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On the supply side, the organisation or the service company and service employees can be regarded as entities. Transferred to e-government, the various governmental levels, but also the institutions within one level are entities. Furthermore, both the service process and the service results can be considered as further entities, although often service process and result occur simultaneously. Finally, a distinction between delivery and final result has to be made. Based on these theoretical considerations, the following classification can be derived (see Table 1).

J. (2001). Systematic services standardization from consumer´s point of view. Contribution to the ISO Workshop in Oslo May 2001, Oslo. , & Iversen, E. J. (2006). Promoting Legitimacy in Technical Standardization. Science, Technology & Innovation Studies, 2, 19-39. Endnotes 1 22 Consequently, OASIS, an SSB that is a major player in the e-business domain is also actively working in e-government standardisation. Within OASIS’ Techncial Committee on e-government, projects are under way to cover Core Components, ebXML Registry, 8 Harmonising Taxonomies, Naming and Design Rules, Semantic Interoperability, Records Management, Workflow, and Web Services.

Since this definition is very general, we rely on a services standards typology, which differentiate in more detail possible components of the service delivery process and the service result appropriate as objects for standardisation. Such classifications of standards, which are independent from specific service sectors, can be used to structure the demand for respective standards, but also to generate hypotheses about the demand and supply of standards. The most recent and differentiated approach to set up a typology of service standards was developed by Vries (1999; 2001).

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