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Zobel, Frank: Public Private Partnership im E-G...
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Erscheinungsdatum: 17.07.2009, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Public Private Partnership im E-Government, Titelzusatz: Neue innovative Ansätze für die Öffentliche Verwaltung, Auflage: 1. Auflage von 1990 // 1. Auflage, Autor: Zobel, Frank, Verlag: GRIN Publishing, Sprache: Deutsch, Rubrik: Politikwissenschaft, Seiten: 120, Gewicht: 180 gr, Verkäufer: averdo

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Public Private Partnership im E-Government
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Public Private Partnership im E-Government ab 34.99 € als pdf eBook: Neue innovative Ansätze für die Öffentliche Verwaltung. Aus dem Bereich: eBooks, Wirtschaft,

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Public Private Partnership im E-Government
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Critical Information Infrastructures Security
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This volume contains the proceedings of the 4th International Workshop on Critical Information Infrastructures Security (CRITIS 2009). The workshopwas held from September 30 to October 2 in the Gunnewig Hotel Bristol in Bonn, Germany. TheworkshopwasorganizedbytheFraunhoferInstituteforIntelligent Analysis and Information Systems (IAIS), Sankt Augustin, Germany. CRITIS 2009 continued the series of successful CRITIS Workshops. Com- nies,researchinstitutions,andgovernmentalorganizationsfromallmainareasof critical infrastructures took an active part in supporting CRITIS and we found CRITIS 2009 both exciting and informative. The selected papers addressed a range of key issues and demonstrated the ubiquity and global importance of - formation infrastructures. Each paper had at least three independent technical reviews and we accepted 13 full papers out of 34 submissions. We were very fortunate in having a range of invited speakers that c- ered policy, research and industry perspectives. James Smith from Los Alamos National Laboratory addressed the challenges and achievements in their work on Large-Scale Modeling and Simulation of Critical Infrastructure. Orestis Terzidis, Vice President SAP AG, talked on the The Internet for Energy: P- spectives and Challenges. Continuing with the energy theme, Alla Heidenreich, from SIEMENS AG, Corporate Research and Technologies (Germany) provided her insights on the Secure ICT Infrastructure for the Future Power Grid. Critical infrastructure protection is an area where an e?ective private public partnership is required. A government perspective was provided by Michael P- germann, German Ministry of the Interior, who talked on German strategy - garding CIIP.

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Infrastructure Development & the Role of Public...
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Infrastructure is generally defined as the physical framework of facilities through which goods and services are provided to the public. Its linkages to the economy are multiple and complex, because it affects production and consumption directly, creates positive and negative spillover effects (externalities), and involves large flows of expenditure. Generically, it has the following distinct components: (a) energy (electricity, coal, petroleum and natural gas, renewable energy sources and atomic power for civil use), (b) transport (railways, roads and road transport, ports and shipping and civil aviation), (c) telecommunications and information technology, (d) special economic zones (SEZs), (e) harnessing water resources and irrigation, (f) rural infrastructure (housing, transport, communications, water supply and sanitation) and (g) urban infrastructure (housing, transport, slum clearance/development, water supply, sanitation and sewerage and solid waste management). Till recently, as the government implemented and financed the bulk of infrastructure outlays, all the attendant project risks were also borne by the government. Resource mobilisation, mainly domestic, was through pre-emption of funds from banks and insurance companies backed by issue of dated securities. Foreign funds -- mainly in the form of project-specific aid from bilateral and multilateral sources -- supplemented the domestic resources. Hence, infrastructure financing was relatively simple and straightforward, but undoubtedly inefficient and lacking accountability. Public-private-partnership (PPP) is a mode of providing public infrastructure and services by the Government in partnership with the private sector. It is a long-term arrangement between Government and private sector entities for the provision of public utilities and services. In view of the investments made/management provided by private sector entities, there is risk sharing as well as performance-linked payments made by the Government to the private entities. PPP concessions can either be sustained by user charges collected by the concessionaire or through annuity payments made by the Government. In case annuity payments are made, they are typically borne by the Government out of the annual budgetary allocations spread over time and are essentially in the nature of deferred budgetary payments. This book provides an exhaustive and analytical account of various facets of infrastructure development in India. It contains 29 chapters which are categorised under the following 8 theme parts: Part I: Infrastructure Policy and Public-Private-Partnership (PPP); Part II: Energy Needs, Sources and Management; Part III: Transport Modes and Services; Part IV: Telecommunications, Information Technology (IT), Broadcasting and Postal Services; Part V: Special Economic Zones (SEZs); Part VI: Water Resources and Irrigation; Part VII: Rural Infrastructure and Services; and Part VIII: Urban Infrastructure and Services.

