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Making Limit and Occupations. Session VI Making Limit and Employments. Salman Ansari Guide, ICT, Service of Data and Correspondence Pakistan. Approaches Laws Empowering Administrative Structures Foundation Information transfers Voice Web Video .
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Making Capacity and Jobs Session VI Creating Capacity and Jobs Salman Ansari Advisor, ICT, Ministry of Information and Communication Pakistan

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Policies Laws Enabling Regulatory Frameworks Infrastructure Telecommunications Voice Internet Video Defining Capacity Building More than just HRD

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Local dialects Content advancement Open source programming and above all Financial Commitment and Support from the Top Capacity Building

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Developing nearby limit in IT abilities by means of instruction and motivating forces Benchmarks Training Teachers - Priority All Students at fourth grade level…. Incorporate worth with an Internet Passport plan Pilot ventures in center advancement need territories Tourism, Trade, Governance Capacity Building - HR

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ICT: an apparatus for Poverty Reduction Kuala Lumpur

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Alleviating Information Poverty Tapping the quick growing worldwide learning base. Preparing and sharing neighborhood data assets. Expanding the profitability of rare administrative and logical assets. Engaging private division with open data.

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Equalizer: Negates the upsides of Big City Locations. Evens out little and expansive exchange associations. Decreases sexual orientation partialities.

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Opportunities to jump (telecom), and to stage in IT requiring little to no effort (PCs). Lessening capital prerequisite Transforming commercial enterprises: from large scale manufacturing, to more effective and adaptable assembling Reducing natural perils of uncontrolled industrialization and urbanization Integrating ecological data into financial approach and physical arranging Enhancing aggressiveness

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Tackling this in Pakistan Kuala Lumpur Oct 2003

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Reviewed Best Practices everywhere throughout the world Developed nations Developing nations Gave a thought what e-Government implies – e = Enabling Gave some thought of the progress of Costs and Time lines Best Practices

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A domain that empowers innovativeness and invites propels in the utilization of Information Technology The Strategy… IT Education Areas of activities s and Eabling enviroment Laws and empowering environment High limit, dependable and open correspondences

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SDH/PDH (525/622 Mb/s) spine being moved up to DWDM 10 Gb/s Optical fiber availability covers 400 urban communities and Towns

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August 14, 2000 29 Cities

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Oct , 2003: 1700 areas 90% of the populace

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Bandwidth Available October 2000: 32 Mb/s Mar 2002: 265 Mb/s Aug 2003: 610 Mb/s today Start point

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Start point Today Plummeting costs…. June 2000: US$ 87,000/E1 October 2003: US$ 5,400/E1

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Total clients more than 5 Million! Dial up Start point Today Internet client development June 2000: 130,000 Oct 2003: 5,400,000

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Start point Today Cellular blast Jan 2001: 225,000 Oct 2003: 2,450,000 CPP

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Reaching the grass roots

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Paksat 1 Ku Band C-Band

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Legend Existing SMW 3 Existing FLAG Proposed new goad Branch Units SMW 4 New Undersea Optical Fiber

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Proliferation of IT preparing 1.8 Million PC proficient individuals in 2000 Estimated more than 10 Million today Government and Private segment cooperation in preparing and instruction programs Explosive development in IT empowered Pakistan…

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Computers and Networks in the Offices Urdu and Regional dialect programming Research on Text to discourse Internet Kiosks Cyber bistros, Internet group focuses, Pakistan State Oil Post office venture Accessibility

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Net Impact…

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75% of Budget spent on training and limit building Setting up 7 new IT colleges Lahore, Abbotabad, Baluchistan, Sindh, COMSATS, FAST/NU, VU, Provincial Universities Accreditation and National Testing Education

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Educational Optical Fiber spine direct get to 60 Universities 2500 schools and schools Planned for upto 10,000 establishments by means of dial up Intranet Three Content Server hubs Local substance advancement The Virtual University and Distance Learning

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Federal projects Provincial Programs Human Resources Retraining, New enlisting, congruity, utilizing existing labor, accessibility, pay scales, outsourcing Training and Continuity

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IT Law – Electronic Transaction Ordinance issued New Laws under drafting – Data assurance, IPR and individual protection acts Formation of Certification Authority PKI foundation –Private division drove activity E-exchanging and e-saving money pilots began E-business

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All banks joined with ATM switches Internet saving money – empowered by the spread of Internet – Habib Bank – biggest state claimed bank - combining data from 1226 branches by means of Internet E-trade

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Use IT to Provide better and more effective administrations to the Citizen, make their lives more profitable and decrease and uproot aggravations Leverage innovation to make efficiencies in the economy and expand profitability Improve the Government\'s working and making it more productive, receptive to the general population\'s needs and straightforward in its working e-Government Vision and Objectives

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Selection of undertakings High attainability High perceivability Easy to recreate Commonality and different utility Provincial tasks Model Districts Automation of procedures

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E-government Federal & Provincial Governments being mechanized Portal for the administration Potentially the most valuable will be Land Records administration Service to the native Tenancy and area proprietor rights Getting free of monstrous suit Revenue streams Forecasting of yields, simplicity of credits,

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Manual Record Keeping Historical Context

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Need for Computerization E-Governance Kasur Failure and Karnataka Success sufficiently demostrates that a Comprehensive System Analysis, a Robust Software and a well thoroughly considered methodology really prompts achievement or disappointment in a Public Sector Projects

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The Challenge Shifting from the Past

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The Challenge - To a Better Future

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The Challenge Introducing Clean Record Keeping

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Highlights of LRMIS Simple Machine & Human Interface

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LRMIS Vision GIS Enabling

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LRMIS Vision Spatial Analysis

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TReMU: Technology Resource Mobilization Unit Microcosm of connection of Public and Private segment Experts in significant regions Test bed for Web based administrations, intelligent structures and database combination Security and facilitating, input and ‘steam off’, examination gatherings Transparency Basis for an exhaustive Think Tank

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TReMU

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“The most serious peril for the vast majority of us is not that our point is too high and we miss it, however that it is too low and we reach it” Source: Michelangelo

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Thank You Salman Ansari Advisor, ICT Ministry of Information and Co

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