GUIDE TO eGOV INTEROPERABILITY FOR ASIA-PACIFIC
The United Nations Development Programme has just released three guides for governments interested in promoting efficient, government-wide sharing of information and data. The first publication, the Overview, provides in a question-and-answer format the rationale and value of Government Interoperability Frameworks (GIFs). The second, the Guide, is a practical tool on the approaches and principles of a GIF and the standards categories and selection processes. Finally, the Review provides a comparative analysis of eight existing GIFs of Australia, Brazil, Denmark, the European Union, Germany, Malaysia, New Zealand and the United Kingdom.
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