A simple model and a distributed architecture for realizing one-stop e-government

  title={A simple model and a distributed architecture for realizing one-stop e-government},
  author={Gonçalo Paiva Dias and Jos{\'e} Aberto Rafael},
  journal={Electronic Commerce Research and Applications},
In this paper, we propose a generic model for one-stop e-government and a distributed architecture for its implementation. The model follows a very basic paradigm: the public administration is composed of an unstructured network of entities that upload and download information objects to/from each other and to/from service repositories in order to deliver client-centered services. The architecture is based on widely available technologies such as HTTP, SSL, XML and PKI and it supports the… CONTINUE READING
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