Welcome! The World Wide Web Consortium invites all who work within governments or those who work or engage with governments to participate in the many opportunities sponsored by W3C and the Web community.
W3C's eGovernment Activity currently offers speakers, discussion forums, educational information, and guidelines focused on helping governments to publish data in open, standards-based formats so that information can be more easily accessed on the Web.
Today W3C Advisory Committee Representatives received a Proposal to
revise the eGovernment Activity (see the W3C Process Document
description of Activity Proposals). This proposal includes a draft
charter for the eGovernment Interest Group.
As part of ensuring that the community is aware of proposed work at
W3C, this draft charter is public during the Advisory Committee review
Other than comments sent in formal responses by W3C Advisory Committee
Representatives, W3C cannot guarantee a response to comments. If you
work for a W3C Member, please coordinate your comments with your
Advisory Committee Representative. For example, you may wish to make
public comments via this list and have your Advisory Committee
Representative refer to it from his or her formal review comments.
If you should have any questions or need further information, please
contact José M. Alonso, eGovernment Lead.
eGovernment is the use of the Web and other information technologies by governments to interact with the citizenry, between departments and divisions, and with other governments.