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Advanced eGovernment Information Service Bus (eGov-Bus)


  • Iulian ILIE NEMEDI



The eGov-Bus project provides citizens and businesses with improved access to virtual public services, which are based on existing national eGovernment Web services and which support cross-border life events. Requirements and specific rules of these life events are considered, and personalization of user preferences is supported. eGov-Bus is based on adaptable process management technologies, allowing for virtual services which are dynamically combined from existing national eGovernment services. In this way, a comprehensive workflow process is set up, allowing for service-level agreements, an audit trail and explanation of the process to the end user. The eGov-Bus process engine operates on top of a virtual repository, providing a high-level semantic view of information retrieved from heterogeneous information sources, such as eGovernment Web services. Further, eGov-Bus relies on a security framework to ensure all high-level security requirements are met. The eGov-Bus architecture is business oriented, it focuses on Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) concepts, asynchronously combining Web services and providing a Service Bus.

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  • Iulian ILIE NEMEDI, 2007. "Advanced eGovernment Information Service Bus (eGov-Bus)," Informatica Economica, Academy of Economic Studies - Bucharest, Romania, vol. 0(1), pages 67-73.
  • Handle: RePEc:aes:infoec:v:xi:y:2007:i:1:p:67-73

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