FAME (Framework for Multi-Agency Environments)


Project Leader(s): Rob Wilson
Staff: Sue Baines, Ian McLoughlin, Mike Martin, James Cornford, Roger Vaughan, Pat Gannon-Leary, James Carr, Sarah Walsh.
Partners: Project Partners: London Borough of Lewisham (Project Leader), Bromley, Bradford, Wirral, Woking, Newcastle, Telford and Wrekin, Surrey, Shropshire, Liquid Logic Ltd, Ciber

Project Website

FAME is an ODPM National e-Government Project involving a set of English local authorities developing and deploying multi agency information systems. Our responsibility is for the Generic Framework and the learning and Evaluation work streams. The services being researched are for child protection, IRT, children with disabilities, mental health, vulnerable older people and revenue and benefits. In addition to working with the local authorities we are working with two software suppliers in building the generic framework whose purpose is to provide guidance for follow on local authorities. Its scope includes the legal duties and powers underpinning the services, information sharing, information system infrastructure, multi agency governance and sustainability.


The technical integration architecture (Version November 30, 2003).

Final report of the Learning and Evaluation Strand Executive Summary

Final report of the Learning and Evaluation Strand

 

Project Publications Include:

  • Martin, M (2003), FAME Integration Architecture, Presentation to the ODPM e-Government Suppliers Forum, London, October 30. [WebLink]
  • FAME (2004), The FAME Generic Framework: Systems and Infrasrtucture (presented the integrating e-govenment meeting) , Newcastle upon Tyne, Draft Discussion Document for the FAME National Project, 18th February. [Powerpoint Slides]
  • Martin, M (2004), Identity and relationship management, Newcastle upon Tyne, SBI Discussion Paper for the Fame Project, 18th February. [Word file]

Staff

Professor Rob Wilson
Director of KITE University Research Centre