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Access to e-Government Services Employing Semantic Technologies

Dimension Wert
  • Personalaufwand
  • Keine Angabe
  • Fördernde Institutionen
  • Multinationale staatliche Förderung
    • EU
Projektansprechpartner: Prof. Tomas Sabol PhD

Access to e-Government Services Employing Semantic Technologies (Access-eGov)


Das Projekt Access-eGov hat sich zum Ziel gesetzt die Zugänglichkeit von Verwaltungsdienstleistungen für Bürger und Unternehmen zu verbessern, in dem die Interoperabilität sowohl bei den elektronischen als auch bei den traditionellen Dienstleistungen unterstützt wird.


"By employing semantic technologies the Access-eGov project supports semantic interoperability among e-government services across organisational, regional and linguistic borders. For service providers (on all levels of public administration - local, regional, national, and European) Access-eGov enables introduction of a (new) e-service to the world of e-government interoperability in an easy way. The government service registered in the Access-eGov may be localised, contracted and used automatically through agents and other IT components.For citizens and business users the Access-eGov will provide two basic categories of services. Firstly, it provides a meta-service – depending on the needs and context of the user Access-eGov will find/ identify traditional and/or e-government services relevant to the given life event or business episode. Secondly, once the relevant services are found, Access-eGov generates a scenario consisting of elementary government services. Usually these scenarios will be of “hybrid” nature – i.e. combination of elementary traditional and e-services - realisation of which leads to a requested outcome (e.g. to get a new driving license, if you lost both your ID and the old driving license etc.). At the realisation of the scenario a virtual personal assistant guides the user through each step of the scenario.Access-eGov is built on peer-to-peer and service-oriented architecture, addressing the semantic issues through ontology-guided mark-up of local e-government service interfaces. Component-based security infrastructure provides a complete portfolio of necessary security services (authentication, authorisation, attribute management, access control, data protection, auditing) that are accessible through web service interfaces.All the Access-eGov components are delivered as open source solutions through the GPL license."(Quelle: http://www.accessegov.org/acegov/web/uk/index.jsp?id=50024)


This project was described byMarlen Jurisch (13. Januar 2011 - 15:46)
Dieses Projekt wurde zuletzt bearbeitet von: Marlen Jurisch (17. November 2011 - 14:36)

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