5 Connected: Governments 1.Horizontal connections (among government agencies) 2.Vertical connections (central and local government agencies) 3.Infrastructure connections (interoperability issues) 4.Connections between governments and citizens 5.Connections among stakeholders (government, private sector, academic institutions, NGOs and civil society)
14 NIEM : IEPD LIFE CYCLE NIEM Staging Area NIEM Governance NBAC / NTAC: vet, harmonize, conformance Groups with common data interests Early Awareness & coordination IEPDs New component candidates & business context NIEM IEPD Life Cycle 0 Scenarios, BRM taxonomies 4 Assemble to IEPD spec 1 Info exchg requirements 5 Publish + implement 3 Build + validate 2 Map + model Top down Bottom up
15 NIEM IEPD Life Cycle 0 Scenarios, BRM Taxonomy 2 Map + model 3 Build + validate 4 Assemble to IEPD spec 1 Info exchange requirements 5 Publish + implement Executive orders, mission statements, business requirements, business context, policies/procedures Specific information exchange, high-level business requirements, existing IEPDs Submission of candidate NIEM components, component business context IEPD artifacts to share/reuse, metadata for discovery IEPD artifacts to share/reuse, metadata for discovery Existing IEPD artifacts Gap analysis, specs for new components Valid IEPD schemas, example instances, documentation, metadata Data requirements, business context, exchange model Data requirements, business context, exchange model IEPD for reuse library NIEM NDR NIEM NDR NIEM Complete IEPD แนวทางการ พัฒนาคู่มือ
16 Conclusion TH e-GIF : a set of standards and policies –Business process or organizational interoperability –Information and semantic interoperablity –Technical Interoperability E-GIF –Requires leadership & commitment –Needs to be a desire for transformation and the cooperation of the various agencies of government –2 important groups-policy or decision making, technical officials &staff
18 – establishing trust relationships – developing standards and agreements on how shared information will beused and protected –establishing effective and appropriately secure communications mechanisms; and –taking steps to ensure that sensitive information is not inappropriately disseminated.
19 identifying and agreeing on the types of information to be collected and shared between parties, developing standard terms and reporting thresholds, balancing varying interests and expectations, and determining the right format and standards for collecting data so that disparate agencies can aggregate and integrate data sets.
20 Ultimate Goals Faster, more effective in government services offered by different agencies for Citizen and Business Cost Reduction
21 Events 2,23 July Manual Review 16-17-18 July TH e-GIF Strategy Framework Initiative @ Kao Yai; Grenery Resort 26 October- e-Government Day + MEDES 30 March-4 April @ San Francisco: Services Research Innovation Global Leadership