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1 Author(s)
Weerabahu, P.K. ; (Sri J), CITP, MBCS, MCNE

This paper proposes a Global e-Public Service (GePS) to electronically deliver public services in a more efficient way by maximizing the utilization of resources and providing all countries a common platform to help its citizens and reduce the inequity in the world. Most of primary services which all governments need to provide to its citizens could be delivered electronically through e-government initiatives. These e-services were identified through research of leading e-government portals and a reference model for an e-government portal was developed. Resources required by each government to provide services common to all are a wasteful exercise. The Global e-Public Service defines a mechanism to develop these electronic public services centrally by a global agency and to implement them by various governments as integrated and decentralized systems around the world.

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Kaleidoscope: Beyond the Internet? - Innovations for Future Networks and Services, 2010 ITU-T

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13-15 Dec. 2010