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Peraturan Menteri Negara Pemberdayaan Perempuan dan Perlindungan Anak Republik Indonesia nomor 08 tahun 2010 tentang pedoman perencanaan dan penganggaran responsif gender bidang ketenagakerjaan dan ketransmigrasian

Regulation of Indonesian Minister of Women's Empowerment and Child Protection on guidelines for gender responsive planning and budgeting in manpower and transmigration fields.

Regulation of Indonesian Minister of Women's Empowerment and Child Protection on guidelines for gender responsive planning and budgeting in manpower and transmigration fields.

Anggaran Dasar dan Anggaran Rumah Tangga (AD/ART) Himpunan Kerukunan Tani Indonesia (HKTI).

Statutes and by-laws of the Indonesian Farmers Association (HKTI).

Statutes and by-laws of the Indonesian Farmers Association (HKTI).

Information and Communication Technology and Small and Medium Sized Enterprises

From Theory to Practice

The arrival of Information and Communication Technology may play a role in restoring competitiveness, since these technologies are also a factor in relaxing the constraints specific to SMEs. ICT makes a number of services possible in a large range of processes and transactions within and between companies. Internally, ICT applications can improve knowledge and information management practices; they can also allow more rapid and more reliable transactions between businesses (B2B) and between businesses and consumers (B2C). They are equally quite effective in improving external business communications and service quality for both new and existing clients. They also appear to be a source of competitive advantage for SMEs under certain conditions. Few studies have focused on the ways that SMEs can use ICT to improve and defend their competitive positions. This book provides a synthesis of the advantages of ICT for SMEs. Seven chapter illustrate the technologies used in such companies. Each of these chapters provides a theoretical and/or practical view of the way that SMEs can use ICT. This book is an indispensable reference for both academics and for practitioners.

This book provides a synthesis of the advantages of ICT for SMEs. Seven chapter illustrate the technologies used in such companies. Each of these chapters provides a theoretical and/or practical view of the way that SMEs can use ICT.

Federal Networking and Information Technology Research and Development Program (NITRD)

Funding Issues and Activities

Contents: (1) Overview, Structure and Funding of NITRD:: Amer. Recovery and Reinvest. Act of 2009; Amer. Competitiveness Initiative; NCO, PITAC, and Related Reports and Activities: National Cyber Leap Year Summit; High-Confidence Medical Devices: Cyber-Physical Systems for 21st Cent. Health Care; Digital Data for Science and Society; Fed. Plan for Advanced Networking R&D; Info. Tech. R&D in a Competitive World; Fed. Plan for Cyber Security and Info. Assurance R&D; NSA Superconducting Tech. Assessment; Computational Science; Cyber Security; NITRD Enabling and Governing Legislation: High-Performance Computing Act of 1991; Next Generation Internet Research Act of 1998; (2) Fed. Tech. Funding. Illus.

Contents: (1) Overview, Structure and Funding of NITRD:: Amer.

Information Technology Control and Audit, Third Edition

The headline-grabbing financial scandals of recent years have led to a great urgency regarding organizational governance and security. Information technology is the engine that runs modern organizations, and as such, it must be well-managed and controlled. Organizations and individuals are dependent on network environment technologies, increasing the importance of security and privacy. The field has answered this sense of urgency with advances that have improved the ability to both control the technology and audit the information that is the lifeblood of modern business. Reflects the Latest Technological Advances Updated and revised, this third edition of Information Technology Control and Audit continues to present a comprehensive overview for IT professionals and auditors. Aligned to the CobiT control objectives, it provides a fundamental understanding of IT governance, controls, auditing applications, systems development, and operations. Demonstrating why controls and audits are critical, and defining advances in technology designed to support them, this volume meets the increasing need for audit and control professionals to understand information technology and the controls required to manage this key resource. A Powerful Primer for the CISA and CGEIT Exams Supporting and analyzing the CobiT model, this text prepares IT professionals for the CISA and CGEIT exams. With summary sections, exercises, review questions, and references for further readings, it promotes the mastery of the concepts and practical implementation of controls needed to effectively manage information technology resources. New in the Third Edition: Reorganized and expanded to align to the CobiT objectives Supports study for both the CISA and CGEIT exams Includes chapters on IT financial and sourcing management Adds a section on Delivery and Support control objectives Includes additional content on audit and control of outsourcing, change management, risk management, and compliance

The first part of this text examines the foundation for information technology (IT)
audit and control. This foundation has evolved through the recognition of the
need for strong IT controls by professional organizations, business, and
government.

Information Technology

Federal Agencies Need to Strengthen Investment Board Oversight of Poorly Planned and Performing Projects

The fed. gov¿t. will spend $71 billion for info. technol. (IT) projects for FY 2009. These projects must be planned and managed effectively. This includes ensuring that they receive selection and oversight reviews. Selection involves identifying and analyzing projects' risks and returns and selecting those that will best support the agency's needs; oversight includes reviewing the progress of projects against expectations and taking corrective action when these expectations are not being met. This report determines whether: (1) fed. agencies have guidance on the role of their department-level investment review boards in selecting and overseeing IT projects; and (2) these boards are performing reviews of poorly planned and poorly performing projects. Illus.

In written comments on a draft of this report, the Commissioner of the Social
Security Administration asked that we remove the Information Technology
Operations Assurance project we reviewed from our report because it is not a
poorly ...