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Spies for Hire: The Secret World of Intelligenc...
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In 'Spies for Hire,' investigative reporter Tim Shorrock lifts the veil off a major story the government doesn't want us to know about -- the massive outsourcing of top secret intelligence activities to private-sector contractors.Running spy networks overseas. Tracking down terrorists in the Middle East. Interrogating enemy prisoners. Analyzing data from spy satellites and intercepted phone calls. All of these are vital intelligence tasks that traditionally have been performed by government officials accountable to Congress and the American people. But that is no longer the case. Starting during the Clinton administration, when intelligence budgets were cut drastically and privatization of government services became national policy, and expanding dramatically in the wake of 9/11, when the CIA and other agencies were frantically looking to hire analysts and linguists, the Intelligence Community has been relying more and more on corporations to perform sensitive tasks heretofore considered to be exclusively the work of federal employees. This outsourcing of intelligence activities is now a $50 billion-a-year business that consumes up to 70 percent of the U.S. intelligence budget. And it's a business that the government has tried hard to keep under wraps.Drawing on interviews with key players in the Intelligence-Industrial Complex, contractors' annual reports and public filings with the government, and on-the-spot reporting from intelligence industry conferences and investor briefings, 'Spies for Hire' provides the first behind-the-scenes look at this new way of spying. Shorrock shows how corporations such as Booz Allen Hamilton, Lockheed Martin, SAIC, CACI International, and IBM have become full partners with the CIA, the National Security Agency, and the Pentagon in their most sensitive foreign and domestic operations. He explores how this partnership has led to wasteful spending and threatens to erode the privacy protections and congressional oversight so important to American democracy.Shorrock exposes the kinds of spy work the private sector is doing, such as interrogating prisoners in Iraq, managing covert operations, and collaborating with the National Security Agency to eavesdrop on Americans' overseas phone calls and e-mails. And he casts light on a 'shadow Intelligence Community' made up of former top intelligence officials who are now employed by companies that do this spy work, such as former CIA directors George Tenet and James Woolsey. Shorrock also traces the rise of Michael McConnell from his days as head of the NSA to being a top executive at Booz Allen Hamilton to returning to government as the nation's chief spymaster.From CIA covert actions to NSA eavesdropping, from Abu Ghraib to Guantanamo, from the Pentagon's techno-driven war in Iraq to the coming global battles over information dominance and control of cyberspace, contractors are doing it all. 'Spies for Hire' goes behind today's headlines to highlight how private corporations are aiding the growth of a new and frightening national surveillance state.

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Public Private Partnership im E-Government
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Diplomarbeit aus dem Jahr 2005 im Fachbereich Organisation und Verwaltung, Note: 1,0 , Hochschule für Wirtschaft und Recht Berlin, Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: 1. Public Private Partnership im Electronic Government - neue, innovative Ansätze im öffentlichen Reformprozess? Im Angesicht eines grundlegenden Wandels des Funktions- und Rollenverständnisses von Staat und Verwaltung sind seit einigen Jahren eine Vielzahl von Veränderungsprozessen zu verzeichnen. Unter dem Leitbegriff des 'New Public Management' gibt es seit den 1990er Jahren in Deutschland Bestrebungen, die öffentliche Verwaltung umfangreich zu modernisieren. Ausgehend von Impulsen aus dem Ausland umfasst die Reformbewegung eine Vielzahl von Ansätzen, welche überwiegend betriebswirtschaftlich orientiert sind. Vor dem Hintergrund der Auflösung der traditionellen Schnittstellen zwischen Kernverwaltung, öffentlichen Unternehmen und Markt ist Public Private Partnership im Rahmen dieser Reformbestrebungen zu einem zentralen Diskussionsthema geworden. Viele Vorhaben in diesem Bereich haben sich in jüngerer Vergangenheit aus der Praxis entwickelt oder sollen als Pilotprojekte dazu dienen, sowohl Erfahrungen in der Zusammenarbeit der öffentlichen Verwaltung mit privaten Akteuren zu sammeln, als auch die mit den neuen Formen öffentlicher Aufgabenerfüllung verbundenen Chancen, wie z.B. Kosten- und Haushaltsentlastung und den Zugang zu neuen Technologien, zu nutzen. Analog dazu ist die Auseinandersetzung mit diesem Thema - insbesondere mit dem Bezug auf Informationstechnologie (IT) und Electronic Government - in Deutschland relativ neu, so dass derzeit noch verhältnismässig wenig Studien und Literatur existieren. Dies steht im Gegensatz zur der zunehmend inflationären und undifferenzierten Verwendung des Schlagworts 'Public Private Partnership'. Zielstellung dieser Arbeit soll es sein, einen theoretischen Bezugsrahmen zum Thema Public Private Partnership zu schaffen. Es soll der Frage nachgegangen werden, welche Rolle das Instrument PPP im öffentlichen Reformprozess spielt und wie sich damit neue innovative Ansätze für die Verwaltung darstellen. Hieraus folgt, dass die Betrachtung des Themas insbesondere aus der Perspektive des öffentlichen Kooperationspartners erfolgt, wobei aber auch die Interessen des privaten Partners an einer Zusammenarbeit in Form von PPP mit den damit verbundenen Chancen und Risiken angesprochen werden. Der besondere Schwerpunkt wird in der Betrachtung von PPP im Bereich der IT- Projekte im zukunftsweisenden Sektor des Electronic Government, weiterer wichtiger Bestandteil der Verwaltungsreformen, gesetzt.

