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Title: Auditoria no Sistema de Folha de Pagamento


1
Prof. Pedro S. Teta Vice-Minister, Ministry of
Science and Technology
Republic of Angola
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PANEL ON SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY PROMOTION, ADVICE
AND APPLICATION FOR THE ACHIEVEMENT OF THE
MILLENNIUM DEVELOPMENTS GOALSVIENA 27-29
OCTOBER 2004
3
The Dawn of Knowledge Era
4
Industrial Society
Agricultural Society
Information Society
Knowledge Society
Innovation
Knowledge products
Networks
Economic Growth
Technology
Societal Transformation
5
What is a Knowledge Society ?
That uses knowledge holistically to empower and
enrich people and is an integral driver of
sustainable development (societal transformation)
A life-long learning society committed to innova
tion Has the capacity to generate, diffuse, utili
ze and protect knowledge - creates economic
wealth and social equity
6
The Age of Science
The 20th centurys unprecedented gains in
advancing human development and eradicating
poverty came largely from technological
breakthroughs
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The Age of Science
The 20th centurys unprecedented gains in
advancing human development and eradicating
poverty came largely from technological
breakthroughs
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There is hardly any social problem on which
science cannot make some contribution
-D. K. Price, Scientific Estate
Science is never sufficient to solve a problem
completely it is, however, always necessary.
9
The Paradox of Our Time
10
Growing inequalities
  • Knowledge Divide

11
Rising Inequities
  • Inequities are rising within and between
    countries
  • Assets of worlds 3 richest people exceed
    combined GDP of poorest 48 countries
  • 1.2 billion people living on less than 1 a day
    and 2.8 billion on less than 2 a day (1998)

12
Industrialized nations vsLess Developed
Countries (LDCs)
Widening gaps in human resource capacity S
T infrastructure which are critical in the new
knowledge based world

13
ANGOLA Some Historical Data
  • Colonisation 500 years
  • Independance - 1975
  • Area Covered- 1.247.000 Km2
  • Main Resources
  • Oil 1.000.000 BARIL DAY
  • Diamonds
  • Peace achieved april 2002

14
ANGOLA
  • For 27 years, more than 70 of the Budget was
    allocated to war
  • 8 only for education
  • Less than 1 of the budget for ST
  • Over 60 of population - illiterate

15
INFORMATION
  • Always played a vital role in the mankind
    history
  • Nowadays Still important and more accessible
    and widespread

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IT Development
  • Recent Development of ICT are phenomenal
  • Computers are progressively becoming smaller,
    more affordable and powerfull.
  • Computers can store and process pratically
    ilimited amount of data and information
  • Computers are linked by networks based on Public
    Switched Phone Lines, Satelites, Fiber-Optics
    Cables.
  • Quite everyone can communicate with any
  • other without barriers (time and across borders)

17
ICT Development
  • Revolution in the way we live our lives.
  • Without borders
  • Markets, once deemed unreachable, are now
    opening in the cyberspace for e-Commerce .
  • Global e-Commerce will generate about 7 trillion
    US Dollars in 2004.
  • Africa will contribute with 0,1
  • One can take classrooms at home or in Internet
    Kiosks.

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ICT Development
  • Revolution in the Relationship of Government and
    Citizens.
  • Public Administration can provide better services
    to the citizens
  • More transparency .
  • Transformation the Citizen to E-Citizen which
    interact on-line with the Government.

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ICT Development
  • The Challenge for African Countries is to
    transform the high-growth potential of ICT into
    a critical factor of National Development and
    Progress
  • This will improve the quality of life of citizens
    and develop the society.

20
ICT Challenges in Angola
  • Angola Government recognizes that ICT is a key
    development Challenge
  • After 27 years of war, the Government is now
    betting seriously on ICT
  • ICT will be one of the major pillar for driving
    country to sustained economic growth.
  • The Government adopted a Strategy for ICT
    covering the decade 2000-2010.

21
ICT Strategy 2000-2010 Focus
  • Promoting
  • Training
  • Improving Conditions of Access
  • Developing Infrastructure
  • Establishing the appropriate legal Bases

22
ICT Strategy 2000-2010 Keys
  • Fourfold Lines of Action
  • Building Physical Infrastructure
  • Enhancing the Policy and Legal Environment
  • Developing Human Capital
  • Promoting ICT as Major Productivity and
    Efficiency Tool

23
ICT Strategy 2000-2010 Keys
  • Building Physical Infrastructure
  • Availability, Affordability and Reliability of
    the telecommunication and Networks
    Infrastructures
  • The Government and the private sectors as well as
    civil society will work together in planning and
    provision of telecommunication facilities and
    services
  • Policy to foster competition in the provision of
    ICT- Related Services.

24
ICT Strategy 2000-2010 Keys
  • Enhancing the Policy and Legal Environment
  • The private sector must be relied upon to play a
    leading role in ICT Development
  • The Government will provide the policy and legal
    environment to encourage the growth of ICT.
  • The Government will identify, in collaboration
    with private sector, ICT Key projects.
  • Policy must promote healthy competition among all
    players.

25
ICT Strategy 2000-2010 Keys
  • Developing Human Capital
  • Developing Human resource for the support of ICT
    projects and Infrastructure
  • Developing a set of Indicators and Standards for
    ICT Education
  • Promotion of ICT Literacy
  • Promotion of ICT Research.

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ICT Strategy 2000-2010 Keys
  • Promoting ICT as Major Productivity and
    Efficiency Tool
  • ICT will be used to make local businesses more
    competitive
  • Promoting E-Commerce
  • Establishment of ICT Legal Environment to ensure
    competition, prevent fraud, foster transparency

27
Government Perception
  • Information and Communication Technologies hold
  • an enormous potential to contribute to the
  • reduction of economic and social gap and for
    the
  • achievement of sustainable development in the
  • country.

28
Government Commitment
  • The Government is providing (and will continue
    to
  • provide ) the basis for the establishment of a
  • network infrastructure and enhancement of the
  • development of services, applications and
  • Contents.

29
Digital Divide
  • For the Angola Government, the developing
  • Countries are in a unique position to offer a
    more
  • comprehensive definition of what exactly
    constitute
  • the Digital Divide.
  • Digital Divide must not be simplified as only a
    matter
  • of connectivity, access and regulatory framework.

30
ICT and Development
  • For ICT to conduce us to social and economic
    development, we need
  • a well-defined supporting role of the Government,
    the private sector, non-profit and international
    organizations
  • To Considerate the structural asymmetries between
    developed and developing countries in particular
    the African Countries.

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