Citizens, businesses and government officials need to be able to access and read government documents on their own devices.
Users must not have costs imposed upon them, or be digitally excluded, due to the document format in which government documents are provided.
Users in this challenge are people inside and outside of government who need to access and read information produced by government officials or government services.
These users need to be able to view government documents on their device of choice, for example a smartphone, a tablet or a laptop, without the need to pay for any additional software.
As part of the challenge phase, these needs will be investigated further and may be refined based on feedback.
- Users are able to open and read government documents
- Users are not required to buy new software to access government documents due to the format in which government documents are provided
- Users are able to re-use data and text, where the licence permits
Citizens, businesses and delivery partners must be able to view information using the device of their choice.
Documents should be accessible on different devices without loss of integrity - the information should not become spoiled.
Documents in this context include:
- Word processed texts
As part of the challenge phase, these needs will be investigated further and may be refined or expanded based on feedback.
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