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The latest resolution on this subject (A/RES/67/237 of 24 December 2012) requests the Secretary- General once again to complete this task. … The digitization programme will continue to be important in promoting the paper smart programme in the United Nations that will reduce paper, and allow for more usage of modern electronic services via digitization and reducing the carbon print and contributing to environmental improvement. (...) Designing of policy and operational framework as well as information architecture to implement standards-based, open and long- term access to UN information through digitization; II. Mass digitization and accumulation of digital information electronically; Continued scanning of some four to five million most important pages and documents and digitizing them (out of the 20 million), quality control of scanned outputs, conversion for optical character recognition, subject analysis, metadata creation and uploading to UN websites and repositories. (...) Cut the spine if need be 5. Creation of electronic documents, through digitization of historical UN documents in paper format.
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Score: 1224244.3 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2018-219.pdf
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The latest resolution on this subject (A/RES/67/237 of 24 December 2012) requests the Secretary- General once again to complete this task. … The digitization programme will continue to be important in promoting the paper smart programme in the United Nations that will reduce paper, and allow for more usage of modern electronic services via digitization and reducing the carbon print and contributing to environmental improvement. (...) Designing of policy and operational framework as well as information architecture to implement standards-based, open and long- term access to UN information through digitization; II. Mass digitization and accumulation of digital information electronically; Continued scanning of some four to five million most important pages and documents and digitizing them (out of the 20 million), quality control of scanned outputs, conversion for optical character recognition, subject analysis, metadata creation and uploading to UN websites and repositories. (...) Cut the spine if need be 5. Creation of electronic documents, through digitization of historical UN documents in paper format.
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Score: 1220902.7 - www.un.org/en/internalj...es/undt/orders/ny-2018-220.pdf
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Presentazione di PowerPoint The Digital Administration Code (D.A.C.) Carlo Notarmuzi Prime Minister’s Office SSPA - Scuola Superiore della Pubblica Amministrazione Administrative Director Why a Digital Administration Code D.A.C and its rules - the administrative action - Legislative Decree of February 28, 2005, no. 42, establishing a public system of connectivity - Presidential Decree of February 11, 2005, concerning certified electronic mail What is D.A.C. – a toolbox The digital information training management storage transmission access usability The Digital Code users - Central public administrations - Autonomus local authorities - Public service managers - Private citizens - Legal and security services Rights citizens and business • Use of technologies • Participation in administrative processes • On-line payments • Certified electronic mail • Quality of services • Computer literacy • e-Democracy • Information register of administrative procedure for business Governance of e-Government ICT is tecnology and organization Government cannot decided up on the organization of each administration Governance of e-Government is the use of ICT with partecipation and trasparent decision making of public managment Standing Conference on Technological Innovation in regions and autonomous local authorities Standing Commitee on Technological Innovation in central administration The electronic document Law 241/1990, article 22 “administrative document: any graphic, film, electromagnetic representation” Legislative Decree no. 82, March 7, 2005, article 1, c. 1, lett. P “an electronic representation of legally relevant actions, facts or data” Electronic signatures The electronic signature The qualified signature The digital signature Signature certifiers Legal value of electronic signatures Electronic signature – freely valuable Qualified and digital signature The electronic document management Training Management Protocol Storage The electronic mail in Public Administrations Undersigned by digital or qualified signature Provided with a protocol Forwarded by certified electronic mail Possible check of mail source The certified electronic mail Legal value (article 45) Institutional mail boxes Certified mail boxes Public Administrations Data Ownership Usability Databank of national interest Web sites Characteristics Content Forms Access to on line Public Administrations services Electronic Id. card (CIE) National card of services (CNS) Pin/Password Sending applications to Public Administrations Slide Number 1 Slide Number 2 The digital information The Digital Code users Rights citizens and business Governance of e-Government The electronic document Electronic signatures Legal value of electronic signatures The electronic document management The electronic mail in Public Administrations The certified electronic mail Public Administrations Data Web sites Access to on line Public Administrations services
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Score: 1161414 - https://www.itu.int/net/wsis/i...%20presentazione%20inglese.pdf
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The Post legally identifies a customer and provides him/her with the ability to digitally sign an electronic document or a message. (...) The bank electronically requests validation of the digital identity from the issuing Post, which issues the bank with a token repre- senting the validation of that digital identity. (...) Digital postage Enables customers to electronically order, pay and download postage for doc- uments or merchandise through the Post’s website, smartphone application or SMS.
