E-government digest #3
December 08 – December 14, 2010
01. Governors are proposed not to spend money on software for schools
The Armada Company has sent a letter to the Russian governors, which proposed to use “Alt Linux” in schools, concluding gratuitous permanent agreement.
02. 30% of educational institutions are connected to the electronic register In the Kemerovo region.
Electronic register – a program containing all the information about lessons, assessments and homework assignments. It is accessible over the internet to all participants of the educational process — teachers, pupils and their parents.
03. Children of Pskov region can be registered over the Internet
Filling in of just one request is enough to receive a childs’ birth certificate and some other documents for the kids — medical insurance policies and insurance. They can also be put into the queue for a place in kindergarten.
04. Russian strategists on information of education have received their awards.
Crystal figurine in the form of the flame got nine winners in 7 categories. 200 professionals at all levels of education, were presented through an online nomination site http://cio.pedsovet.org
05. Ministry of Justice had begun an experiment on the jural debates on the Internet.
Now the lawyers will appear at several sites for the sharp legal debate. The outcome of their discussion on portals will become a report to the Ministry of Justice. The document represents the agency monthly summary data of e-voting of member of legal resources and their views on the need for changes to the existing legal regulation.
06. Rostelecom has opened Russia’s first “infomat”, allowing residents to receive all available government services in electronic form.
Multifunctional informational terminal – “Infomat” allows any citizen of Russia, not having their own access to the Internet, to receive all available government services in electronic form on federal, regional and municipal level through a single portal http://gosuslugi.ru.