eGovernment for Citizen : Leveraging Open SOA Standards and Interoperability Frameworks Adomas Svirskas 1 , Andrew Robinson 2 , Jelena Isačenkova 1 , 1 Institut Eurécom, Sophia-Antipolis, France 2 R4eGov project, University of Leeds, hon Consul for France, UK OASIS Symposium, e-Government Workshop, May 1 st 2008, Santa Clara, USA
The challenge is to facilitate the swift and secure exchange of information among public administrations wherever they happen to be and wherever citizens wish to access them
This requires some tools to enable the agencies and public service professionals to “talk to each other” in compliance with the law, securely and meet data protection rules
Citizen-centricity : how to measure success of R4eGov?
No citizen left behind, if no professional left behind
Helping shape and train tomorrow’s competent authorities with a European skillset
Evaluating what their real needs are
awareness of tomorrow’s needs today
From project vision to project results to European vision
The results accelerate the realisation of the vision
Provided they are communicated to key stakeholders who trial, adapt, and implement
As part of a journey which goes beyond i2010
To the i2015 vision and i2020 vision led by France and Sweden respectively
i2010 is the EU policy framework for the information society and media. It promotes the positive contribution that information and communication technologies (ICT) can make to the economy, society and personal quality of life.