Ontology for e-Government public services

Ontology for e-Government public services
Costas Vassilakis, George Lepouras

Encyclopedia of E-Commerce, E-Government and Mobile Commerce, 2006

In this work, the usage of ontologies for meeting requirements related to e-service composition, e-service cataloguing, change management and administrative responsibility is examined. An ontology for e-government services is presented, covering various aspects of services, including administrative responsibility, meta-data, involved documents and legislation. Both the development and usage phase of the ontology are covered and directions for further exploitation of the potential offered by the ontological representation are given.

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