Wednesday, April 05, 2006

Government On-Line 2006 Report Available

The Government On-Line project, launched by the federal government in the late 1990s, is officially closed and has published its final annual report.

The goals of the program were to:
  • provide a more accessible government, where information and services are available 24/7 around the world, in English or French
  • deliver better and more responsive services by putting 130 of the most commonly used services online
  • offer electronic transactions that are protected and secure

The report documents the activities undertaken through the Government On-Line initiative from 1999 until 2006 and is broken down into 3 parts:

  • the first reports on what has been accomplished and the methods used, guided by public opinion research, to improve accessibility, increase service responsiveness, build trust and confidence in e-services, and pursue an integrated service delivery model;
  • the second describes the critical building blocks for future transformations, namely international collaboration, inter-jurisdictional partnerships, client-centric gateways and clusters, common secure infrastructure;
  • the third contains appendices on the allocation of central funds, the 130 most commonly used services that are now on-line and a bibliography of key documents

Appendix B - the 130 most commonly used services

Appendix C - the bibliography

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posted by Michel-Adrien at 6:00 pm


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