An e-Government framework is available to help local governments efficiently develop and operate e-Government applications.
Developed by the World eGovernment Organisation of Cities and Local Goverments (WeGO), the framework is a standardized and open source software framework that aims to increase the quality of eGovernment services, the efficiency of IT investment and the standardization and the reusability of applications.
Named eGovFrame, the framework consists of four software environments – development, runtime, operation, and management, as well as hundreds of reusable common components of e-Government systems, and mobile web UX Functions and Mobile Device API for both web-based mobile services and hybrid mobile applications.
The framework has so far been implemented in 502 e-government projects including Mexico and Vietnam, and been downloaded 390,000 according to the eGovFrame website (2015).
The World e-Governments Organization of Cities and Local Governments (WeGO) is an international cooperative body for cities and local governments that pursues sustainable urban development based on e-Government.
Access the e-Government Framework.