Yet Another OLPC: One Local e-Government Per Community.
See Overview of governmental servers; what they are for, how and by whom they are established, and other issues.
Also, see YAWL and Writing e-Government before starting to write Python codes for any governmental function.
Briefly speaking, the e-Government project of XO Korea is to establish an web-based government system commonly usable by hundreds of nations with different cultural, political, economic, and historic backgrounds.
It may need tens of years to grow hundreds of thousands of highly educated governmental officers, but, in some cases, a sophisticated e-Government system will surely provide the same (or even better) governmental services to citizens.
Furthermore, developing nations under short governmental budgets can afford to buy XO laptops for their children, by reducing governmental expenses, especially ordinary expenses such as salaries for governmental employees, those who otherwise should be newly recruited .
[Tier 1] Server No.11 General
XO Korea/government server/No.11 General
[Tier 2] Server No.112 Governmental Property
XO Korea/government server/No.112 Governmental Property
[Tier 3] Server No.1102 Civil Appeal
XO Korea/government server/No.1102 Civil Appeal
[Tier 3] Server No.1103 Human Resource Management
XO Korea/government server/No.1103 Human Resource Management
[Tier 3] Server No.1104 Human Resource Development
XO Korea/government server/No.1104 Human Resource Development
[Tier 3] Server No.1105 Performance Evaluation
XO Korea/government server/No.1105 Performance Evaluation
[Tier 3] Server No.1106 Higher Officers
XO Korea/government server/No.1106 Higher Officers
[Tier 3] Server No.1107 Employee Information
XO Korea/government server/No.1107 Employee Information
[Tier 3] Server No.1108 Education
XO Korea/government server/No.1108 Education
[Tier 3] Server No.1109 Administration
XO Korea/government server/No.1109 Administration