In many Councils Small & Medium-size Business [SMBs] and Small & Medium-size Enterprises [SMEs](not-for-profit) comprise more than 95% of the Local Business population and are the major Employers and Rate-payers.
In 2001 the Federal Government Department of Employment, Workplace Relations & Small Business [DEWRSB] commissioned members of the OIC Local Government Special Interest Group [LZIG] to conduct a series of eSurveys with 172 NSW Local Government Councils on "The relevance of XML in the adoption of On Line Service Delivery by Local Government Agencies".
Since then, XML has enabled eBusiness, eBanking, Workforce Mobility and Home Mobility to change the way that Local Government can provide Community Services to an increasing population of Home Workers
This Webinar will review how the Local Government Management Plans and a common Council Application framework can assist Local Councils to reduce the costs of IT Application development and On-line Delivery Services
|EVENT||Local Government||TOPIC||XML enabling On-line Delivery|
|DATE||Thu 24 Aug 2006||TIME||16:00 - 18:00|
259 George Street
Car: Meters/Car Park
Registration for Seminar - Early Bird by 17:00 Mon 14 Aug 2006
|16:15||LG Management Plans||Review Management Plans|
|16:45||LG Applications||Review Application Framework|