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GOV.UK Taxonomy

"As members of the Finding Things team have written previously, we’ve long understood the need for a GOV.UK taxonomy that’s subject-based and site-wide, and we’ve been working towards achieving this challenging aim for a while. When finished, the taxonomy will group together all content on the site in a meaningful and intuitive way, using a hierarchical structure. It will consist of many ‘topics’ and ‘subtopics’, to which all content items will be tagged.

Julkisten palvelujen luokitus

"Julkisten palvelujen yleinen päätasoluokitus koostuu 27 päätason ja noin 180 alatason luokasta. Luokkien otsikoinnissa käytetyt termit kuvaavat julkisten palvelujen käyttötapauksia ja –tilanteita.
Luokitus on tarkoitettu erityisesti kansalaisille ja yrityksille palveluja tarjoaviin ja niitä kokoaviin verkkopalveluihin ja muihin palvelutietoja sisältäviin järjestelmiin. Verkkopalvelujen esityskerroksessa luokkia voi yhdistellä, tyypillisesti navigointi- ja ryhmittelytarkoituksiin. Tällaisissa yhdistelmäluokissa luokituksen termit säilyvät ennallaan.

"The general classification of public services consists of 27 main levels and about 180 lower-level categories. The terms used in heading headings describe the use of public services and situations.
  The classification is intended specifically for systems and services that provide services to and from citizens and businesses. In the online service presentation platform, categories can be merged, typically for navigation and grouping purposes. In such composite classes, the terms of the classification remain unchanged.

Arizona Governmental Publications Agency Names and Classification Codes

"This database contains the AzDoc Classification Scheme, used to classify state documents for the state of Arizona. The classification scheme was developed by the Arizona State University Library. Like the Superintendent of Documents classification system (SuDocs), it arranges materials by issuing agency rather than by subject."

State Publications Classification

"When the Documents Section of the North Carolina State Library was organized between 1957-1960, this classification scheme was devised by the documents librarian, Sangster Parrott, for the Library's large collection of North Carolina public documents. Documents are arranged by state government agency and then by function. The scheme is partially adapted from the U.S. Superintendent of Documents Classification System which is used for Federal documents collections.

TERMDAT

"TERMDAT is an extensive multilingual specialist dictionary, providing a versatile aid for communication, text composition and translation. The database is also a means for recording and making available Swiss legal and administrative terminology along with other terminology from the public sector. Terms are available in Switzerland’s four national languages – German, French, Italian and Romansh – and in English. (...) The terms are recorded in thematic glossaries compiled in collaboration with experts from the Federal Administration or from the private sector.

Utrikes Namnbok

"Utrikes namnbok innehåller översättningar till engelska, tyska, franska, spanska och, i viss utsträckning finska och ryska, av namn på myndigheter och organisationer, EU-organ och länder. Dessutom innehåller den statliga tjänstetitlar."

"Foreign Directory contains translations into English, German, French, Spanish and, to a certain extent Finnish and Russian, by names of authorities and organizations, EU agencies and countries. In addition, it contains government service titles."

Irish Public Service Thesaurus

"The Public Service Thesaurus (PST) has been developed as a list of descriptors, or controlled vocabulary, by which public sector resources may be indexed. It was developed to facilitate public sector compliance with the Irish Public Service Metadata Standard (IPSMS), and in so doing to enhance the capacity of public sector organisaitons to make their resources accessible and visible to their client base.
Compliance can be achieved by using appropriate terms from the vocabulary in conjunction with the mandatory DC.Subject element.

Vocabulário Controlado do Governo Eletrônico

"O VCGE é um esquema para ser utilizado no elemento assunto.categoria (subject.category) do Padrão de Metadados do Governo Eletrônico (e-PMG)1. Termos retirados do VCGE tornarão mais direta, para os gerentes de sítios e portais governamentais, a apresentação dos serviços disponibilizados em uma estrutura de diretório baseada nos indexadores do VCGE. O VCGE ajuda os cidadãos a encontrar informações mesmo sem o conhecimento de qual órgão o assunto é responsabilidade. O VCGE está organizado em uma poli-hierarquia. Isto é, um dado termo pode ter um ou mais de um Termos Gerais (TG)."

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