The Office of Computer Cluster Promotion (CCP) has been working with Thailand Science Park, the Software Industry Promotion Agency (Sipa) and Software Park Thailand to establish a project called the Open Development of e-Government Collaboration to allow local software-developers to participate in electronic-government development projects.
CCP's director Smith Suksmith said the project would allow software-developers to join in the electronic-government cluster software-development project, which requires expertise in three areas, ie Web application, Web portal and business intelligence. In each area, software-vendors will have to complete three stages of software development: system design, programming and implementation and testing. The first is to develop requirement analysis, design the flow of information between government agencies and establish the system architecture and program specifications for information exchange. The second is to develop graphic design and programming related to the designs. Finally, programs must be test-run for quality control and evaluation. CCP will act as super-project manager and gather electronic-government projects to allocate to selected local software-vendors so they can work together on them.