t-gov builds on e-gov
The ODPM's 22 National Projects aimed to create the building blocks to help English local authorities deliver local e-government - meeting their Priority Outcome requirements and tackling the Gershon efficiency review along the way.
Underlying the National Projects was the principle 'build once, use often'. The National Projects Programme was therefore established to supplement the communication activities of individual National Projects in highlighting the successful products and services that they have developed.
A highly successful national communications and events programme - including website, newsletters, conferences and experience sharing workshops - ran throughout 2004/05 and 2005/06, helping to share this knowledge, practical experience and best practice across English local authorities.
At the end of the local e-gov programme in March 2006 the brief to migrate this new-found 'community of interest' to the new Transformation agenda was assigned to the London Borough of Newham, with the aim of communicating how the outputs of the local e-gov National Projects could be used by English local authorities to deliver Transformational Local Government.
This website has been commissioned by the London Borough of Newham on behalf of the National Projects Programme.