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N2 (19 a 22hs) Information Sharing for e-Government

Profesores: Elsa Estévez (Univ. Nacional del Sur, Bahía Blanca, y UNU-IIST Center for Electronic Governance, Macao SAR, China) y Pablo Rubén Fillottrani (Univ. Nacional del Sur, Bahía Blanca). Horario: Turno noche, de 19 a 22 horas. En castellano.
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Profesores: Elsa Estévez y Pablo Rubén Fillottrani
Horario: Lunes a viernes de 19 a 22 horas. Aula 2 (pabellón 1).
Idioma: castellano
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Resumen:

Information Sharing es una capacidad necesaria para el gobierno electrónico integrado, permitiendo compartir información entre las distintas agencias de gobierno involucradas en la oferta de servicios gubernamentales distribuidos de acceso único. El compartir información sobre recursos comunes facilita y optimiza la respuesta del gobierno tanto en calidad de servicio como en la oferta de nuevos servicios y la respuesta ante emergencias. Sin embargo, esta capacidad no es común en la administración y gestión pública tradicional y cualquier iniciativa que la proponga enfrenta grandes desafíos técnológicos, organizacionales, culturales y financieros que son muy difíciles de atacar desde agencias individuales. En este curso se presentará el problema de Information Sharing en gobierno electrónico, sus beneficios, barreras y alternativas técnicas. Se analizarán modelos y estrategias actuales, comparando arquitecturas y frameworks propuestos por los países líderes en el área, con descripción de aplicaciones concretas. Este curso es de nivel de posgrado, para estudiantes con buen conocimiento de bases de datos, ingeniería de software, y programación para la web.

Programa:

1. Introduction. Concepts of Information Sharing. e-Government issues.
2. General database systems integration. Ontologies. Semantic Web.
3. Models of Information Sharing in government. Model of Davies. Model of Landsbergen and Wolken. Dimensions. Stages.
4. Countries' experiences. Frameworks and architectures.
5. Case studies: e-health, social care, emergency management, education.

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