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Score: 1160330.2 - https://www.upu.int/UPU/media/...urveysAndQuestionnaires/EN.pdf
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The electronics value chain and its necessary shift towards a circular economy can, given the right conditions, be supported by the use of digital solutions. Digital solutions were found to address common challenges in the transition towards a circular to the electronics value chain. (...) The paper maps out major digitalization trends and highlights use cases of digital technologies across the electronics value chain, from raw material production and electronics manufacturing, post-consumer e-waste collection, logistics and treatment to overall e-waste system management and monitoring.
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Score: 1155306 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/E...1/thought-paper-highlights.pdf
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The thought paper,  Digital solutions for a circular electronics value chain explores the applicability and scope of digital technologies for enabling circularity in the lifecycle of electronic devices.  The paper maps out major digitalization trends and highlights use cases of digital technologies across the electronics value chain, ranging from simple digital platforms and online materials marketplaces to AI-enabled e-waste recognition. Such examples are drawn from both established and emerging digital solutions, while case studies pro​vide a deeper look into real-world applications of digital technologies across the electronics value chain.
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Score: 1148944.7 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-D/E...ping-Technology-Solutions.aspx
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Application program interface (API): in respect of digital broadcasting, the software interfaces between applications in electronic communications devices made available by broadcasters or other electronic communication service providers, and the resources in digital television sets available for digital television and radio services. 2. (...) Digital free-to-air broadcasting network or free-to-air broadcasting station: the entirety of electronic communications devices and electronic communication structures using the frequencies allocated for digital free-to- air broadcasting according to the legal regulation stipulating the allocation of national frequency bands for that purpose; 5. (...) Related facilities include conditional access systems and electronic program guide; 23. Supplementary digital service: an information society-related service, including content provision, and a generally digital interactive television service transmitted to the users via the digital transmission network, which does not classify as an electronic communication service under Article 188 (13) of the Electronic Communications Act or a program provision under Article 2 (30) of the Media Act.
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Score: 1147768.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...20on%20Rules%20of%20TV_DSO.pdf
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Application program interface (API): in respect of digital broadcasting, the software interfaces between applications in electronic communications devices made available by broadcasters or other electronic communication service providers, and the resources in digital television sets available for digital television and radio services. 2. (...) Digital free-to-air broadcasting network or free-to-air broadcasting station: the entirety of electronic communications devices and electronic communication structures using the frequencies allocated for digital free-to- air broadcasting according to the legal regulation stipulating the allocation of national frequency bands for that purpose; 5. (...) Related facilities include conditional access systems and electronic program guide; 23. Supplementary digital service: an information society-related service, including content provision, and a generally digital interactive television service transmitted to the users via the digital transmission network, which does not classify as an electronic communication service under Article 188 (13) of the Electronic Communications Act or a program provision under Article 2 (30) of the Media Act.
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Score: 1147768.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...Hungary/eng_2007_74_tv_das.pdf
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Digital TV provides higher signal quality, interference-free reception, wider choice through additional TV programmes and new services, such as digital teletext, interactivity, Electronic Programme Guides (EPG) and High Definition Television (HDTV). (...) The remaining part of capacity will be assigned to additional services such as digital teletext, electronic programme guides (EPG), etc. (...) Information services – services provided by television broadcasters and businesses providing activities in the field of digital electronic media, or producing digital contents: 2.1.
