The design strategy of RBRF e-Government office automation system
With the development of information technology, the network is not only an effective means of communication, but also a bridge between the government and the community. So, the e-Government is born. By means of e-Government, the government can easily migrate the release of information and communication functions to the Internet, which makes people convenience. The e-Government system also provided a combination of government management process reengineering, construction and optimization of the internal management systems, decision support systems, and office automation systems. And the system can get high level technical and advisory support for the management of government information to fulfill the needs of specific business, affairs, and the conferences. This paper introduces e-Government office automation system strategy based on role-based rights flow (RBRF). The system centers in day-to-day office management service, achieves division of authority between different departments and staff through the introduction of data rights and function rights, so as to achieve the office management platform with the coordination of information, management, and service. This paper provides the method of realizing the work flow through role-based permissions management, the concept of authority is broken down to each operating procedures; realization of user operational procedures are reflected in the achievement of right-matching and right-series, office processes are standardized, the management level and quality are improved; the goal of improving office efficiency is achieved.
Author's Name: Guan, J., Lin, P., Gao, G., Chen, R.
Volume: Volume 5
Issues: Issue 2
Keywords: Computer network, E-Government Office automation, Rights flow, Role, Work flow