e-government
 

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