Minggu, 31 Oktober 2010

How to Book An Airasia e-ticket via Internet

In this blog, I am going to tell you about booking an e-ticket. There are several steps to get it. Through internet, you will find an easy way to get your flight ticket without going to travel agent. Even if this is the first time for me to book an online ticket, but it was going easily. So, all you have to do is just follow the following steps. Here are the steps:
1. Search
In this first step, you should find your destiny first. Then, if you have decided where you want to go, then you should fill in whether you want to buy one-way trip or departing and return. Afterwards, if you are planning to go somewhere with more than one person, you should fill in the number of guests. If you are going to go by yourself, you can skip it. After you fill all the questions, you may click on “search” to go to the second step.
2. Select
Available flights will be displayed with the fare & travel time. Then, you may select which one you like. If there is no special need for you, you can continue your next step.
3. Guest and contact
In this step, you should fill in your contact details and personal details. After, you fill in, you may pick your seat on “pick a seat”. If you are sure with your seat, you can click on “confirm and continue”. After you fill in all the requirements, you may continue your step.
4. Payment
You should verify the total price of your flight(s) by selecting your payment method whether it is by using credit card, direct debit or e-gift voucher.
5. Itinerary
When your payment has been processed, your flight itinerary will be displayed on your screen and sent to your email.
At last, if you follow this step, I am really sure that you will not get lost. Enjoy your flight.

District Governments of Kutai Kartanegara

District Governments of Kutai Kartanegara will become the first in Indonesia to implement public service “e-government” systems. Data Central Office of Information and Communication Technology district government Kukar, targeting the implementation of the system is effective no later than mid-year. Information technology-based public service is based on Kepmendagri Number 24 Year 2006 on Guidelines for Implementation of One Stop Service (P3TSP). According to the Head Office of G Fachrannas Hifsi Pusdatinkom Kukar, “e-government” system that was developed in Kukar is the application of information technology to meet the needs of the community will be transparency in government public services. Technologically-based system of public service information has been initiated by Regent Kukar Syaukani HR, long before Kepmendagri No. 24 of 2006 published. Even its implementation has started dirintiswujudkan began in 2002 with a spending budget of approximately USD 100 billion more.
Since then the development of network devices that the system has continued to do until now been completed. There are 20 towers were built. In every district (18 districts) in Kukar, built a tower, plus two towers in Bukit Soeharto and Ritan. Tower Development in Bukit Soeharto, done to strengthen access to information from the coastal area Kukar. While the tower in Ritan to help network installed in Tabang, because most end of the network in the district Kukar can not be connected directly to a central network in the capital district, Tenggarong. Also in each sub-district offices and local government agencies also built the server, the frequency of each will soon be regulated. Development of public services e-government system is an attempt Pemkab Kukar accelerate work processes and institutions through the automation of administrative modernization in the field offices and services online. It is important to meet the needs of the community will be the transparency of government services online. Implementation of e-government system is also intended as a media teleconference between districts, camera monitoring, data access services, and Internet networks. Also serves as the local network of each office of government agencies. In order to implement e-government, it Pemkab Kukar also will create a website that contains complete and accurate information about Kukar, both interactive and passive. So expect to serve the information needs of the user community with quick and precise. In addition, with e-government, the public can also express an opinion on the government. In the framework of this interactive communication will be no e-mail address that will regularly read and reply so that the public could submit proposals, reprimand, or other matters concerning local government services. It is believed this system will improve efficiency and effectiveness of public services district government of Kukar.
There are some things that become obstacles or challenges in implementing E-Government in Indonesia.
1. Shared culture does not exist. Culture sharing (Sharring) information and facilitate business in Indonesia have not penetrated. There is even a proverb which says: "When can compounded why easier?". Many actors who use the opportunity difficult to get this information.
2. Document has not been prevalent culture. One major difficulty we face is the lack of customs document (anything). Whereas the ability of this document becomes part of ISO 9000 and also become part of standard software engineering.
3. Scarcity of skilled human resources. Information technology is a new field. The government generally seldom have reliable human resources in information technology. Reliable human resources is usually there in the business environment / industry. Lack of human resources has become one of inhibiting the implementation of e-government. Unfortunately lack of government capacity is often exploited by unscrupulous business by selling false solutions and expensive.
4. Inadequate infrastructure and expensive. Indonesia's telecommunication infrastructure is still not evenly distributed. In various regions in Indonesia are still not available phone lines, or even electricity. Even if all existing facilities, the price is still relatively expensive. The government also has not set up funding (budget) for this purpose.
5. Places are limited access. In line with the above points, where information access is still limited in number. In some places abroad, governments and communities work together to create an affordable access point, for example in public libraries (public library). In Indonesia, this can be done at post offices, government offices, and other public places.
Constraints on actually not only faced by the Indonesian government (or government) only.