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Spies for Hire: The Secret World of Intelligenc...
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In 'Spies for Hire,' investigative reporter Tim Shorrock lifts the veil off a major story the government doesn't want us to know about -- the massive outsourcing of top secret intelligence activities to private-sector contractors.Running spy networks overseas. Tracking down terrorists in the Middle East. Interrogating enemy prisoners. Analyzing data from spy satellites and intercepted phone calls. All of these are vital intelligence tasks that traditionally have been performed by government officials accountable to Congress and the American people. But that is no longer the case. Starting during the Clinton administration, when intelligence budgets were cut drastically and privatization of government services became national policy, and expanding dramatically in the wake of 9/11, when the CIA and other agencies were frantically looking to hire analysts and linguists, the Intelligence Community has been relying more and more on corporations to perform sensitive tasks heretofore considered to be exclusively the work of federal employees. This outsourcing of intelligence activities is now a $50 billion-a-year business that consumes up to 70 percent of the U.S. intelligence budget. And it's a business that the government has tried hard to keep under wraps.Drawing on interviews with key players in the Intelligence-Industrial Complex, contractors' annual reports and public filings with the government, and on-the-spot reporting from intelligence industry conferences and investor briefings, 'Spies for Hire' provides the first behind-the-scenes look at this new way of spying. Shorrock shows how corporations such as Booz Allen Hamilton, Lockheed Martin, SAIC, CACI International, and IBM have become full partners with the CIA, the National Security Agency, and the Pentagon in their most sensitive foreign and domestic operations. He explores how this partnership has led to wasteful spending and threatens to erode the privacy protections and congressional oversight so important to American democracy.Shorrock exposes the kinds of spy work the private sector is doing, such as interrogating prisoners in Iraq, managing covert operations, and collaborating with the National Security Agency to eavesdrop on Americans' overseas phone calls and e-mails. And he casts light on a 'shadow Intelligence Community' made up of former top intelligence officials who are now employed by companies that do this spy work, such as former CIA directors George Tenet and James Woolsey. Shorrock also traces the rise of Michael McConnell from his days as head of the NSA to being a top executive at Booz Allen Hamilton to returning to government as the nation's chief spymaster.From CIA covert actions to NSA eavesdropping, from Abu Ghraib to Guantanamo, from the Pentagon's techno-driven war in Iraq to the coming global battles over information dominance and control of cyberspace, contractors are doing it all. 'Spies for Hire' goes behind today's headlines to highlight how private corporations are aiding the growth of a new and frightening national surveillance state.

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Infrastructure Development & the Role of Public...
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Infrastructure is generally defined as the physical framework of facilities through which goods and services are provided to the public. Its linkages to the economy are multiple and complex, because it affects production and consumption directly, creates positive and negative spillover effects (externalities), and involves large flows of expenditure. Generically, it has the following distinct components: (a) energy (electricity, coal, petroleum and natural gas, renewable energy sources and atomic power for civil use), (b) transport (railways, roads and road transport, ports and shipping and civil aviation), (c) telecommunications and information technology, (d) special economic zones (SEZs), (e) harnessing water resources and irrigation, (f) rural infrastructure (housing, transport, communications, water supply and sanitation) and (g) urban infrastructure (housing, transport, slum clearance/development, water supply, sanitation and sewerage and solid waste management). Till recently, as the government implemented and financed the bulk of infrastructure outlays, all the attendant project risks were also borne by the government. Resource mobilisation, mainly domestic, was through pre-emption of funds from banks and insurance companies backed by issue of dated securities. Foreign funds -- mainly in the form of project-specific aid from bilateral and multilateral sources -- supplemented the domestic resources. Hence, infrastructure financing was relatively simple and straightforward, but undoubtedly inefficient and lacking accountability. Public-private-partnership (PPP) is a mode of providing public infrastructure and services by the Government in partnership with the private sector. It is a long-term arrangement between Government and private sector entities for the provision of public utilities and services. In view of the investments made/management provided by private sector entities, there is risk sharing as well as performance-linked payments made by the Government to the private entities. PPP concessions can either be sustained by user charges collected by the concessionaire or through annuity payments made by the Government. In case annuity payments are made, they are typically borne by the Government out of the annual budgetary allocations spread over time and are essentially in the nature of deferred budgetary payments. This book provides an exhaustive and analytical account of various facets of infrastructure development in India. It contains 29 chapters which are categorised under the following 8 theme parts: Part I: Infrastructure Policy and Public-Private-Partnership (PPP); Part II: Energy Needs, Sources and Management; Part III: Transport Modes and Services; Part IV: Telecommunications, Information Technology (IT), Broadcasting and Postal Services; Part V: Special Economic Zones (SEZs); Part VI: Water Resources and Irrigation; Part VII: Rural Infrastructure and Services; and Part VIII: Urban Infrastructure and Services.

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