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20.4.2017 - First day Conference Session:


LECTURE 5

Lecturer: Krešimir Jendričko, Ministry of Regional Development and EU Funds (MRDEUF)

Lecture:  Development of Next Generation Access Networks through projects co-financed by the European structural and investment funds 


LECTURE 6

Lecturer: Damir Štimac, Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning (MCPP)

Lecture:  Analysis of procedures that precede issuance of building permits for the development of Next Generation Broadband Access infrastructure in Croatia


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Lecture 5

Krešimir Jendričko, univ. spec. oec., completed the professional study in administrative law and professional study of public administration at the Polytechnic of Social Science in Zagreb. At the University of Applied Sciences Baltazar Zaprešić he completed the specialist professional graduate study "Project management". At the Faculty of Economics in Osijek, J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek, he completed the postgraduate specialist study "Marketing of Special Areas". Currently, he is attending the postgraduate doctoral study "Management" at the Faculty of Economics in Osijek, J.J. Strossmayer University of Osijek. Since 2011, he has been working in government bodies responsible for coordinating and management of the EU funds. At the Ministry of Regional Development and European Union Funds he is currently responsible for the activities related to the preparation and implementation of the projects in the area of the economic strengthening and competitiveness.

Lecturer: Krešimir Jendričko, Ministry of Regional Development and EU Funds (MRDEUF)

Lecture: Development of Next Generation Access Networks through projects co-financed by the European structural and investment funds

Abstract

Europe 2020 Strategyunderlines the importance of using broadband access to promote the social inclusion and competitiveness in the EU. One of the main priorities of Digital Agenda for Europe is the reduction of a digital divide. As identified in the Commission Position Paper, Croatia is lagging behind the EU average broadband penetration level, and its economy would benefit from improved next generation access. By adopting the Broadband Development Strategy for the Republic of Croatia in the period 2016 to 2020 and the National framework programme for the development of broadband infrastructure in areas lacking sufficient commercial interest for investments, the Government of the Republic of Croatia has determined that the development of broadband is of special interest to the Republic of Croatia and one of the prerequisites for the development of modern economy and by the adoption of these documents it has been given a strong political and active incentive to create the conditions for speeding up the development of fast broadband internet access in the Republic of Croatia and achieving its availability and use at least at the EU average level by the end of 2020. The main expected objective to be achieved through the use of funds allocated within the Operational Programme Competitiveness and Cohesion 2014 - 2020 (OPCC) and national funding (public and private) is to increase national coverage with the Next Generation Networks (NGN) by 2023. The lecture will provide an insight into the current state of preparation of the call for proposals for co-financing the projects under the OPCC which will enable deployment of Next Generation Access Networks (NGA) in areas where there is insufficient commercial interest for investments.

Presentation will be in Croatian!


 

Lecture 6

Damir Štimac, univ.spec.oec., is a civil servant employed with the Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning in Zagreb. Prior to the employment with the Ministry, he worked in the real sector of construction and acquired experience at assignments of design, expert supervision of construction and execution of all types of construction works, as well as in the realisation of a construction work, having the competence and professional qualification of a specialist in civil engineering, which he obtained at the University of Civil Engineering Sciences in Rijeka and the Zagreb University of Applied Sciences in Zagreb. At the postgraduate study of the Faculty of Economics of the University in Osijek he acquired specialist knowledge in the field of economic sciences. His field of interest is building project management and he has acquired special education and expertise for the profession of project management and is registered in the Register of the Croatian Chamber of Civil Engineers. At the Ministry, in the function of investor, he conducted and coordinated the realisation of building projects according to programmes, based on decisions of the Government of the Republic of Croatia, for the Ministry of Croatian War Veterans, the Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy, the Environmental Protection and Energy Efficiency Fund, and the beneficiaries Meteorological and Hydrological Service (DHMZ), towns and cities, etc. Until December 2016, he was adviser to the minister of construction and physical planning. As he is a permanent expert witness for construction and property appraisal, he has been participating in delivering certain expert opinions for the Ministry, as well as member of several commissions for adoption of legislation in other Ministries, and also member of the Doing Business Reform Team with the Ministry of Economy, Entrepreneurship and Crafts, with the aim of simplification of procedures in order to facilitate doing business in Croatia (Doing Business 2018).

 

Lecturer:Damir Štimac, Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning (MCPP)

Lecture: Analysis of procedures that precede issuance of building permits for the development of Next Generation Broadband Access infrastructure in Croatia

Abstract:

Digitalisation of society in Croatia and high-quality connectivity of business operations (services) with other countries (Internet) is preceded by the development of next generation broadband access infrastructure. The project is of interest to the Republic of Croatia and it is necessary (at the stage of preparation of the realisation plan) to carry out all the measures set out in the Strategy of development of broadband access in the Republic of Croatia in the period from 2016 to 2020 (Official Gazette 68/16 – Strategy). The Ministry of Construction and Physical Planning (MCPP) is in charge of measure 5 for the implementation of targets from the Strategy according to the Action plan for the planned period, i.e., for the simplification of the procedures that precede the issuance of buildings permits. MCPP shall carry out an analysis of the procedures aimed at facilitating business operations and simplifying procedures prescribed by legislation, and at reducing operational activities and protocols. By establishing single information points (SIP) on official websites of the State Geodetic Administration (DGU) and the MCPP (for a better quality and speedier realisation of infrastructure development), access to required information shall be facilitated, that is, this basic information on the existing physical infrastructure of network operators shall be publicly available and transparent, as well as notices on planned construction works of network operators, and information related to the procedure of building permit issuance.

Presentation will be in Croatian!


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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