We will hold a brief informal presentation and Q&A next week for those interested in understanding more about our plans. Time 12:00 – 13:00 Date Tuesday 27 June 2017 Venue Jubilee Wharf, 24 The Esplanade, St Helier Interested in coming? Please drop us a line on firstname.lastname@example.org so we are expecting you.
An integration platform has long been one of the deliverables of the eGov programme. Earlier this year we ran a series of workshops and subsequently blogged about our approach; Towards an integration platform Part 1, Part 2. Following the requirements gathering process a number of integration platform vendors have been identified as having the potential … Read more Integration platform procurement
In the last blog we looked at some of the more technical aspects of systems integration and how the use of a Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) can assist in exposing and reusing data and services owned by government departments. We will continue our look at microservices and also discuss our approach and usage of integration … Read more Towards an Integration Platform: a Key Delivery for eGovernment – Part 2
In this first of a two part series I will be introducing some of the more technical concepts around the integration of computer systems and why unlocking data is critical to the success of delivering government services to you online. As such, this blog post is mainly for those with a technical background. The problem of … Read more Towards an Integration Platform: a Key Delivery for eGovernment – Part 1