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Duties of the Board
The board meets quarterly and provides the department advice on a variety of topics related to E-Government, including:
Priority of new online services provided by the E-Government Portal
Development of E-Government Portals for the department and state agencies
Amount and collection of convenience fees, if any, that may be provided by the department or it's portal provider.
Terms and conditions of contracts between state agencies and electronic portal providers
Monitor the look, feel and usability of government portals and provide advice on how to improve delivery of government services
Monitor the accountability of state agencies' use of electronic government portals
Monitor effectiveness and user satisfaction with electronic government portals and state agencies performance in the use of electronic government portals to provide government services.
Study and propose, develop or coordinate activities that evaluate the performance and transparency of state agency delivery of government services; consider the needs of Oregon's residents; and further the effectiveness and satisfaction with the state's electronic government portals and agency's performance and accountability in the use of the electronic portals to provide government services.
More information regarding boards can be found in the Membership Handbook for Boards & Commissions.
The term "E-Government" is intended to include all efforts by all agencies to provide services and information online. The Department of Administrative Services E-Government Program is a central part of that effort. The E-Government Program provides services for agencies along 5 lines of business:
1. Online Web Content Management. Providing over 160 websites including the state portal: Oregon.gov. This content receives about 234 million visits per year.
2.Online E-Commerce. The E-Government program offers credit card, e-check, debit card and web based mobile payments through our level one PCI compliant system. Over $2 billion is processed per year.
3. Enterprise Collaboration. The E-government program has enabled cross agency, cross-government, vendor and stakeholder collaboration for over five years.
4. Web or Mobile Based Application development. The E-Government program assists government organizations by developing custom online applications to their specific needs. An enterprise regulatory licensing platform is available that customers can leverage rather than purchase their own.
5. Online data catalog. Data.Oregon.gov provides a single platform of Oregon open data that visitors can share and manipulate with a powerful one-click search. Agencies can easily make use of this capability to provide access to public data.