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Information interoperability, government and open standards

By Anne M. Fitzgerald and Kylie M. Pappalardo

Abstract

The activities of governments, by their very nature, involve interactions with a broad array of public and private sector entities, from other governments, to business, academia and individual citizens. In the current era, there is a growing expectation that government programs and services will be delivered in a ‘simple, seamless and connected’ manner,1 leading to increased efficiency in government operations and improved service delivery.2 Achieving ‘collaborative, effective and efficient government and the delivery of seamless government services’ requires the implementation of interoperable technologies and procedures.3 Standards, which aim to enable organisations, platforms and systems to work with each other, are fundamental to interoperability

Topics: 180115 Intellectual Property Law, government, information, interoperability, open, standards
Publisher: Sydney University Press
Year: 2010
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:33644

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