|Subject:||RE: [tgf] OASIS TGF TC - ACTIONS FROM LAST MEETING|
|From:||John Borras (john...@yahoo.co.uk)|
|Date:||Jan 20, 2011 4:52:40 am|
Thanks Steve. I've uploaded your report to a new section on the Wiki called reference material and loaded the extracts onto the TC Kavi site.
From: Steve Mutkoski (LCA) [mailto:Stev...@microsoft.com] Sent: 19 January 2011 20:13 To: John Borras Subject: RE: [tgf] OASIS TGF TC - ACTIONS FROM LAST MEETING
I had some trouble figuring out where to post this material on the wiki and so I'll send it off to you and let you decide (it didn't seem to fit under any of the current page headings).
The first file I've attached is a short overview of the OECD e-Government Project and my brief review of their publications (to the extent possible since most require purchase). As I indicate in the note, I think their work is largely consistent with where our TC wants to go, and in particular their most recent book ("Rethinking e-Government Services") is in many ways pointing in the direction of the TGF TC as needed work (it expressly calls out the need for frameworks that address public sector transformation).
I have also attached the summary chapter (chapter 5) from the "Rethinking" book, as well as a summary of one of their country case studies (Belgium), that was available online for no cost. We may want to circulate a copy or two of the book (I actually purchased one copy) among a few TC members so that we can have intelligent discussions with the OECD eGov project leaders should the occasion arise!
Welcome back after the festive break. Just a gentle reminder to start the New year of the actions from our last TC meeting. Can I ask that we have some positive progress to report on next week's call from everyone please and if decisions are needed on any aspect can the question(s) be posted in advance of the call. I'll be posting the agenda, call-in details and any relevant papers for the TC call later this week.
1. John to keep the EC abreast of the developments of the TC. - Peter will be reporting on his recent meeting with Karel de Vriendt
2. John to obtain webcast users from WB.
3. Assignees to prepare output for approval or decisions at next meeting.
a. Peter/Chris- to produce the reference model, glossary of terms and the development of the overall framework and narrative
b. Oliver/Colin - Validate the set of Principles
c. Andy - Validate the CSFs
d. Nigel - Validate the Business change model
e. All - to sign up to the Wiki and contribute to the discussions on the various aspects.
4. Gershon to review OECD activity.
5. Steve to post OECD white paper to Wiki.
6. Gershon/Peter to translate key materials in other languages in due course.
7. John - to arrange for a Wiki to be set up to enable discussions and collaboration - completed
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