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[WebTech] Types of Online Government Services - Vocabulary

From: <chris-beer@grapevine.net.au>
Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 11:36:48 +1100 (EST)
Message-ID: <56767.>
To: public-egov-ig@w3.org
Hello all

In keeping with the "Delivery of Government Services" part of the project,
the following is a potential list of online (or offline) services
delivered by the Public Sector. I've derived it from the AGLS Service
Vocabulary Scheme developed by the National Archives of Australia - link

I'd like people to pull it apart, discuss it, comment on it and add to it
based on their own experiences and jurisdictions.

This will also be up for discussion as an agenda item for the Project
initial call on the 4th of March. Hopefully at that point it will be a
simple matter of acceptance by the group about groupings/categories for
services to give us areas to focus on. Some groupings will probably be
obvious (eg: e-commerce/transations) but some might not be.

The list here contains the values only, without scope. You can view the
full scheme here: http://www.agls.gov.au/documents/agls-service/

The NAA is welcoming suggestions and feedback on this vocabulary - there
may be some opportunity for some outreach out of this discussion :)

The basic list is as follows:

* Applications (general applications/requests)
* Benefits and entitlements
* Bills, rates and levies
* Bonds
* Bookings and Reservations
* Business Advisory
* Certificates
* Claims
* Communications forums (eg: chat services, listservs)
* Complaints and appeals
* Data exchange
* Enquiries
* Enrolments
* Financial (general e-commerce)
* Grants
* Infringements and fines
* Legal advisory
* Licences and permits
* Lodgements (formal statements or submissions to court, tribunal, inquiry
* Orders and Purchases
* Refunds
* Registrations
* Renewals
* Subscription
* Technical
* Tenders
* Testing
* Training
* Transactions

I look forward to the responses, comments and thoughts!


Chris Beer
Co-ordinator - WebTech Project
Received on Monday, 22 February 2010 00:37:20 UTC

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