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Score: 1140741.4 - https://www.itu.int/ITU-D/tech...a/Strategija-DTV-ENG-final.pdf
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22/12/2017 eIDAS : European regulation to foster digital economy Electronic identity and trust services • Define a classification of electronic identity assessing their quality& trust • Define a particular subset of trust service, with legal value, named Qualified trust services (QTS) • Solve (some) flaws of previous eSignature directive (1999/93/CE) Foster internal market by bringing trust & provide building blocks for Digital Single Market • Organize cross recognition of electronic Identity and trust services • Define trust classification for better visibility • Define role, obligations and responsibility of each party • Organise free circulation of devices used to perform Trust service • Organize trans national usage of electronic ID and trust services Key principles • Technology neutral, so that it does not exclude any technology • Legal effects are bound to metrics of quality, expressed in technology neutral terms 2 2 /1 2 /2 0 1 7 P u b lic 4 Uniform framework for digital identity and trust services eIDAS : European regulation to foster digital economy 2014 July 23rd – adoption of the regulation 2015 september 29th - Voluntary recognition of identities 2016 july 1st – Trust services rules apply 2018 september 29th – Mandatory recognition of notified identities Trust services Qualified vs non qualified • Electronic signature/eSeals • Time stamping • Website authentication • Verification & validation of eSignature/eSeals(Q) • Preservation of eSignatures, eSeals or certificates related to trust services (Q) • Electronic registered delivery service (Q) 2 2 /1 2 /2 0 1 7 P u b lic 5 Electronic identity • National choice for the characteristics • Recognition on a commonly agreed level (Low, Substantial, High) • Recognition on a voluntary principle (opt-in principle) : notification • BUT all the countries shall accept notified identities Key Success 22/12/2017 Key success Strong interest of the private sectors • Many benefits of digital identities • Main sectors : mobile operators, banking Foster digital identity programs in member states • The automatic recognition of notified identities foster the development of national program • Multiplication of electronic identity scheme to increase penetration • Development of market of identity provider (e.g. eResidency in EST) Incentive to increase trust in digital identity & trust service • Digital identity : higher trust & larger number of acceptor • Qualified Trust service : shift of the liability that brings trust to citizen • Digital Signature/seal with legal value : shall be combined with validation/preservation to give trust to the acceptor • Virtuous circle to create trust in digital world Interoperability of electronic identity is possible starting from a fragmented landscape • Shift from the eID means to the eID scheme • Interoperability through “nodes” interconnecting the infrastructure (back end) 2 2 /1 2 /2 0 1 7 P u b lic 7 Digital identity in Europe on the move • Development of digital identity scheme • Take up of eIDAS=>development of “nodes” • First notification on September 2017. (...) Does not cover private sectors. • Embarking and engaging private sector as well as the extent and the conditions relies on the country will • Still a fragmented approach Lack of attributes management • The exchange of attributes would have been a key enabler to foster even more usage • Current experience shows it is difficult to leverage on the digital identity infrastructure when specific attributes are required (eHealth,…) Incomplete provision for privacy services • Qualified electronic signature under pseudonym is allowed but… • No word about the anonymity lifting • Not covered by the current work on the “nodes” Still a lot to do for electronic identity of legal persons • Important use case concerning a target that could easily be mobilized • Not covered by the current work on the “nodes 2 2 /1 2 /2 0 1 7 P u b lic 10 Main findings 22/12/2017 Which lessons? Cross recognition of digital identity and trust services between countries is possible… • Successful law • Virtuous circles • notification mechanism • Incentive to increase trust in digital identity & trust service • For the citizen • For the electronic signature/seal • Successful model for close cooperation of country wiling to develop internal market and raise trust ..but take into account the limits • From the very beginning think about identity attributes exchanges to foster all usages • Embark & engage from the very beginning the private sectors in digital identity ecosystem • Include it in the provision of the law so that it can contribute & benefit from the cross recognition • Treat with the same level of importance digital identity for legal person 2 2 /1 2 /2 0 1 7 P u b lii c 12 CONTACT Alban FERAUD Standardization & regulatory affairs director Citizen Identity Business Unit alban.feraud@idemia.com
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Score: 1134643 - https://www.itu.int/en/ITU-T/W...712/Documents/Alban_FERAUD.pdf
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