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Scope


The purpose of TBG19 is to develop and maintain business scenarios and business transactions to facilitate the electronic delivery of services to citizens, businesses and government organizations.

As the term "eGoverment" can be understood in different manners, covering the broad range of activities of public authorities, it is appropriate to precise that the main focus of TBG19 is to support the relation between administrations and society.

As a consequence, subjects of a more "sectorial" or "technical" nature should be dealt with in the adequate sectorial TBG where the respective administration experts should participate. If this is not possible, the matter can be addressed to TBG19 whose membership will do its best to contact interested people in the respective national administrations and come back with an advice or gather the proper expertise to handle the matter.

Drafting guidelines to promote UN/CEFACT awareness within  governments, document for comments:
Position Paper Increase TBG19 participation


Contacts & Members


Working Group Chair: Antonio Reis antonio.reis@publications.europa.eu
  • Jean-Pierre Henninot (2005-2009)
Working Group Vice Chair: Vacant  
Working Group Secretary: Didier Hardy didier.hardy@publications.europa.eu  
TBG19 Participants


Projects Status


Project Title Project Name Project Chair Project Initiator Supporters Extra Budgetary Resources Start Date End Date ODP 1 ODP 2 ODP 3 ODP 4 ODP 5 ODP 6 ODP 7 ODP 8 Aim of 2010
P078 eArchiving - Transfer of digital records Michel Jacobson Public Record Office Victoria-Australia/Direction des Archives de France   24.05.2006 31.12.2010  
P105 Legal Notice Publication (LNP) Didier Hardy     01.01.2011    
P411 Public Electronic Procurement Adam Arndt          







Details of projects and activities


eArchiving - Transfer of digital records
Common eGovernment data model development
eGovernment modeling



Meetings


Conference call 03 December 2009
Sapporo Forum (28 September - 2 October 2009)
Rome Forum (20 - 24 April 2009)
Conference call 30 January 2009
Saly Forum (10-14 November 2008)
Conference call 20 June 2008
Mexico Forum (7-11 April 2008)
Conference call 8 January 2008
Stockholm Forum (24-28 September 2007)
Conference call 6 July 2007
Dublin Forum (26-30 March 2007)
Conference call 14 December 2006
New Delhi Forum (2-6 October 2006)
Conference call 29 June2006
Vancouver Forum (13-17 March 2006)

Reference documents