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A Government Interoperability Framework (GIF) is

a set of standards and guidelines that sets out a common language to govern exchange of information between ICT systems. These standards form the basis of designing e-government services so that administrations, enterprises and citizens can interact efficiently. Thus, the GIF is one of the means to achieving the goals of e-government.[1]

Overview Edit

The GIF includes the technical specifications that all agencies involved in e-government implementation should adopt. These standards address the following:

References Edit

  1. E-Government Interoperability: A Review of Government Interoperability Frameworks in Selected Countries, at 5.
  2. E-Government Interoperability: An Overview, at 2.

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