e-Pay is a National Project funded by the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister and developed by the local authority partners ... It's aimed squarely at demystifying the complex world of e-Payments and providing an extensive information resource, in the form of this toolkit, to guide Councils through the steps necessary to effectively implement an e-payment solution. ...
From: About the e-Pay toolkit, Bristol City, Bath & NE Somerset, Hammersmith & Fulham, North Somerset, UK
This was part of the UK Local e-Gov project, which ended in April 2006. The UK seems to have replaced this with a Local t-Gov Project for 2006-07.
At the end of the local e-gov programme in March 2006 the brief to migrate this new-found 'community of interest' to the new Transformation agenda was assigned to the London Borough of Newham, with the aim of communicating how the outputs of the local e-gov National Projects could be used by English local authorities to deliver Transformational Local Government.The UK seems to have a more fragmented and ad-hoc approach to this than Australian governments.
This website has been commissioned by the London Borough of Newham on behalf of the National Projects Programme.
From: About us, t-gov builds on e-gov