By Pallab Saha
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The most visible commonality being their gradual progress towards increasing e-government maturity. Countries move through successive maturity levels by first building and then leveraging the execution foundation. Each stage typically involves learning about the application of IT and government process discipline as strategic capabilities. With the intent of incorporating the transition towards better egovernment several e-government stage models have been proposed (Moon, 2002; Layne and Lee, 2001; Hiller and Belanger, 2001; United Nations and American Society for Public Administration, 2001; Deloitte and Touché, 2001; & Baum and Di Maio, 2000).
Standardized technology architecture: In this stage organizations convert some local applications into shared infrastructure. The key driving factor in this stage is technology standardization leading to reduction of technology diversity. It is typical in this stage for organizations to consolidate and standardize hardware. Organizations also initiate the reduction of software applications and systems performing similar functions. This stage is usually characterised by quick cost savings and ease of adoption.
A Methodology for Government Transformation with Enterprise Architecture Table 1. Summary of e-government stage models Model Stages Gartner’s Four Stage Model (2000) • • • • Web presence Interaction Transaction Transformation UN’s Five Stage Model (2001) • • • • • Emerging Enhanced Interactive Transactional Integrated • • • • • • Information publishing / dissemination Official two-way transaction Multi-purpose portals Portal personalization Clustering of common services Full integration and enterprise transaction • • • • Catalogue Transaction Vertical integration Horizontal integration • • • • Simple information dissemination (one-way communication) Request and response (two-way communication) Service and financial transaction Vertical and horizontal integration Political participation • • • • • Web presence Interaction Transaction Transformation E-democracy Deloitte and Touché’s Six Stage Model (2001) Layne and Lee’s Four Stage Model (2001) Hiller and Belanger’s (2001) and Moon’s (2002) Five Stage Model Siau and Yong’s Five Stage Synthesised Model (2005) All stage models represent e-government capability and maturity.
Advances in Government Enterprise Architecture by Pallab Saha