5 Connected: Governments Horizontal connections (among government agencies)Vertical connections (central and local government agencies)Infrastructure connections (interoperability issues)Connections between governments and citizensConnections among stakeholders (government, private sector, academic institutions, NGOs and civil society)Connected: Governments transform themselves into a connected entity that responds to the needs of its citizens by developing an integrated back office infrastructure. This is the most sophisticated level of online e-government initiatives and is characterized by:
14 NIEM : IEPD LIFE CYCLE NIEM NIEM IEPD Life Cycle Top down Bottom up IEPDsStaging Area0 Scenarios, BRM taxonomiesNIEM GovernanceNBAC / NTAC: vet, harmonize,conformance1 Info exchg requirementsNIEMNIEM IEPD Life Cycle5 Publish + implement2 Map + modelGroups with common data interestsEarly Awareness& coordination4 Assemble to IEPD spec3 Build + validateNew component candidates & business context14
15 แนวทางการพัฒนาคู่มือ Executive orders, mission statements, business requirements, business context, policies/proceduresSpecific information exchange, high-level business requirements, existing IEPDs0 Scenarios, BRM TaxonomyNIEMNDR1 Info exchange requirementsIEPD for reuse libraryData requirements, business context,exchange model5 Publish + implementSubmission of candidate NIEM components, component business contextNIEM IEPD Life Cycle2 Map + modelComplete IEPDExisting IEPD artifacts4 Assemble to IEPD spec3 Build + validateGap analysis, specs for new componentsIEPD artifacts to share/reuse,metadata for discoveryNIEMNDRValid IEPD schemas, example instances, documentation, metadata
16 Conclusion TH e-GIF : a set of standards and policies E-GIF Business process or organizational interoperabilityInformation and semantic interoperablityTechnical InteroperabilityE-GIFRequires leadership & commitmentNeeds to be a desire for transformation and the cooperation of the various agencies of government2 important groups-policy or decision making, technical officials &staff
18 establishing trust relationships developing standards and agreements on how shared information will beused and protectedestablishing effective and appropriately secure communications mechanisms; andtaking 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 GoalsFaster, more effective in government services offered by different agencies for Citizen and BusinessCost Reduction
21 Events 2,23 July Manual Review July TH e-GIF Strategy Framework Kao Yai; Grenery Resort26 October- e-Government Day + MEDES30 March-4 San Francisco: Services Research Innovation Global Leadership