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46. Tanzania national action plans developed by the country participants
  Tuesday, October 25, 2005  by Admin
  STATEMENT FROM THE PARTICIPANTS:
The participants thank the WORLD BANK for organizing the Program for the Anglophone Africa, Tanzania inclusive. The Program was extensive and educative. We do acknowledge the importance of improving and designing reforms in our judicial system. Through the program, we have gained much through the exchange of experiences with other countries, which participated in the program.
 
47. E-Governance Capacity Building
  Wednesday, August 03, 2005  by Admin
  e-governance is generally considered as a wider concept than e-government, since it can bring about a change in the way how citizens relate to governments and to each other. The idea of adopting ICTs is to move beyond the passive information-giving to active citizen involvement in the decision-making process.
 
48. E-Government Tool Kit for Developing Countries
  Wednesday, August 03, 2005  by Admin
  The toolkit offers an action framework involving all stakeholders in developing countries including parliamentarians, government executives, institutions as well as non governmental organizations and guide them through various phases in their e-government initiatives.
 
49. E-Government Tool Kit for Developing Countries
  Wednesday, August 03, 2005  by Admin
  The toolkit offers an action framework involving all stakeholders in developing countries including parliamentarians, government executives, institutions as well as non governmental organizations and guide them through various phases in their e-government initiatives.
 
50. Regional e-Government Framework
  Wednesday, July 20, 2005  by Admin
  The first e-Government workshop was held in Dar ed Salaam in November 2004 and another in Nairobi in June 2005. Between these two meetings, UNECA offered support of a consultant to develop a Draft Regional e-Government framework for East Afica. This report looks at the current EA e-Government status in relation to policy frameworks, applications, infrastructure and human resources. The document finally proposes a framework that will facilitate a significant increse in ICT infrastructure investment at the National level.
 
51. Report of the Working Group on Internet Governance
  Monday, July 18, 2005  by Admin
  This report was produced by the WGIG team which comprised of 40 members from Governments, private sector and civil society. Contents include a definition of Internet governance, identifying policy issues relevant to internet governance, a means of developing a common understanding of the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders from developed and developing countries. It also suggests recommendations related to internet governance mechanisms.
 
52. eCommerce in Tanzania
  Wednesday, June 15, 2005  by Admin
  eCommerce is the use of electronic networks to exchange information, products, services and payments for commercial and communication purposes. This paper was presented by Simbo Ntiro at a National Stakeholder Workshop in Dar es Salaam.
 
53. Pay Reform and Corruption in Tanzania's Public Service
  Tuesday, June 14, 2005  by Admin
  A paper presented at the seminar on Potential for Public pay reform to Eradicate Corruption Among Civil Servants in Tanzania, 28th May 2005.
 
54. Building ICT Capacity for Parliaments
  Thursday, February 17, 2005  by Admin
  This is a SWOPNet presentation on Capacity Building for e-Parliament. The paper looks at the future state of the parliament and the present, and then looks at the strategies to assist in the transition phase.
 
55. Majority of e-government projects in developing nations fail
  Monday, November 22, 2004  by Admin
  The World Bank which many e-government projects suc as e-procurement pilots, states that eighty five of these projects fail either partially or fully.
 
56. Govt spends 100m/- on local authority computers
  Friday, November 19, 2004  by Admin
  The government has spent more than 100m/- to computerize local government operations, it was announced yesterday.

Speaking to The Guardian after official opening of the ICT training seminar for local government officers, the Acting Dar es Salaam Regional Administrative Secretary, Dan Kantabula, said the funds were disbursed to 50 district councils.
 
57. e-Government Readiness Assessment
  Monday, October 04, 2004  by Admin
  The presentation looks at the factors that a national government should consider when embarking on a e-Government program. Some mentioned areas include the national purpose and objectives of the program, the readiness of citizens and the private sector.
 
58. Innovative Transformational Change Management
  Monday, October 04, 2004  by Admin
  This is a paper that was presented at the CESPAM Executive Seminar on e-Government for Leadership in Change-Management.

The paper defines change and elements of change.
 

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