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The Board advises the State Chief Information Officer of the State of Oregon about the State's web services, websites and e‑commerce.
Duties of the Board

The board meets quarterly and provides advice related to E-Government, including: 
  • Prioritization of new online services provided by the E-Government Portal 
  • Development of E-Government Portals for agencies 
  • Amount and collection of portal provider fees
  • Terms and conditions of contracts between agencies and electronic portal providers 
  • Look, feel and usability of government portals
  • Improved delivery of government services 
  • Agencies' use of electronic government portals 
  • Effectiveness and user satisfaction with electronic government portals and agencies' performance 
  • Needs of Oregon's residents

E-Government Program

The E-Government Program provides services for agencies along five lines of business: 
  1. Online Web Content Management:
    Providing over 160 websites, including the state portal: This content receives about 234 million visits per year. 
  2. Online E-Commerce:
    ProvidingCredit card, e-check, debit card and web based mobile payments through a level 1 PCI compliant system.  Over $2 billion are processed per year.
  3. Enterprise Collaboration:
    Cross agency, cross-government, vendor and stakeholder collaboration platform. 
  4. Application development:
    assist government organizations in developing custom online applications.
  5. Online data catalog: provides an open data platform where visitors can find data. Agencies can make use of this capability to provide access to public data. 
The legislature created the board and defined its duties with ORS 276A.270-276.