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Local e government standards body

local e-government standards body


Local e government standards body

what is the Standards Body?

(and what it’s not)

why is there one?

who is on it?

how does it work?

when will results be available?

howdo I get involved?


Local e government standards body

WHAT WILL THE

e-STANDARDS BODY DO?

new independent body which aims to

produce:

  • map existing standards

  • gap analysis for ‘missing’ standards

  • repository of e-government schemes

  • disseminate best practice

  • work towards standards accreditation


Local e government standards body

WHAT THE e-STANDARDS BODY IS NOT

aims to collect and promote the standards

work of the LGOL National Projects and other

local e-Government schemes.

BUT it is not

  • the National Project “Police Force”

  • “enforce” standardisation

  • a commissioning agent for work


Local e government standards body

WHY IS THE e-STANDARDS

BODY NEEDED?

many projects are active in the local e-government arena we need to:

  • ensure interoperability

  • promote best practice

  • reduce duplication

  • support joined up service delivery


Local e government standards body

WHO IS INVOLVED IN THE e-STANDARDS BODY?

the Executive Board comprises key

stakeholders:

  • leading local authority experts & practitioners

  • leading local authority standards specialists

  • Department of Health

  • Improvement and Development Agency

  • Local Government Association

  • Office of the Deputy Prime Minister

  • Office of the e-Envoy

  • Society of Information Technology Management

  • Society of Local Authority Chief Officers


Local e government standards body

WHO IS ON THE EXECUTIVE BOARD?

Executive Board membership:

Jim HaslemLondon Borough of Bromley - CHAIR

Simon BerlinLondon Borough of Lewisham

John BorrasOffice of the e-Envoy

Maura BrooksSalford City Council

Jos CreeseHampshire County Council

Paul DavidsonSedgemoor District Council

Glyn EvansLondon Borough of Camden

Chris HaynesOffice of the Deputy Prime Minister

Andrew LarnerImprovement and Development Agency

John LittleCambridgeshire County Council

Roland MezulisWest Sussex County Council

Nigel PommillsOffice of the e-Envoy

Tim RaineyTameside Metropolitan Borough Council

Roger StatonDepartment of Health

Bill TaylorWest Lancashire District Council

John ThorntonImprovement and Development Agency


Local e government standards body

HOW WILL THE e-STANDARDS BODY WORK?

similar to W3C/GovTalk concept:

  • RFP (requests for proposals)

  • RFC (requests for comments)

  • working drafts

  • proposed recommendations

  • recommendations

expert local/central groups driving the

agenda


Local e government standards body

WHAT IS THE e-STANDARDS BODY INITIAL PROGRAMME?

  • initial work now starting

  • need to appoint Chief Executive and staff

  • introductory work with National Projects

  • promote role & purpose of the Body

  • instigate mapping of existing territory:

    • possible best practice

    • possible duplication

    • possible gaps

  • initial repository of existing schemes


Local e government standards body

GETTING INVOLVED WITH THE e-STANDARDS BODY?

  • visit www.localegov-standards.gov.uk

    • subscribe e-mail alerts (when available)

    • comment on draft documents

    • get involved in discussion groups

  • volunteer to join a specific topic area group

  • spread the word about the e-Standards Body

  • contact us for more information


Local e government standards body

CONTACTING THE e-STANDARDS BODY?

Tony Teehan - Interim Programme Director

07971 600 450

[email protected]

Rod Haig - Interim Operations Director

07884 235 646

[email protected]

[email protected]


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