Achieving e-Government Change
Part of the ODPM's larger Capacity Building initiative, the e-Government Capacity Building Programme aimed to help local authorities develop and deliver successful, sustainable e-Government projects.
The programme set out to help councils meet both the short term challenges of local e-Government targets - including BVPI 157 and Priority Outcomes - and the longer term sustainability and Gershon efficiency targets. It also helps organisations plan for and manage the inevitable, and crucial, change that implementing e-government involves.
For those charged with delivering e-Government programmes it provides you with the tools you need to plan, manage and evaluate e-government projects consistently and accurately. It will also help you to reduce the amount of time you spend by distilling the vast amounts of information out there and making it relevant to you. And it will help you to acquire the knowledge, skills and behaviours you need to bring about the change you want.
The programme's outputs:
- help you to quickly develop compelling business cases to persuade others in your organisation to commit their support and time;
- help you to identify development needs and direct you to key bits of knowledge and standard approaches that will be of use;
- provide you with examples and templates that can save you time and save you from re-inventing the wheel;
- help to make the process of change easier, both for you and your organisation.
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The e-Government Capacity Building Programme was funded by the ODPM as part of the Local e-Government Programme and the wider Capacity Building Partnership with the LGA. The programme was run by the London Borough of Lambeth.