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Theme: Information Society


Usage of information and communication technologies in the public sector, 2011


In 2011, according to the data of the State Statistical Office, 100% of the entities in the public sector (central and local authorities) had access to the Internet.
The most common connection to the Internet, used by 80.7% of the entities in the public sector, was via DSL technologies (ADSL or others).
In the public sector, 94.3% of the entities had local area network, LAN, based on wired connection, while 50.0% had wireless LAN. Intranet, internal computer network based on internet protocol, was used by 51.7%, while 25.0% had Extranet, i.e. allowed access of external users to parts of their intranet.
In 2011, 87.5% had their own website, and the Internet was most frequently used, by 92.6%, for interactions with the public authorities, i.e. the public administration.
During 2010, e-Government services were used by 88.1% of the entities in this sector.
In 2011, about 83% of the total number of employees in the central and local authorities were using computer, and 72% Internet.
Almost half of the entities in the public sector (48.9%) had policies designed to reduce the amount of paper used in printing or copying, 47.7% had policies for using telephone, web or video conferencing instead of physical travel.

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