The project was carried out in three stages.
In the first stage of the project, the e-Governance Academy completed an inventory assessment and make a detailed plan for the project implementation. eGA will analyse the inventory of the present systems, databases, and ICT infrastructure in order to deliver an assessment of its readiness for connection with the interoperability platform. In addition, eGA will assess additional work necessary to guarantee the efficient and effective implementation of the e-government interoperability system. Moreover, eGA examined the inventory of organizational set-up and existing technical (hardware) support and determine if any changes are needed. Furthermore, the present legal framework was analysed and any necessary changes in regard to the implementation of the e-government interoperability system was proposed.
In the second stage, eGA analysed the present stage of Namibian e-government developments and elaborated proposals for organisational set-up and legal framework to enable data exchange between government databases and information systems. A test solution of the e-Government interoperability system was provided and an implementation roadmap was presented for approval.
The third stage of the project was the full scale implementation of the interoperability solution with Cybernetica Ltd.