The following series consists of guidelines and methodologies about the e-government transactions, which aims to spread knowledge of information technology, build information society, and provide a source of information for those interested in digital transformation.
Methodologies and Guidelines for Implementing e-Government Transactions
Enterprise Architecture in the Government Sector: International and Local Experiences
This study aims to highlight the projects of implementing the enterprise architecture in the government sector to enable the government agencies to view a set of the enterprise methodologies, frameworks, and practical experiences that can be used as a reference in launching the enterprise architecture initiatives. This study also contributes in a comprehensive understating of implementing the enterprise architecture and identifying its obstacles, challenges and achievements. It helps the government agencies avoid the common mistakes in implementing the enterprise architecture concepts and introducing them to the best available options to support them in their digital transformation journey and the realization of Vision 2030 objectives.
The Guide for the Alternative Open- Source Software List for Commercial Tools
This report aims to assist the government agencies in identifying the available open-source software and choosing the suitable ones for their needs.
The Guideline for Using the e-Participation Tools in Saudi Arabia’s Government Agencies
This guideline is the result of a collaborative effort between the e-Government Program (Yesser) and a wide range of government agencies, academic institutions, private-sector entities, and civil society, whose participation of feedback and expertise was of great importance in accomplishing this guideline. Yesser Program wishes to express its thanks and appreciation to all of these agencies.
The Open-Source Software Guideline
This guideline aims to introduce the open-source software, illustrate the types of used licenses, and provide a brief explanation about the implementation process in the work environment. It consists of three sections: the first section contains information about the open-source software, open-source software standards, a brief historical summary about the open-source software and the most important global institutions for open-source software. In the second section, it describes the most important licenses used in the development of open-source software. The third section indicates the steps for making policies, the strategy for implementing the open-source software in the work environment, and a transformation plan from closed-source software to open-source software.
Unlocking The Digital Era During Covid-19 crisis Report
The World Bank report on unlocking the Digital era during the Covid-19 crisis and the positive response of Digital Government during this crisis in Saudi Arabia.