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Automated System for Customs Data

The Automated System for Customs Data is a computerized system designed by the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development to administer a countrys customs. In 2004 there were more than 50 operational projects with expenditures exceeding US million. It is the largest technical cooperation programme of the UNCTAD, covering over 80 countries and 4 regional projects. There are three generations of ASYCUDA in use: ASYCUDA version 2.7, ASYCUDA++ and ASYCUDA World. They were built using different paradigms and solutions available at conception. ASYCUDA World is the most recent version. Cape Verde adopted use of ASYCUDA World in January 2016. UNCTADs aim was to build a computer system to assist customs authorities or their local equivalents all over the world to automate and control their core processes and obtain timely, accurate and valuable information to support government projections and planning.

                                               

CalWIN

CalWIN is an online, real-time computer program that supports the administration of welfare in California. These include CalWORKs, CalFresh, Medi-Cal, General Assistance/General Relief, Foster Care, and case management functions for employment services. It facilitates accounting and management reports, interfaces with the California state government, and satisfies the US federal mandate for the Statewide Automated Welfare System. It is managed by the Welfare Client Data System Consortium joint powers authority. CalWIN has been used in 18 California counties since 2005. It replaced a legacy system, CDS, which lacked sufficient automation to support tracking of time-on-aid federal requirements. CalWIN, like CDS, was purchased from the IT architecture company Electronic Data Systems EDS and was originally developed by Deloitte Consulting. CalWINs design was driven by federal requirements and regulations, largely as directed by the WCDS Consortium. CalWIN runs eligibility and benefit determinations, case maintenance, application registration, and statistical reporting functions. New client data is entered by the clerical and eligibility staff of county social service agencies. Certain other data is entered by CalWIN Project staff. Despite the goal of automation, CalWIN requires manual interventions to prevent certain erroneous determinations and actions.

                                               

Civic application

Civic application is application software aiming at users activation to participate in public good development through this application. In civil societies, civic applications are created to enhance public good, civic engagement, and generally social capital. Civic applications can for example aim at: development of engaged citizenship, protection of nature and a common living space, etc. growth of democracy, strengthening of local communities, supporting entrepreneurship, Civic applications are to some extent often social networking services, but what distinguishes them is the civic goal, the mission funding its existence. Interaction between the user and the application is what differentiates civic applications from any IT service website, portal speaking about any citizens topics, where interaction is not necessary and if exists often takes form of commenting under articles. Civic application can be accessed from a server via an Internet browser online or using mobile devices, such as mobile phones or tablets mobile, less often from users local drive offline. Non-Governmental Organisations and public national institutions are noticing the value of the civic apps and invite people working in Information Technology domain to participate in their development. Very often they are created as part of "hackatons", IT development competitions. Civic applications are part of a greater concept of civic technologies, which encompass variety of civic applications, together with any software tools and platforms, enabling its development or hosting, and the software supporting local and national governments in performing their public functions.

                                               

Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor

Computer Online Forensic Evidence Extractor is a tool kit, developed by Microsoft, to help computer forensic investigators extract evidence from a Windows computer. Installed on a USB flash drive or other external disk drive, it acts as an automated forensic tool during a live analysis. Microsoft provides COFEE devices and online technical support free to law enforcement agencies.

                                               

List of State of California enterprise computing systems

Variant names: ALIRTS Department: Office of Statewide Health Planning and Development. Function: Tracks licensing information of health care facilities in the State of California. This includes clinics, acute care hospitals, and other in-patent facilities. Does not cover dentists or other private medical practices. Details: none. Exists as of: 2007.

                                               

Fabasoft eGov-Suite

Fabasoft eGov-Suite is an application software product for document and records management for the public sector. For example, the software is used to implement eGovernment in the Federal Republic of Austria.