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National Strategy on Digital Agenda for Romania

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National Strategy on Digital Agenda for Romania
2014 - 2020

design by Dóri Sirály for Prezi

takes full advantage of the potential of information and communication technologies (ICT)
promotes innovation, economic growth and progress
offers to European citizens access to all the benefits of the digital society
Recommendation map drawn by the WB, in alignment with the national priorities from RO governance programme.
A Digital Agenda for
Digital Agenda Scoreboard on Romania, 2014
Good news!
"Romania - A Digital Roadmap to the Future", World Bank
National impact of Digital Agenda Strategy
implementation, 2014 - 2020:
GDP growth by 13% (23,4 mil Euro/year)
Number of jobs increased by 11%
Administration costs reduced by 12% (26,6 mil Euro/year)

Romania, in the European context of intelligent, sustainable and inclusive growth
Government Enterprise Architecture framework
The Digital Agenda for Europe 2020, European Commission
Digital priorities, Europe 2020
Digital Single Market
Interoperability and Standards
Trust and Security
Fast and Ultra-fast Internet Access
Research and Innovation
Digital literacy, skills and eInclusion
ICT-enabled benefits for EU society
Building a Government CIO (management & financing authority)
Developing a board for ICT policies coordination
Defining governmental ICT strategy
Developing an ICT career flow within the public sector
Developing a governmental strategic plan for the ICT work force
Increasing stimulants for attracting & keeping IT specialists & professionals

Developing a management unit for ICT projects
Revising financing models & processes for ICT projects
Improving governmental procedures for ICT goods & services acquisitions

Creating a Government Enterprise Architecture
Consolidating common data sources and standards
Operating eIdentity
Establishing electronic safety policies
Developing a strategy for mobile technologies and governmental data centers
eGovernment, Interoperability,
Cloud Computing,
Open Data &
Big Data,
Social Media
ICT in Education, Health,
Culture & eInclusion
eCommerce, Research -Development
& Innovation
in ICT
and digital
services infrastructure
bil. Euro, need of investment
Intelligent informational dialogue
Interoperable electronic technical architecture
Full online coverage of citizens' main "life events"
ICT initiatives & registries inventory
business, information & technology architecture
federate model of shared services
interoperability standards for services
data standards
policies, regulations, procedures & protocols
institutional mechanism

eGovernment 2.0
eGovernment 3.0
citizen-orientated services
limited disclosure & participation
two-way public services
via Internet
individual citizen-orientated services
enhanced democracy
active disclosure & participation (openness, sharing, communication, collaboration)
proactive & customized public services
via wireless Internet
The happiness of all the people!
5% of RO citizens use eGov services
40% of EU citizens use eGov services
2020 target, RO
35% of RO citizens to use eGov services
We take care of every citizen :)
"eGovernment is growing towards weGovernment!
This new generation of eGov services stands as the best opportunity for Europe for creating a more sustainable public sector socially, economically and ecologically."
(Neelie Kroes, Commissioner for Digital Agenda for Europe 2020, EC Vice-president)

Business environment
and social responsibility
Starting & developing a business
Changing of a business' operation
Obtaining financing sources & support for companies
Terminating a business
Denouncing illegalities
Obtaining a job
Looking for a job
Losing a job
Work accidents & incapacity
Education and becoming independent
Enrollment in primary/high/university education
Registration with a library
Obtaining the driving license
Insuring personal future
Concluding contracts

Taxes and charges
Registration & payment of taxes and charges
Purchasing a vehicle
Purchasing / renting a lodging place

Family and Health
Birth / Death
Marriage / Divorce
Allowance for child raise
Registration of allocation for disabled people
Programming a medical consult in a hospital
Travel and Immigration
Guides & travel information
Obtaining a passport
Obtaining a visa
Immigration in Romania
Obtaining RO citizenship

