The implementation of E-Government

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Anyone who owns the latest information about new government electronic services that each person can use remotely, can complement and change the pages of this book.

The purpose of this category of books are:

  • Creating a catalog of all government websites for each state, with a description of their functions and capabilities for the user.
  • Creating a catalog of all non-commercial project sites that use government open data.

Tutorial[edit]

An users who are interested in the subject of E-Government, it is recommended to subscribe to the instructions page in your preferred language and all the pages of sites of interest to the States, for not to miss the changes of functional of sites.

Criteria[edit]

  1. Only articles relevant to the topic of the resource are added that affect changes in legislation and e-government:
    1. The possibilities of a citizen;
    2. Development of the state and the provided opportunities and services on the topics: E-democracy, Open government, E-government, Open data, Open-source model, Media regulation, Freedom of speech.
  2. The topic of the article should be directly related to the activities of the electronic state.
  3. Users have access to all public articles on direct links, you can place internal cross-references to articles if necessary (on the terms of the MediaWiki project).
  4. English is the standard in the system, in this language the article should have the latest version, and start adding new information follows from it. Then all the translations that are possible change. Thus, different editors, using the reference English version of the article, will be able to translate into the necessary languages the current version of the article.

An instruction for adding new articles[edit]

  1. The article should relate to one of sub-categories.
  2. The title of the article should briefly inform the user about the specific possibility of an E-Government.
  3. It is necessary to look at all the articles from subcategories, perhaps such an article already exists, and you just need to make new information.
  4. If there is still no such article, then typing in the search line the title of the new article and clicking on the "Create" link, open the page for adding a new article.
  5. In the article, briefly outline the main opportunities and at the end indicate the subcategory to which this article will apply.
  6. English is the standard in the system, in this language the article should have the latest version, and begin to add new information follows from it. Then all the translations that are possible change.
  7. After the article is created, it is necessary to check it for errors and typos. And also add a cross-reference to the same article in another language from the left menu (the tab "Languages").
  8. It is necessary to add various parameters in the article pertaining to each resource, for example: in which languages ​​it provides information, whether there is an RSS feed, a user's cabinet, a searchbar, etc. Many different options can be added, which each web service is different from another, and what may be important to users.
  9. It is recommended to use a variety of templates for articles as it is in Wikipedia. For example, on each page you can display the information blocks below - in which categories includes the page, in the form of a hierarchy. And add an information block to pages with information to connect through a template and edit it once in one place.
  10. It is not necessary to describe in the article how to do something (to issue a passport or to apply or something else). This will be too much unnecessary work. We must leave only the opportunities provided by each web-service. And how to use them should be described in separate articles of the textbook, tied to the main article of the web resource with its specific description, because such information can often change, so it should be as separate article.
  11. An article was created for more convenient information update in articles, as well as for adding new articles in the "The implementation of E-Government" section. This lists all relevant sources related to e-government. You can use them, as well as add new sources to the list.

An instruction for filling the list of sources[edit]

A site providing information on new e-government capabilities may be added in the following cases:

  1. A source providing information on new opportunities for e-government refers to either the official state or non-state public, not commercial;
  2. In the information that it provides, a completely new unique service is described, which the user can receive remotely and there is no need to go to secondary sites.

Steps to addition of a new items:

  1. Item search on wikidata. If an item that can be added to the list is found on wikidata - you must specify a new statement for the element in which to link to the category of e-government of the state to which the source corresponds. If an item that can be added to the list is not found on wikidata - you need to create a new item in which to fill out all the necessary data: designation, description, official site, approval (at least in two languages: state and English);
  2. Once an item has been created, you can add such a source to the article about this site that provides information about new e-government capabilities by applying parser function;
  3. English is the standard in the system, in this language the element should be added first. Then added to the lists in other languages;
  4. After the source has been added, you need to check it for errors and typos. And also add possible links to the same source in another language and from other wiki projects.

States providing e-government opportunities[edit]

The book is constantly updated and renewed with new states that provide opportunities for e-government. Interested states can be found in the E-Government by state category.

An instruction for adding a new state[edit]

To add a new e-government that provide opportunity, needed:

  1. Create an appropriate article for the state, where under the main text add a category or subcategory to it related. The names of the category or its subcategories may be as follows:
    1. "Book:The implementation of E-Government/E-Government by country/''name of state''" and put {{BookCat}} at this page (for category name);
    2. "Book:The implementation of E-Government/E-Government by country/''name of state''/State open data" and put {{BookCat}} at this page (for subcategory name);
    3. "Book:The implementation of E-Government/E-Government by country/''name of state''/State open data/Non-commercial web projects ''name of the state'' using open data" and put {{BookCat}} at this page (for subcategory name);