Espaço de Futuros

O desenvolvimento e o desempenho das telecomunicações brasileiras são condicionados pelos "valores" e pelos "futuros" que compõem o núcleo e a visão das pessoas responsáveis pela realização destes desenvolvimento e desempenho.

O WiseTel propõe a realização de um Projeto Especial sôbre
"O Núcleo de Valores e o Espaço de Futuros das
Telecomunicações Brasileiras"
A seguir apresentamos um resultado parcial da nossa pesquisa.

Núcleo de Valores: | Religiosos | Filosóficos | Científicos | Tecnológicos | Ecológicos |
Espaço de Futuros: |
Visões | Tendências | Referências | Projetos <=> Pactos |

Projetos <=> Pactos: Projeto(s) Brasileiro(s)
Projetos <=> Pactos:
Projetos TransNacionais
Projetos <=> Pactos:
Projetos de Países Estrangeiros
Projetos <=> Pactos:
Organizações (Estrutura e Funcionamento)

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Declaração Universal dos Direitos Humanos


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A revolução da informação - Peter Drucker

Power Shift - Toffler

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization,  was established on 16th of November 1945, it has its headquarters in Paris, France and 60 field offices and units in different parts of the world.

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Desenvolvimento Urbano numa Sociedade Globalizada e Telemediática

Stephen Graham
Catedrático em Planejamento Urbano do Centro de Tecnologia Urbana da Universidade de Newcastle, Inglaterra.

Projetos <=> Pactos: Projeto(s) Brasileiro(s)
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Projeto Brasil 2020

Brasil 2020 - Cenário Diadorim

As Orientações Estratégicas do Presidente da República e o Plano Plurianual PPA  2000-2003

Brasil em Ação e Avança Brasil

As Telecomunicações no Estudo dos Eixos de Integração e Desenvolvimento realizado pelo BNDES para o PPA 2000-2003

PASTE - Programa de Recuperação e Ampliação do Sistema de Telecomunicações e do Sistema Postal - Edição 1997

Termo de Referência: Questões a serem abordadas pelo Comitê Estratégico: Infra-estrutura Nacional de Informações da ANATEL

Brasil, Uma Sociedade Aberta (Tele)Informatizada

Política de Desenvolvimento Tecnológico de Telecomunicações - Uma Propostaítica_de_desenvolvimento_tecn.htm

Projetos <=> Pactos: Projetos TransNacionais
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UNESCO Observatory on the Information Society

Consenso de Washington

Basic Telecom Negotiations
Statement of Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky
February 15, 1997

World Bank - Telecommunications and Informatics

How is information shaping the economy and society?

Mission Statement: Telecommunications and Informatics possess the potential to impact every individual in nearly every social and economic activity. As a consequence, the World Bank values highly the role that information and communication technologies play in economic development, and addresses them through the efforts of a great number of individuals throughout the organization.

TechNet, an initiative of the World Bank, was originally created under the Vice Presidency for Finance & Private Sector Development (FPD) and since 1998 has become the locus for a thematic group on Science & Technology housed in the Energy, Mining and Telecommunications (EMT) Department.

TechNet is designed to encourage understanding of, and promote the use of science, technology and information in development.

This TechNet Website is a conferencing space, an information center on TechNet-related events, and an archive of key resources and contacts.

Strategic Issues

Conference on the Exhaustion of Intellectual Property
Rights and Parallel Importation in World Trade

Wassenaar Arrangement

OECD - International Futures Programme

Introduction to the OECD International Futures Programme

Today's decision makers face a complex and uncertain world, in which the assessment of the trends shaping our long term future has become a formidable challenge. Economic, social and technological forces are combining to drive change along at great speed and in sometimes unexpected directions. A growing deluge of information is making it increasingly hard to discern the key factors affecting the long term.

The OECD International Futures Programme is designed to help decision makers in government and industry come to grips with this challenge. The Programme offers a number of distinguishing features:

All of this is backed up by the OECD's unique experience and capacity for in depth analysis across a wide range of policy areas of keen interest to governments.

Established in 1990, the Programme consists of four interrelated and mutually supportive elements:

The OECD International Futures Programme is only partially financed through the ordinary budget of the Organisation. A major part of its funding is based on voluntary contributions from governments of OECD Member countries and on grants from enterprises and foundations.

