Reference Model for    Devolution in e-    GovernanceM Kashif FarooqLahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS),Pakist...
Objective        This paper presents  a reference model of devolution        for a e-Government         By using RM-ODP
Issues   Centralized e-Government   Decentralized e-Government   Traditional Devolution Types     Political, administr...
Centralized Initiatives   Typical characteristics     all IT functions centralized in one organizational      unit     ...
Decentralized InitiativesTypical characteristics policy is required for      decision making, project management, portal...
eGov Power Devolution                Devolved Powers                P1, P2, P3……..    Service Delivery Channel for localCe...
RM-ODPRM-ODP: Reference Model of Open Distributed Processing             Information             ViewpointEnterprise      ...
Proposed Framework: (1)Reference Model forDevolution in e-Governancebased onRM-ODP
Proposed Framework: (2)   Scale of devolution depends upon       the size of the Enterprise,       its resource base,  ...
Proposed Framework (3)Enterprise Viewpoint   Roles, rights and functions of Federal or central agency   Roles, rights an...
Proposed Framework (4)Information DevolutionFederal Powers Vs Local Powers Data Ownership Data Sharing Data Integration...
Proposed Framework (5)Computational DevolutionFederal Powers Vs Local Powers Integration with local objects and  applicat...
Proposed Framework (6)Engineering DevolutionFederal Powers Vs Local Powers Local ICT Infrastructure  Development and usag...
Proposed Framework (7)Technology DevolutionFederal Powers Vs Local Powers Integration of heterogeneous local  technologie...
Proposed Framework (8)Relationships among Devolution Powers Dependencies    Many devolved powers are dependent on    othe...
ConclusionProposed Reference Model facilitate and  classified all devolution power in five  groups.We can identify   Depe...
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Centralized e-Government needs devolution similar to traditional devolutions in political, administrative and fiscal systems. Devolution in e-Governance leads towards a transformational government that provides opportunity for local governments to participate, take ownership and localize the e-services. In this paper, we present a reference model for devolution in e-Governance based on the Reference Model - Open Distributed Processing (RM-ODP). We propose a reference model for devolution in e-Government based on devolution of its major elements - enterprise, information, computational, engineering and technology viewpoints. IT and governance experts may use the proposed approach for effective achieving devolution in e-governance programs.

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Reference model for devolution in e governance

  1. 1. Reference Model for Devolution in e- GovernanceM Kashif FarooqLahore University of Management Sciences (LUMS),PakistanPresented atICEGOV20082nd International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic GovernanceCairo, Egypt, 1 - 4 December 2008.
  2. 2. Objective This paper presents a reference model of devolution for a e-Government By using RM-ODP
  3. 3. Issues Centralized e-Government Decentralized e-Government Traditional Devolution Types  Political, administrative, fiscal
  4. 4. Centralized Initiatives Typical characteristics  all IT functions centralized in one organizational unit  generally limited IT costs but less effective  impacts IT governance by providing a generally tight governance model that is easy to enforce.
  5. 5. Decentralized InitiativesTypical characteristics policy is required for  decision making, project management, portals, services, funding, revenue collection and operations distributes IT functions between the various divisions or organizations generally has a high coordination cost IT governance is focused on the coordination effort between central and local activities
  6. 6. eGov Power Devolution Devolved Powers P1, P2, P3…….. Service Delivery Channel for localCentralized government 1Portaldeveloped andmanaged by Devolved Powerscentralized P1, P2, P3…….. Service Delivery Channel for localPowers government 2 Devolved Powers P1, P2, P3…….. Service Delivery Channel for local government n
  7. 7. RM-ODPRM-ODP: Reference Model of Open Distributed Processing Information ViewpointEnterprise Computational EngineeringViewpoint Viewpoint Viewpoint Local Government Local Local Government Government Technology Local Viewpoint Government Federal Government Local Government Local Government
  8. 8. Proposed Framework: (1)Reference Model forDevolution in e-Governancebased onRM-ODP
  9. 9. Proposed Framework: (2) Scale of devolution depends upon  the size of the Enterprise,  its resource base,  human capacity, and  governance style. There are two types of devolution  Enterprise devolution  among multilevel governance structure  Portal devolution  among different agencies or departments
  10. 10. Proposed Framework (3)Enterprise Viewpoint Roles, rights and functions of Federal or central agency Roles, rights and functions of each partner local government and related agency Business Model for Devolution in e-Governance Business Processes Define the e-Governance Devolution Powers: Operations, Capacity Building, Bridging the Digital Divide and Revenue Sharing etc.
  11. 11. Proposed Framework (4)Information DevolutionFederal Powers Vs Local Powers Data Ownership Data Sharing Data Integration Data Usage Data Verification Federal Powers Local Powers
  12. 12. Proposed Framework (5)Computational DevolutionFederal Powers Vs Local Powers Integration with local objects and applications Application Service Providing Language Interfaces Federal Powers Local Powers
  13. 13. Proposed Framework (6)Engineering DevolutionFederal Powers Vs Local Powers Local ICT Infrastructure Development and usage Efforts for Value-Added Services Federal Powers Local Powers
  14. 14. Proposed Framework (7)Technology DevolutionFederal Powers Vs Local Powers Integration of heterogeneous local technologies Adoption of technologies for different local socio-economic, geographic, culture and literacy barriers Federal Powers Local Powers
  15. 15. Proposed Framework (8)Relationships among Devolution Powers Dependencies Many devolved powers are dependent on other devolved powers of the same viewpoint or the other viewpoint Constraints Many devolved powers are associated with some limitations Prerequisites Many devolved powers may be conditional with some other requirements
  16. 16. ConclusionProposed Reference Model facilitate and classified all devolution power in five groups.We can identify Dependencies, Constraints and Pre-requisites

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