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Title: Palestinian E-government needs assessment : skills analyses and training program
Authors: Jarrar, Mustafa
Ashhab, Majd
Tahboub, Radwan
Robert, Romain
Saheb, Mahmoud
Romi, Ismail
Chadwick, David
Jubran, Mohammad
Keywords: Internet in public administration - Palestine
Internet in public administration - Technological innovations
Semantic Web
Computer science
Multilingual computing
Information resources management
Artificial intelligence
Computational linguistics
Issue Date: May-2011
Publisher: Tempus
Citation: ustafa Jarrar, Majd Ashhab, Radwan Tahboub, Romain Robert, Mahmoud Saheb, Ismail Romi, David Chadwick, Mohammad Jubran: Palestinian E-Government Needs Assessment: Skills Analyses and Training Program. Technical Report. Deliverables: D1.1, D2.1, D3.1,Pal-Gov Project (511159-TEMPUS-1-2010-1-PS-TEMPUS-JPHES). May 2011.
Abstract: This report identifies the skills needed to implement and deploy an e-government framework, focusing on the interoperability, security, and legal needs. The report also suggests a training program of six training tutorials, or alternatively, six academic courses, that are necessary to build these skills. The methodology used to identify the missing skills was analytical. That is, the Palestinian e-government architecture was studied and analyzed and the skills and know-how needed to implement and deploy this were identified in consultation with the governmental and private sectors. We then estimated the present skills and know-how of the Palestinian governmental and private sectors. From the identified present skills and required skills, the missing skills were deduced. This allowed us to derive the Intended Learning Outcomes that are required for the suggested training program.
Description: e-Government Lifelong Learning Consortium Project and Palestinian e-Government Academy Project
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