OECD - global information infrastructures

The OECD is increasingly involved in the policy debate on global information infrastructures: their development, applications and impacts. There is much discussion of the profound impact that information and communication technologies will have, but little agreement about where these developments will (or should) lead the economy and society.

The vision of future outcomes remains vague owing to a lack of sufficient economic theory, analytical methodology, quantitative data, and empirical work to provide economic evidence of the ongoing changes. Yet data and analysis are necessary to ensure that coming policy debates are conducted in an informed way.

The OECD develops economic data, research and analysis as a basis for policy discussions. It is currently organising a series of workshops on the Economics of the Information Society.

OECD - Global Information Infrastructure - Global Information Society (GII-GIS)

As information technologies become more ubiquitous, their economic impact becomes both more significant and more diffuse. The 1997 Information Technology Outlook analyses several relevant issues.

OECD - Communications Outlook 1997

OECD - Dismantling the Barriers to Global Electronic Commerce

OECD - Cross-Ownership and Convergence: Policy Issues

OECD - Policies on Interconnection

The following reports include information on policy approaches in the area of interconnection between telecommunication networks in respect to issues such as pricing, arbitration, competitive safeguards, pertinent legislation and so forth. The documents were submitted by Member country delegations to the Telecommunication and Information Services Policy meeting in September 1997.

OECD - Internationalisation of Industrial R&D: Patterns and Trends

In an age of globalising production, the internationalisation of industrial R&D is an increasingly pronounced feature in OECD countries. But just how extensive a phenomenon is it? What proportion of national research is under foreign control, and in which sectors? How much R&D do multinational corporations undertake outside their own home countries? This report also analyses the linkages between the production and R&D activities of foreign affiliates in OECD countries, and of affiliates of domestic firms abroad, on a sectoral level. It highlights the need to reassess each country's potential for R&D and innovation, in the light of what is being done both within and beyond its borders.

OECD - Consumer Relations

OECD - IT Resources: Government related links


European Council
Building the Information Communications Technologies Highway

EU - Information society, telecommunications

Most people agree that we are living in a revolutionary period in which the impact of the new information and communications technologies is as profound, if not more so, than the era of steam or the arrival of electrification. They are steadily changing the ways in which we live and work, transforming our societies.

While others have talked of 'information super-highways', Europeans prefer the concept of the 'information society'. This term more accurately reflects their awareness that there are very broad social and organizational changes which have to be confronted as a result of the information and communications revolution.

EU - Promotion of the information society

... the Commission is doing much to raise public awareness and to stimulate debate on Information Society issues. It has created the Information Society Project Office (ISPO) as a one-stop shop for information on the EU's activities in this area.

... The EU has also been energetically pursuing an international strategy designed to lead to a global information society. The Ministerial Conference of the G7 group of leading industrialized countries hosted by the Commission in February 1995 agreed on the need to establish the basis for global networks, and to help the less-developed countries participate in the information revolution.

The G7 meeting also agreed to launch their cooperation through a number of pilot projects to foster information exchange and to help create new markets for services and products. The Commission was given the task of coordinating the global inventory project whose goal is to create a multimedia database of major national and international projects and studies relevant to the development and promotion of the information society.

EC Information Society Project Office

The Information Society




GIP Catalogue

contains a collection of sites, organisations and events, which are of interest to the development of the Information Society.


Projetos <=> Pactos: Projetos de Países Estrangeiros
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Basic Telecom Negotiations
Statement of Ambassador Charlene Barshefsky
February 15, 1997

USA - National Information Infrastructure (NII)

The White House formed the Information Infrastructure Task Force (IITF) to articulate and implement the Administration's vision for the National Information Infrastructure (NII). The task force consists of high-level representatives of the Federal agencies that play a major role in the development and application of information and telecommunications technologies.

Working together with the private sector, the participating agencies will develop comprehensive technology, telecommunications, and information policies and promote applications that best meet the needs of both the agencies and the country. By helping build consensus on difficult policy issues, the IITF will enable agencies to make and implement policy more quickly and effectively.

