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Re: Draft agenda for 15/10/2008 and Use Cases

From: Benjamin Nguyen <benjie.nguyen@gmail.com>
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2008 13:18:50 +0200
Message-ID: <fa43c8ea0810140418p4cac4766oedbcb615dfee6800@mail.gmail.com>
To: "Sheridan, John" <John.Sheridan@nationalarchives.gov.uk>
Cc: public-egov-ig@w3.org

Hi all,

as posted earlier to the list, I'm unavailable until december at
telecon times so I have to send regrets.

I will be at the F2F however.

See you in Mandelieu,

BN

2008/10/13 Sheridan, John <John.Sheridan@nationalarchives.gov.uk>:
> Outline Agenda for IG Meeting 15/10/2008
>
> 1. Introductions and appoint a scribe
>
> 2. Basic IRC recap and a quick play (5 minutes – Jose to lead)
>
> 3. Preparing for the face to face
>
> 4. Use Case framework
>
> 5. Candidate Use Cases
>
> ********************************************************************
>
> "Straw Man" Use Case framework (posted to encourage debate)
>
> We are aiming for everyone in the working group to pick and write up a use
> case in one of the areas in the framework over the next week, from the
> conference call to the face to face.
>
> Some areas are more important than others, for example delivering public
> services using the web, so would potentially bear more than one draft use
> case.
>
> I have divided Use Cases into the "provide, engage, enable" modalities for
> government on the web.
>
> * Provide: public services on the web, either transactional or information
> services
> * Engage: with citizens and businesses, on government terms or on the
> citizens terms
> * Enable: public sector information re-use
>
> These roughly approximate to the task force areas of interest: Usage of Web
> Standards, Transparency and Participation, Seamless Integration of Data. The
> related task force areas are given for each candidate use case. These
> necessarily overlap, but ideally each use case should focus primarily on one
> task force area of interest.
>
> Is this too simplistic, or about right?
>
> ******************************************************************
>
> Candidate Use Cases
>
> Provide: Using the web to deliver public services
>
> 1. Transactional services (simple), involving communication between citizen
> and one agency of government e.g. completing a tax return.
> Relates to task force areas: Usage of Web Standards (e.g. Mobile,
> Accessibility, Security)
>
> 2. Transactional services (complex), involving back office integration by
> three or more agencies (public or private), e.g. renewing vehicle tax disc,
> involving data sharing between government, insurance companies and garages.
> Relates to task force areas: Seamless Integration of Data, Usage of Web
> Standards (e.g. Policy – especially privacy and consent, Accessibility,
> Security, Semantic Web).
>
> 3. Information services (simple), involving the provision of basic
> information to the citizen in ways they can more easily interpret, e.g.
> interactive crime maps (as opposed to presenting tables of figures)
> Relates to task force areas: Usage of Web Standards, Transparency and
> Participation
>
> 4. Information services (complex), providing a persistent, 'citable',
> authoritative source of information, e.g. legislation on the web, or long
> term availability of web only official publications
> Relates to task force areas: Usage of Web Standards (e.g. Web Architecture),
> Transparency and Participation
>
> Engage: Using the web to interact with citizens and businesses
>
> 1. Government to citizen – e.g. blogs by ministers and officials, or,
> publishing consultation documents as wikis or with a "comment on this"
> facilities.
> Relates to task force area: Transparency and Participation
>
> 2. Intervening in citizen to citizen dialogues – e.g. interacting with  (non
> government / 3rd sector) online communities e.g. providing advice and
> support to parents via an online parents forum.
> Relates to task force area: Transparency and Participation
>
> Enable: Using the web as a platform to deliver data for re-use
>
> 1. Structuring data using standards (e.g. setting out strategic objectives
> in XML – the use case developed by Owen)
> Relates to task force areas: Seamless Integration of Data, Transparency and
> Participation
>
> 2. Making structured data re-usable (e.g. building an API)
> Relates to task force areas: Web Standards (Web Services), Seamless
> Integration of Data
>
> 3. Making semi-structured data re-usable (e.g. "your website is your API",
> publishing statutory notices or job advertisements using RDFa and/or GRDDL)
> Relates to task force areas: Web Standards (Semantic Web), Seamless
> Integration of Data
>
> 4. Licensing the re-use of government data (e.g. rights expression and
> indication of third party rights)
> Relates to task force areas: Web Standards (Policy, Semantic Web), Seamless
> Integration of Data
>
> **********************************************************
>
> Does this cover the ground? What's missing?
>
> Please feel free to shoot this down!
>
> John.
>
> John Sheridan
>
> Head of e-Services
> Office of Public Sector Information
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>
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