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1 The e-Government Agenda
Jo Bryson Executive Director Office of e-Government

2 e-Governance Structure
e-Government Sub-Committee Provides high level oversight and governance to the Office of e-Government; sets the strategic direction of e-government within WA; determines the high level principles and standards for e-government; and works with the Office to develop a strategic implementation plan for e-government. Premier of Western Australia Strategic Management Council Director General DPC Office of e-Government

3 Our key stakeholders Office of E-Government The Premier The Treasurer
Cabinet E-Government Sub-Committee Strategic Management Council DPC WA Business Other Australian Governments Information and Communications Technology Industry WA Public Sector Agencies Citizens Communities

4 Mission Transform how Government does business through leadership and collaboration in the use of ICT

5 Geographically dispersed teams work together using different devices
The Future of Work Mobility Collaboration Geographically dispersed teams work together across agencies at the office at another office using different devices at home in the field Work is the thing we do, not the place we go

6 Relevance and credibility
We do things that: Support the public sector reform agenda Align with our Mission and achieve the key objectives Have a strategic focus Contribute sustainably to the key objectives of e-government transformation

7 Adding value through e-Government
Transform Change existing structures and processes Facilitate culture change in government Lead Envision the future of Government Communicate the e-government vision Guide the way and empower agencies Collaborate Recognise and promote interdependency and collective responsibility within Government Participate with agencies to engage citizens in the process of transforming service delivery Promote the concept of Government as a learning organisation – improve knowledge/ build on information, share information and don’t reinvent the wheel

8 Business principles of e-Government
Collaborate and integrate Secure government’s information Reduce duplication Innovate Assess citizen needs Develop, retain and share knowledge Plan for sustainability Plan for the economy Increase transparency and accountability Engage citizens

9 Employing the principles of e-Government

10 Strategies from the Office of e-Government
State Strategic Framework Better Planning Better Services E-Government Strategy for the Western Australian Public Sector First tier Strategy Connected Government (Telecommunications Strategy) Citizen-centric Government (Electronic Service Delivery Strategy) Collaborative Government (Enterprise Collaboration Strategy) Second tier Strategies Enterprise Architecture Secure Government (Security and Risk Management Framework) Identity and Access Management Framework Third tier Strategies Emergency Services Communications Strategy Mobile Commerce Strategy Skills and Competencies Framework Directory Services Strategy Other Strategies

11 Driving the alignment of individual ICT projects
State Strategic Framework Better Planning Better Services Agency Strategic Plans e-Government Strategy for the Western Australian Public Sector Agency ICT Strategic Plans Second Tier e-Government Strategies and Frameworks Enterprise Architecture Telecommunications Identity and Access Management Electronic Service Delivery Agency ICT Budget Bids e-Government Alignment Guidelines Agency ICT Initiatives Significant e-Government Initiatives

12 Driving the alignment of individual projects
What alignment process is: A tool to assist senior executives align ICT projects to: State Strategic Framework Goals and principles of e-Government 8 enablers of e-Government What alignment process isn’t: Substitute for DG/CEO accountability and decision making Micro-budget analysis Go/no go for funding (DG/CEO decides whether to submit alignment assessment)

13 E-Government projects

14 WA Public Sector Enterprise Architecture

15 Questions If you have any comments or require further information please do not hesitate to contact the Office of e-Government Jo Bryson

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