OASIS Transformational Government Framework TC
Advancing an overall framework for using IT to improve delivery of public services
Nig Greenaway, Chair
Table of Contents
- Technical Work Produced by the Committee
- Expository Work Produced by the Committee
- Translated Material
- External Resources
- Mailing Lists and Comments
- Additional Information
TC approves 3 new Committee Notes - TGF Executive Summary, TGF eHealth Profile and TGF Tools and Models for Business Management Framework v2.0. See full details of the publication announcement here.
TC approves the Transformational Government Framework (TGF) Version 2.0 as a Committee Specification - see the full announcement here. This version replaces both the TGF Primer v1.0 and the TG Core Patterns v1.0
Volunteers needed to help with translating TGF material - OASIS seeks volunteers to translate a small amount of material on the Transformational Government Framework from English into other languages. We already have a number of non-english versions, see below, but translations into other languages would also be valuable. Interested translators are asked to review the OASIS Translation Policy and contact John Borras (firstname.lastname@example.org), the chair of the TGF Technical Committee, for more details.
Participation in the OASIS Transformational Government Framework (TGF)TC is open to all interested parties, especially government agencies involved in eGov, eHealth, Emergency Management, and other public sector drivers. eGov Strategy Managers for technology companies should also be involved, along with representatives of consulting companies that support governments in building strategies.Contact email@example.com for more information on joining the TC.
The Transformational Government TC advances an overall framework for using information technology to improve the delivery of public services. Unlike traditional e-Government strategies of the past, Transformational Government begins with citizen engagement to assure greater use and return on investment. The work of the TC includes defining the framework, identifying use cases, and providing adoption guidance for governments around the world, regardless of their history in implementing eGov.
For more information on TGF, see the TC Charter.
No subcommittees have been formed for this TC.
The TGF v2.0 Committee Specification is now available.
The TGF Executive Summary CN01 is available here.
The TGF eHealth Profile CN01 is available here.
The Transformational Government Framework (TGF) Tools and Models for the Business Management Framework: Volume 1 Using the Policy Product Matrix CN01 v2.0 is available here.
TGF: Impact of the Internet of Things CN01 available here.
Mapping OASIS TGF to ISO 38500: An Introduction, CN01 is available here.
TGF TC FAQs are available here.
To facilitate global adoption, the TC seeks to provide its deliverables in as many languages as possible. The following material has been produced mainly by volunteers for which we are extremely grateful. Some of the more technical terminology is not always easy to translate from English into other languages and whilst we have made every effort to avoid any mistakes we cannot guarantee complete accuracy.
Every effort will be made to provide translations of the new TGF v2.0 as soon as possible. In the meantime we hope the following translations of v1.0 provide useful.
Japanese: The TGF Primer v1.0 Extract
Norwegian: The TGF Primer v1.0 Extract
Spanish: The TGF Primer v1.0 Extract
Ukrainian: The TGF Primer v1.0 Extract
Volunteers interested in translating TGF materials into other languages are asked to contact the
Although not produced by the OASIS TGF TC, the following information offers useful insights into its work:
- New British Smart Cities Specification Uses OASIS Transformational Government Framework; 26 Feb 2014
- Citizen Service Transformation: A manifesto for change in the delivery of public services
- Wikipedia entry for Transformational Government
"TGF has made a significant strategic impact on our work, particularly the end-to-end benefits mapping, and continues to be hugely valuable to the British Council. Other public bodies would do well to consider it to in putting citizens and the creation of public value at the heart of entrepreneurial 21st century public service." [see full citation]
-- John Worne, Director Corporate HQ, British Council
"We needed to address the fundamental business model through which our agencies work together, in order that the agency silos could deliver truly citizen-centric services. We worked on developing a roadmap to implement the 'Franchise Marketplace solution' recommended by the OASIS TGF. The result--our citizen-facing portal, sa.gov.au--has been incredibly successful at meeting the strategy objectives for higher take-up and higher customer satisfaction. It has provided the foundation for effective multi-channel service delivery and has won numerous awards." [see full citation]
-- Jan McConchie, Director eGovernment, Government Services Group, Department of Premier and Cabinet, Government of South Australia
Providing Feedback: OASIS welcomes feedback on its technical activities from potential users, developers, and others to better assure the interoperability and quality of OASIS work.