Sunday, August 23, 2015

New technologies at the service of the administration: between … – PR Web

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A behind. Unfortunately, this is the finding that the use of ICT by the Algerian administration. While our neighbors begin economic, scientific and cultural, pulled up by the use of ICT at all levels of their respective companies in Algeria will require ironing.

ICTs, rather than being generalized, continue to be the exception in a country that has yet more than necessary. While initiatives here and there have been attempted by some particular departments, but it is clear that catching up is gargantuan. However, all indicators suggest that our country can easily get into the digital age. A young population, curious, trained and hyper connected. A deployment of IT tools and telephony more than acceptable. Grabbing fairly reasonable ICT. Skills you want in, here is. Universities and training centers to tip, and huge investments. Do not miss a little help.

Yes but now it’s not enough. With few exceptions, the lambda Algeria continues to move for procedures that can easily lead to distance in a continent country. Tons of papers that constitute our various administrative records have not been replaced by digital documents. The deployment of the Internet remains low, and while 3G explodes in popularity, its prices remain prohibitive. Why Algeria does not skip the step to finally go in a digital age
full? Why does not she undertakes measures that can only be beneficial to him? Why not benchmark the many examples around us? Maybe is it a question of will.

In a hyper centralized country, the decisions from above take longer to be transcribed in the field. Thousands of overdue projects complain, and the finding that one can do is deplorable. But in return, an order to change things can lead to an uplifting speed in taking action. The recent arrival of a young ICT Minister does change things? Mrs. Houda-Imane Feraoun she is on a mission to bring Algeria in the digital age? Wait & amp; See.


Despite this, efforts have been made . The digital generation pushing some trials initiated by certain departments > Departmental have already proven themselves, despite their small number. There will thus passport and biometric ID card. When the requirement to have a biometric passport was introduced in 2010, Algeria found itself obliged to modernize the documents of his fellow citizens, much against his will. A backwards, the authorities have started building this new “paper” which sought new materials, uncontrolled modern procedures, and therefore unplanned investments. But it was just time to grasp the importance of such a document also looking for a country on its internal security than ours. In the process, the biometric ID card is also provided and these are Algerian citizens soon equipped with ultramodern documents and unfalsifiable.

When in 2014 Gemalto , a French company -hollandaise, is chosen by the Mint for making these documents, the machine is started. It remains to find a way to manage the flow of applicants, more and more increasing with the improvement of living standards of the Algerians. And again the authorities innovate. A passport in a month, this is the challenge that will launch once the Algerian daïras. The citizens are not subject to the requirement that the presence of depositing and withdrawal, all by appointment. An SMS is then sent to new owners. Very facilitated procedures that have been delighting users … until the announcement of the price increase of the tax stamp required to obtain the passport.


At the local level, it is a political decision that made the difference. A not counted, the authorities decided in 2013 to digitize vital documents and to have everything in one national registry. Repeatedly postponed, no one then thought of the revolution qu’entreprenait the Algerian administration at that time. This new way of doing was to enable any citizen to withdraw most of his papers throughout Algeria, in any town of any city. No need to travel to their places of birth to be issued a birth certificate No. 12. Exit clerical errors by hand, illegible names, and other manual errors.

administered could be issued a birth certificate by computer, containing a Barcode which distinguishes it and ensure its authenticity. A revolution that Algerians did not see coming, perhaps tired of broken promises for decades by guardianship. But now, 2 years later, we could not believe our eyes. Much shorter queues or no outside town halls urban centers repealed unnecessary travel, eased procedures, a huge time saver, stress, fatigue, and anger and less. Scanning documents of civil status has been beneficial to everybody. According to figures provided by the Interior Ministry, about 56800000 documents were scanned, and the operation continues.


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