Documents/TGFP

Transformational Government Framework Primer Version 1.0

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Start: 2011-03-17, Publication: 2011-05-28

Source: http://docs.oasis-open.org/tgf/TGF-Primer/v1.0/TGF-Primer-v1.0.html

This Primer is intended to serve as an introduction to and detailed overview of the “Transformational Government Framework” (TGF) - a practical “how to” standard for the design and implementation of an effective program of technology-enabled change at national, state or local government level. It also covers the Framework’s rationale, purpose, scope, and intended use. The Framework is a managed process of ICT-enabled change in the public sector, which puts the needs of citizens and businesses at the heart of that process and which achieves significant and transformational impacts on the efficiency and effectiveness of government. The Primer is in three main parts: * Part I, including an Introduction and Overview, sets out the context in which the TGF has been produced, its purpose, and the principal users at whom the Framework is aimed. * Part II describes the Transformational Government Framework itself, including the conformance criteria by which users of the Framework may determine if they are conformant. * Part III provides a set of Guidance Notes providing further information to users of the TGF on how they can implement it in practice.

Submitter:

Name:Owen Ambur

Email:Owen.Ambur@verizon.net

Organization:

Name:OASIS Transformational Government Framework TC

Acronym:TGF TC

Stakeholder(s):

  • John BorrasChair

  • Peter F BrownEditor

  • Chris ParkerCS Transform Limited, Editor

  • Political LeadersPolitical and administrative leaders responsible for shaping public sector reform and e‑Government strategies and policies (at national, state/regional and city/local levels)

  • Administrative Leaders

  • Senior Executives in IndustrySenior executives in industry who wish to partner with and assist governments in the transformation of public services and to ensure that the technologies and services which the private sector provides can have optimum impact in terms of meeting public policy objectives

  • Service ProvidersService and technology solution providers to the public sector ·

  • Technology Solution Providers

  • Leaders of International OrganisationsLeaders of international organisations working to improve public sector delivery, whether at a global level (e.g. World Bank, United Nations) or a regional one (e.g. European Commission, ASEAN [4] , IADB [5]

  • Professional BodiesProfessional bodies that support industry sectors by the development and maintenance of common practices, protocols, processes and standards to facilitate the production and operation of services and systems within the sector, where the sector needs to interact with government processes and systems

  • Academic and Other ResearchersAcademic and other researchers working in the field of public sector reform

  • Civil Society InstitutionsCivil society institutions engaged in debate on how technology can better enable service transformation