Public Software presentations were:
1. Tenoli-LAT – A Software that shares and exchanges secure data using the Internet and simple electronic signature. Eric Ramírez (Director of e-Gov, El Salvador) presented on ‘Interoperability.’
2. SIMPLE-LAT – An online system for the implementation of electronic processes using a simplified designer, developed to provide a flexible solution in a friendly, fast and simple manner. Kaime Ruibal (Director of online Services, Uruguay) presented on ‘Automation of procedures.’
3. SINMA-LAT- system that allows in a screen or dashboard, visualization of alerts sent by sensors, equipment with GPS, GIS Systems, Web Services, Traffic in real time, or citizens from Apps on Mobile Devices. Anabel Broce (Director of Architecture and Systems, AIG, Panama) presented on ‘Natural Disaster Management.’
4. Murachi-LAT- A web service that incorporates in a simple way the signature and verification of electronically signed documents in systems such as email or web pages. Kenny Ossa (President of the National Information Technology Center (CNTI), Venezuela) presented on ‘Electronic Signature.’
Countries participating were The Bahamas, Guyana, Jamaica, and Trinidad & Tobago. The workshop ended on a successful note with all regional countries promising to network and collaborate with Red GEAL to advance electronic government in their respective countries.