Huawei used its expertise gained from working with government sectors to develop the e-Government platform. Based on the IP network, the e-Government supports data access and transmission at lower layers and enhances service connection and data processing at higher layers. It provides all-IP, high-bandwidth services, reduces operational risks, and enhances system reliability. The e-Government covers an interconnected and interoperable government network, a "cloud-pipe-device" multi-dimensional security system, a data-sharing, application-supportive cloud platform, a collaborative government service platform, and a centralized network O&M platform. One unified government network with multiple interconnected platforms provides secure, reliable, and full-coverage government services. A multi-dimensional security system conforms to three levels of security standards and comprehensively safeguards the virtual government. An integrated government cloud platform provides secure isolation between government sectors and tenants, supports self-management and self-maintenance, shifts services to a cloud-based platform, and promotes data and information sharing. A collaborative office platform adapts to multi-level organizational structures and supports collaboration between government offices.