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2006 e-Government Strategy, Responsive Government: A New Service Agenda

Publication Summary

The 2006 e-Government Strategy, Responsive Government: A New Service Agenda, builds on the momentum and achievements in the previous strategy (Better Services, Better Government), taking into account lessons learnt, to deliver an even more coordinated and citizen-driven focus to the government’s e-government initiatives. It is about strategically applying ICT to improve and reform underlying government processes.

A more connected approach to service delivery will mean more efficient government. Greater use of online, electronic and voice-based service delivery will help reduce costs. More targeted and strategic investments in technology will result in less duplication and more common underlying business processes across different government agencies. Projects will be better managed, with reduced cost and time overruns.

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2006 e-Government Strategy, Responsive Government: A New Service Agenda [PDF Document 206 KB]

Table of Contents

  1. Foreword by The Hon Gary Nairn MP, Special Minister of State
  2. Vision for 2010
  3. Strategic Priorities
  4. Implementing The Strategy
  5. Appendix A - A Service Oriented Architecture

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