USA - Global Electronic Commerce

A Framework for Global Electronic Commerce
The White House - July 1, 1997

The Emerging Digital Economy

Selected links on electronic commerce and Internet policies

Army's Electronic Commerce program

This website was developed to provide the Army community a single point of reference regarding the Army's Electronic Commerce program. As you view this site, you will find the latest information on Upcoming Events, Newsletters and Articles relating to the Army's EC initiatives, and various links to Federal and Commercial EC Websites. For a more complete description please read the Army EC Center Conceptual Overview.



Preparing Canada for a Digital World

A social, economic and cultural revolution is now transforming the world. A new game is starting, and the older rules no longer apply. It is imperative that Canada move quickly to meet the challenges and seize the opportunities of this new age.

If anything, the pace of change has accelerated since the Information Highway Advisory Council began its work three years ago. Since that time, much has been accomplished by Canadian governments, industry and individuals. Much remains to be done, however, and our sense of urgency has not abated.

What is this revolution? What challenges does it pose? What opportunities does it present? How can Canadians take advantage of this profound shift in social and economic paradigms?


Canada and the Internet Revolution:Connecting Canadians
John Manley

This text is an edited speech made by John Manley to the 1999 annual meeting of the Trilateral Commission in Washington, D.C. John Manley is Canada’s Minister of Industry (since 1993).


Towards the Age of the Digital Economy
For Rapid Progress in the Japanese Economy and
World Economic Growth in the 21st Century

Differences in the Application of Information Technology between the United States and Japan

The Japanese economy has finally passed through the long period of stagnation which came after the bursting of the "economic bubble," and has been on the road to recovery. However, anxiety still remains concerning the future of the economy. Meanwhile, in the 1990s the economy of the United States has recaptured its ability to compete, and has shown continuous powerful and stable growth.

Certainly one of the reasons for this difference in economic performance is the difference in the application of information technology in the two nations. That is to say, after the bursting of the economic bubble in Japan investment in information technology fell greatly, and as a result efforts to reform the economic structure with the application of information technology have lagged behind; and it is believed that this is one of the reasons for the low pace in the economic recovery in Japan. In the United States, on the other hand, there has been an increase in investment in information technology, even in periods of economic recession. This bolsters the growth of the electronic information industry, which in turn brings about increased investment in information technology.

Ministry of Posts and Telecommunications of Japan

Outline of the Telecommunications Business in Japan - January 1999


Reino Unido

House of Lords Session 1996-97

Information Society: Agenda for Action in the UK
5th Report - Ordered to be printed 23 July 1996 HL Paper 77

Desenvolvimento Urbano numa Sociedade Globalizada e Telemediática
Stephen Graham
Catedrático em Planejamento Urbano do Centro de Tecnologia Urbana da Universidade de Newcastle, Inglaterra. Seu e-mail:





This page directly links at least 53 countries' Internet Backbones, Telecommunications and government information infrastructure policies.

Outros a Examinar

OFTEL – Office of Telecommunications
SITEL Corporation
CSPP – Computer Systems Policy Project
Benton Foundation

Projetos <=> Pactos: Organizações (Estrutura e Funcionamento)
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NTIA - National Telecomunication and Information Administration

NTIA is an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce, is the Executive Branch's principal voice on domestic and international telecommunications and information technology issues.

NTIA works to spur innovation, encourage competition, help create jobs and provide consumers with more choices and better quality telecommunications products and services at lower prices.

By the 21st Century, telecommunications and information-related industries will account for approximately 20 percent of the U.S. economy.

Telecommunications and information issues are dynamic, multi disciplinary and complex. NTIA's expertise and advocacy enable the U.S. to continue its lead in this area that is an integral part of America's competitiveness.

NCS - National Communication System

NCC - the National Coordinating Center for Telecommunications

NSTAC - National Security Telecommunications Advisory Committee

NSA - National Secutity Agency

EUA - Federal Trade Comission - FTC

EUA -Federal Communication Comission FCC

Ligue-se com a Comunidade das Telecomunicações Brasileiras na Internet 

Esta seção contém o resultado parcial de projeto de pesquisa, seleção, organização, apresentação e distribuição de dados, informações e conhecimentos considerados úteis para a melhor definição, entendimento e resolução de questões que a editoria do considera relevante para o desenvolvimento e melhoria do desempenho das telecomunicações brasileiras.