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E-Government Interoperability and Metadata Frameworks Overview & Strategy Government in the Information Age John Borras Assistant Director e-Government.

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1 e-Government Interoperability and Metadata Frameworks Overview & Strategy Government in the Information Age John Borras Assistant Director e-Government Technology Group Office of the e-Envoy Cabinet Office

2 Office of e-Envoy Part of Cabinet Office Report to Cabinet Office Minister Approx 200 staff Responsible for delivery of UKs e- Government Strategy – delivering citizen services – modernising government – promoting e-commerce

3 UK online Citizen Portal Information & Knowledge Interactive Service Highly Personalised Authentication Security Transaction Elements Business Logic Joined-up Govt Government Gateway E-GIF and e-GMF defines the Standards for the Portal Multiple access channels Internet, Mobiles, DTV, Kiosks etc and Intermediaries e-GMF (Mandated Standards) Others LocalAuthoritiesGovtDepts Private sector Portals Govt Small Govt SmallBusinessPortal LocalAuthorityPortals

4 e-Government Metadata Framework (e-GMF) Version 1 May 01 Overview & Strategy

5 Rationale for Metadata Framework Information is the fuel for the new economy Information is a key asset for government – in UK this has been under recognised and under exploited Getting to the right info – fast - holds the key to efficiency and effectiveness in government as well as serving the citizen Metadata is the means of achieving that objective

6 Metadata Framework Headline Decisions Adoption of the Dublin Core for UK Government – use 15 simple DC elements Additional elements to support government information and records management Development of e-Government Metadata Standard (e-GMS) Construction of a pan government thesaurus/controlled vocabulary Implementation Strategy – UK Govtalk

7 Which Additional Elements? Records Management – Audience (AGLS) – Location – Preservation – Disposal Data Protection Act Freedom of Information Act Content Rating (Internet Watch Foundation) ?

8 e-Government Metadata Standard Element Set to be fully defined – with two levels of refinements – obligation and repeatability – encoding schemes to be tested in 6 sites then mandated and included in e-GMF v2 baseline XML Schema

9 Pan Government Thesaurus Stella reporting tomorrow morning on our work on controlled vocabularies

10 UK GovTalk Provides e-Government Metadata Standard XML Schemas agreed for use across the public sector Government Data Standards Catalogue Training and awareness Toolkits Best Practice/Case Studies/FAQs RFC and RFP on a global basis

11 e-GMF Compliance (1) The e-GMS applies to all intradepartmental systems and the interactions between: – UK Government and citizens – UK Government and businesses (world wide) – UK Government and wider public sector – UK Government and foreign governments (UK/EC, UK/US etc)

12 e-GMF Compliance (2) The e-GMF is mandated for all – new systems – outward facing legacy systems Recommended for all other systems

13 e-GMF – Next Steps e-GMS to be mandated after testing Finalise XML schema to support the e-GMS Develop pan government thesaurus Version 2 to be published Autumn 2001 Develop compliance regime

14 Thank you Tel no


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