This paper describes e-government development in Indonesia and its critical next steps. This includes challenges which are being faced and series of effort which have been taken and will be taken to overcome them. Improvement, diagnosis of current status, and also the formation of National e-Government Task Force are some of the topics covered.
This article describes the recent development on basic telecommunications infrastructure regulation for conducting electronic commerce in Indonesia, as well as contract according to Indonesian civil code.
The Action Plan addresses priority needs in 2001-2005 for extending ICT benefits throughout Indonesia, including extending transparency and equal access to information, improving access to services and opportunities, and implementing measures to foster the realization of individual potential across society. It also includes assistance to local governments, the private sector and public organisations.
This presentation provides some facts about Indonesia's ICT sector, including infrastructures,policies and programmes in the areas of e-education, e-government and the ICT industry.
Indonesia has some basic policies regarding the Information Technology. This article describes Indonesian national IT Policy and the IT trends. It also looks at human resources development as one important field in the development of the IT industry in Indonesia and the enhancement of its international competitiveness.
This country paper was prepared for the Third Session of the Governing Council of APCICT. It gives an overview of the initiatives undertaken in the area of ICT Human Capacity Building under the mandates of WSIS and MDGs, and provides specific needs and recommendations for this area in Indonesia.
Regional Human Development Report – Promoting ICT for Human Development in Asia 2004: Realising the Millennium Development Goals - Summary
This summary document, with a foreword by Sir Arthur C. Clarke, presents the essence of a pioneering attempt to assess the role of information and communication technologies (ICTs) in human development in Asia. It captures the rich variety of ICT initiatives in nine Asian countries (China, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, Mongolia, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Viet Nam) and draws lessons for identifying policy directions.
The paper explores several areas linked to information management systems throughout Asia Pacific, and reveals a strong general trend towards improved management systems. It also highlights the massive growth of data that governments are required to keep and the challenge of keeping up with expected future growth.
The first issue of the Asian and Pacific Training Centre for Information and Communication Technology for Development’s (APCICT) ICTD Case Study Series, ICT Human Capacity Building for Development discusses the experiences of ICTD practitioners who have partnered with APCICT to roll-out the “Academy of ICT Essentials for Government Leaders” (Academy). The Academy, APCICT’s flagship programme, is designed to equip government officials and policymakers with the necessary skills and knowledge to leverage ICT solutions for socio-economic development.
This compilation of case studies explores some of the sound practices in the Asia-Pacific region in applications of information, communication and space technology for effective and efficient disaster risk reduction and management.