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е-DEMOCRACY CONFERENCE 2012 ORGANIZING PARTNERS

Centre for e-Governance Development
European Commision

е-DEMOCRACY CONFERENCE 2012 SUPPORTING PARTNERS

е-DEMOCRACY CONFERENCE 2012
 MEDIA PARTNER

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е-DEMOCRACY CONFERENCE 2012
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• Albania
• Armenia
• Bosnia &
   Herzegovina
• Croatia
• Georgia
• Kosovo

• Macedonia
• Moldova
• Montenegro
• Serbia
• Slovakia
• Slovenia
• Other countries

Computer Aided Strategic Planning, Engineering and Management of Global eServices

Most of the developing countries and other underserved segments around the globe are re-inventing the wheel in their efforts to launch eServices - especially in the areas of healthcare, education, economic development, public welfare, and public safety. Due to the unnecessary trial and error, the failure rates in these segments are very high (around 80%). Unfortunately, these segments also lack educational and financial resources to improve their situation.

A Computer Aided Strategic Planning, Architecture and Management Environment – spinoff of the GAID eNabler Project -- has been developed to address this problem for global equality. This Environment -- endorsed by more than 100 countries – quickly produces highly customized plans for the type of service as well as the country/region by using the latest thinking in the field. It significantly reduces trial and error and is being used very effectively to educate as well as assist individuals in different countries to accelerate progress in crucial areas.

Below you can find the research paper by Amjad Umar, Ph.D, titled “Computer Aided Strategic Planning, Engineering and Management of Global eServices” that was published in the IEEE International Technology Management Conference, Dallas, Texas, USA, June 2012.

Computer Aided Strategic Planning, Engineering and Management of Global eServices