Governmental Cloud Computing
Early adopters
Well informed
No Cloud strategy, only DA strategy
No Cloud strategy, but operating Cloud based services
Having a Cloud strategy,
designing implementation
Having a Cloud strategy in implementation
Good practice guide for securely deploying Gov Cloud
ENISA, nov. 2013
Targets for implementation, National Strategy for Digital Agenda:
reducing gross energy, CO2 emissions
reducing spaces of Government data centers
reducing costs by delivering common services (for multiple public institutions)
implementing up to date, standard security solutions
developing, implementing & managing Cloud based services & infrastructures: IaaS, PaaS, SaaS)
Measuring Impact, 2014 - 2020
GDP growth: 6 bil. Euro/year
employment: 106,000 new jobs generation
Public administration cost reduction: 196 mil Euro/year
mil. Euro, need of investment Gov Cloud
Cyber Security
"Two problems should be put off:
the fear of a future danger and the fear of a past danger." (Seneca)
Online Banking 10% 87%
Buying online, individuals 8% 47%
Informed citizens, cyber security 25% 73%
Identity theft, individuals 16% 8%
Romanians are afraid of electronic frauds and abuses.
EC 2013
Strategic lines of development for Romania,
National Strategy for Digital Agenda
national cyber security system
national legislative framework
public & private sector cooperation
resilient infrastructure for cyber security
develop CERT entities
boost Research & Development capabilities in cyber security
implement security standards
inter-institutional cooperation in cyber security responses
public awareness programs (public administration & private sector) concerning threats, vulnerabilities and risks
educational programs regarding safe use of Internet
international agreements of cooperation for cyber attacks response
Open Data.
Big Data.
Unlocking innovation & performance via "liquid" information.
Romania's response to the
European initiative on Open Data
130 data sets
52 integrated public institutions
Lines of development, Romania 2014 - 2020:
National system for collecting relevant data
Use of relevant standards (for data)
Active participation of civil society
Better use & integrate information generated by open data
Create & develop open data system.
Social Media for the Government?
"Open Government Partnership" Memorandum
Romania + 65 countries
of total pop. use social media
7 mil.
social media users
4,6 mil.
mobile social media users
of total pop. access Internet daily
of total Europe pop. use social media
293 mil.
social media users
193 mil.
mobile social media users
of EU28 total pop. access Internet daily

Romania, 2014
Europe, 2014
What are Romanians doing online:
(Eurostat survey, dec.2012)

reading online newspapers
posting on & checking social platforms
search for travel services

