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Info and communique know-how (ICT) deals an array of instruments that may be used to aid executive prone turn into extra agile, responsive, seamless and responsible. This booklet seems at new considering and perform in OECD nations in 5 varied components: Making digital prone extra conscious of the wishes of voters and businesses;Improving the hyperlinks among conventional and digital services;Identifying universal techniques in executive to accomplish economies of scale, lessen duplication, and supply seamless services;Measuring and demonstrating the prices and merits of ICT investments;Bringing a whole-of-government point of view to e-government projects.
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In the meantime, another option for governments in this area is to provide user education in support of channel switching. This can involve indirect initiatives such as marketing the benefits of online services, or incorporating education about how to access and use e-government into any ICT skills development initiatives the public sector may be involved in. Where users are accessing services in a face-to-face manner that are also available through online channels, direct efforts can be made to get them to switch channels simply through having staff show them how the online version of a service can be accessed and used.
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Indeed, creating this type of architecture is widely seen as critical for the future performance of government. ”2 Architecture needs the support of other tools The effective development and use of service delivery architectures also calls for both the upgrading of other existing tools and the development of new tools to assist agencies to plan, implement and review services. These tools may include: ● Public-private provider policies and frameworks. ● Frameworks for interagency and inter-jurisdictional agreements.