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Government 2.0


Government 2.0 is a Research Flagship of

e-Government and e-Business Laboratory

University of Indonesia

Why

Recent studies says that e-Government implementation are:

Partially Failed
Totally Failed
Successful

The Root Cause

Based on Research

The World Bank (WB) study revealed that a large amount of investment to provide e-Government services are not a guarantee of success without sufficient public participation in the development and implementation process.


Community

Community support will come in the form of demand for new services as a result of the awareness of the opportunities offered by faster and better services of e-Government. Is your agency services gain sufficient support from the community?

Architecture

A better service of e-Government should capable of conducting interoperability that requires National e-Gov Enterprise Architecture. Is your system capable of doing interoperability?

Standard

Enterprise Architecture needs stardard adoption. What dataset of your agency that being adopted either by the central Government or by the Industry as a standard in National e-Gov Enterprise Architecture?

How

Government As a Platform Thinking

What We Offer

We Offer Bottom Up Approach Tools

Framework

StarterKit

  • MVC
  • PSR-4
  • PSR-7
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Website

Repositories

  • Catalog
  • User Guide
  • Developer Guide
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Cyber Gov Labs

Research Partner

client
Dana Indra Sensuse, PhD
Head of e-Gov Lab of Univ of Indonesia
client
Harry Sufehmi
System Architect
client
Adhiawan Sugiharto
IT Governance
client
Wibisono Sastrodiwiryo
Developer

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