are creating & updating a personal blog

using Internet banking
Lines of development, Romania 2014 - 2020
defining the communication process framework
creating a PR & communication team/department in every public institution
designing a tailored communication plan for every administration with smart use of social media
promoting Gov initiatives through social media
"Only the vigilance of the public opinion can assure the future of every society." (Avram Noam Chomsky)
ICT in Education and Digital Literacy
Romania's Interventions, 2014 - 2020:
ICT infrastructure for primary & secondary pupils
eCatalogue & digital books at national level
software for educational use
the "National Learning Platform" & the National Digital Library
wifi access to every school & campus
digital skills for teachers & students
OER and Web 2.0 in the teaching-learning process
Life-Long-Learning using intelligent ICT
extra-curricular activities with the use of ICT.
ICT use in Romania, 2012:
EC, Digital Agenda Scoreboard, 2014
of schools (I - XII) have a website
of vocational schools have a website
of universities have eLearning platforms
of adults (16-54 years) are following educational & training programs
We did it!
Knowledge based Economy Project, 2007 - 2012
> 600 curricular & extra-curricular projects, using smart ICT (OER, web 2.0, social media)
>150 learning units within 4 curricula
200 audio-video lessons, proof of intelligent use of modern ICT
229 development strategies for schools, including ICT resources
18 national & international study tours, experience exchanges and creation camps;teachers, students had contact with innovative models of digital education
2 national guides for smart integration of ICT in the learning process.
ICT in Culture.
Preserving cultural patrimony digitally.
1. Europeana.eu
Network of european patrimony repositories: over 2300 contributors of digital content
Virtual data bank: 31.5 mil digital objects (19 mil images, 12 mil texts, 0.5 mil audio, 0.2 mil video and 15 000 3D objects)
Target for 2015: 750.000 digital items.
Romania's contribution, aug. 2014 : 61.404 digital items.
2. Romania's intervention for every library, 2014 - 2020:
transforming libraries in knowledge shelters for: farmers, entrepreneurs, disadvantaged people, local leaders, teachers & pupils
delivering new services, locally tailored
eCommerce for the people.
of pop. buying online
of pop. buying online, cross-border
of SMEs selling online
of large companies selling online
Romania, DA Scoreboard, 2014
Estimated impact,
RO 2014 - 2020
3% GDP growth
2% more jobs
Who will benefit?
Innovation, Research & Development in ICT
Investing in creative industries
they have a bigger, growing economic potential than the rest of the economy
they deliver 5% of national GDP
they represent 10% of national work force
Digital Agenda for Romania will:
develop a infrastructure to sustain creative industry promote & sustain the development of innovative business clusters
create a specific economic context for emerging competitiveness hubs
support regional infrastructure development
participate in European partnerships for R&D and innovation.
source: shutterstock
2014 - 2020
National ecosystem of innovation and competitiveness
Excellence clusters, RO 2014
It is possible to live online?
Smart City
– the digital technologies translate into better public services for citizens, more efficient use of ICT resources and a lower impact on the environment.
using ICT for building a sustainable economy with lower CO2 emissions
a more efficient European health system using ICT
Public services:
ICT should deliver electronic public services to citizens and business environment
Trust and Safety:
ICT should combat world-wide social exclusion, fraud and abuse issues.
Yes! the Romanian Digital Agenda supports smart living.
Thank you!
Start living smart. Join and contribute to the Romanian Digital Agenda implementation.
sustainable, ecological economic growth
access new, cross/border markets
access to a secure, trustworthy online market
access to new quality jobs
working from distance
more offers on products & services
access for disadvantaged people
Art & Music
Design & Fashion
Video & Photo
Software & Gaming
TV & radio
Tripartite partnerships
ICT Companies
R & D
Innovative ICT products & services
people are using more often the Internet (45%)
fixed broadband coverage is bigger in rural areas (78%)
mobile broadband coverage is bigger (41%)
more citizens are buying online (8%)
more large enterprises are selling online (13%)
more SMEs are selling online (9%)
"European citizens are digitally active. Now, they want more."
(Neelie Kroes, DA Commissioner)
eHealth and Telmedicine in Romania
ICT assisted medicine means:
health care services that are currently unavailable (delivered in specialized polyclinics)
screening programs with high quality control
high quality of life for elders
social inclusion for remote citizens.
National interventions, 2014 - 2020:
assuring interoperability for existing medical information systems
telemedicine, through:
specialized medical services after-hospitalization, ambulatory
access to specialized ambulatory services for rural population.
Romania's intervention, 2014 - 2020:
Spreading local
Public Points of Access to Information
throughout disadvantaged communities, as shelters for:
integrated community knowledge
accessing multiple information
developing, implementing & monitoring new projects
delivering new, community-based services.
Beneficiaries are determined by:
disadvantaged geographical location
weak economical conditions
low or zero ICT infrastructure and Internet access
low or zero digital skills.
source of img.:www.muya.info
Broadband and Digital Services infrastructure
Promoting access to existing passive infrastructure
Improving transparency and coordination in relevant civil projects
Simplifying the authorization procedures for new network developments
Defining rules on NGA type infrastructures for new buildings
Stimulating private investment in NGA infrastructure
Implementing new administrative and legislative proposals.
National Plan for NGA (Next generation Network) - interventions:
5% GDP growth
8% jobs growth
100% access on >30Mbps
50% access on >100Mbps
Estimated impact for Romania, 2014-2020
Best practice
, at the root of Digital Agenda for Romania: Knowledge based Economy Programme.
Government direct interventions
identify & evaluate the development stage of IT clusters in Romania
sketch their economical performances & innovation level
inventory of associated companies within each cluster
evaluate clusters' IT based solutions
create a Digital Map of innovative IT projects identified in every cluster
analyze & prioritize the need for IT solutions for 10 priority sectors from Romania's National Strategy for Competitiveness
citizens with low level of digital literacy

reduced use of ICT for companies & society in general
Economic sectors with potential for smart specialization
Tourism & eco tourism
Furniture & wood
Creative industries

Auto industry & components
Information & communications technology (ICT)
Food & beverage

Health & pharmaceuticals
Energy & environment management
Bioeconomics, Biopharmaceutics & Biotechnology

Important economical impact
Competitive dynamics
Innovation, technological development & added value
National Strategy for Competitiveness, 2014

Secretary of State
Ministry for Information Society
Open and Participative Innovation
will get scalable solutions, faster & richer innovation cycles.
will get personalized, better, optimized & affordable solutions.
Service providers
will find new approaches in service provision & affordable service creation.
Internet Users: the New Innovators
are services' consumers
are better prepared technically & intellectually
are constant users of advanced technologies
know the public's needs
know the deficiencies & limits of the system.
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