27th ANACOM Seminar - ''Dematerialisation of Public Administration Procedures''

24.06.2010 SANA Malhoa Hotel, Lisboa

Updated on 25.06.2010
Organizer: ANACOM

The 27th ANACOM seminar saw the presentation ''Desmaterialização de Processos da Administração Pública'' 1 by Luís Vidigal, member of the Management Board of Associação para a Promoção e Desenvolvimento da Sociedade da Informação (APDSI). The seminar took place in Lisbon's SANA Malhoa Hotel on 24 June, at 3:30 pm.

Information and communication technologies have allowed administrative procedures to be progressively dematerialised in terms of the various internal and external relationships of organisations. This represents not only a technological transformation but also a cultural change with respect to working methods and the traditional paradigms of the paper era.

This seminar sets out to cover issues such as:

- the simplification of administrative processes - the SIMPLEX case;

- e-Government in Portugal and in the world;

- the relationship between the analogue world and the digital world;

- document and workflow management in the public sector;

- authentication and security in administrative processes.

The governance of information technologies and systems in the public sector.


PDF Presentation - ''Desmaterialização de Processos da Administração Pública'' (PDF 2893 Kb)

PDF Background reading - ''36 medidas para reduzir a despesa pública através da melhor gestão e utilização das TIC'' (PDF 28 Kb)

1 This presentation is the exclusive responsibility of its author and does not necessarily represent or is in any way binding upon the position of ANACOM.

Speakers | Presentations

Luís Vidigal
Member of Management Board of APDSI - Associação para a Promoção e Desenvolvimento da Sociedade da Informação (Association for the Promotion and Development of the Information Society)
27th ANACOM Seminar
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