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Generally governments’ e-Gov systems development contracts use rigid software development methods.
Analysts decompose functions from requirements into components for software developers to design a system.
This causes functional decomposition to coincide with each other, and deprives developers of a true software computation environment.
The e-GEAF designed in this book comprehends applications, and ensures that the enterprise activities and system context are understood.
There is currently no e-Gov process for guiding e-Gov system implementation.
Comparison of EAF have not been done to determine their weaknesses and to rectify them by developing a new EAF based on the existing weaknesses.
The book has designed e-GEAF that has no usage limit across the board by correcting the weaknesses of existing EAFs.
A four step process is used.
First step is proposing an e-Gov development process for eliciting e-Gov requirements.
Second step is comparing the existing EAFs to determine their weaknesses.
DoDAF emerged the best but still had weaknesses.
Third step is proposing a generic framework using DoDAF as the benchmark.
The fourth step is designing of a generic framework named e-GEAF.
Ms Agnes Odongo is a System Administrator at KENGEN from 2010 and worked at Water Ministry for 21 years.
She has authored 10 scientific publications, 5 technical seminar papers and 3 books.
Completed MSc.IT from KAIST S.
Korea in 2009 and Bsc.IT at the JKUAT in Kenya in 2006.
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