RT Labs partners with a conference on regional informatization for South and North Caucasus federal districts

26 May

Olginka, Krasnodarsky Krai , 25-26 May 2016

Olginka in Krasnodarsky Krai hosted an annual fifth inter-regional conference on regional informatization in South and North Caucasus federal districts on 25-26 May 2016, organized by Rostelecom. RT Labs acted as a Partner of the event offering presentations on e-government, regional sections of healthcare informatization systems and information security.

In her presentation, Alisa Korzhenevskaya, Director for E-Government Information Systems Development, RT Labs, discussed the key benefits and development plans of the System for Procedural Compliance (SIR), pointing to the essential changes in the regional e-government infrastructure. She highlighted the key differences between SMEV 3.0 and SMEV 2.0 (the System for Inter-Agency Electronic Communication) and discussed the outlook for further development of the system and of the public services portal. 

At a workshop on Regional Informatization, our representatives shared their views on advanced approaches and data protection features in government and municipal systems. RT Labs experts believe that having a trusted partner in the capacity of information security operator will help customers to deliver the required level of protection, spending much less on ongoing upgrades of information security tools.

Pavel Komov, our integration project manager, discussed the progress of implementation of Presidential Decree No.601, under which the percentage of citizens using federal and municipal e-services has to reach at least 70% by 2018. To that end, the Telecom Ministry has developed a Public Services Portal Brand Book that enables federal entities to campaign for e-services independently of one another. The use of the polling mechanism has also changed, being now based on the Rosstat methodology.

The Company also presented its services and products on dedicated expert platforms, demonstrating main e-government systems and a set of solutions for healthcare.

Over the two days of the conference, the participants discussed the progress of regional informatization projects in health and safety, e-government, industry-wide informatization in healthcare, education, utility services and agriculture. Separately discussed were such issues as communication across government agencies and commercial entities in infrastructure informatization projects, enhanced investment actions by the regions and, specifically, public / private partnership.

The conference was attended by over 200 local government representatives from southern Russia and their federal supervisors.