There can be many citizen ecosystems within a country operating independently. provides a dis the national coordinator for Citizen Information Ecosystems in Australia.

Universal Guidelines

The National Coordinator aims to maximise Individual Dignity, Social Equity and System Quality in every ecosystem it coordinates. Whether it is a closed ecosystem like department of defence or a education ecosystem for primary schools, all can benefit from a common nationwide coordination of some form.

It helps set interoperability guidelines within the country and internationally. It promotes deep country specific customisations to the ecosystems, so their operations do not just follow all laws but enhance the security and well being of all citizens.

The National Coordinator holds exclusive intellectual property rights (including patents, non-public source codes, know hows, domain names etc.) related to citizen information ecosystems within the country.

Country Specify

Every country is different, but generally the coordinator should make money from profits instead of usage. For example, instead of charging a monthly fee for usage, a percentage of the profit can be deducted by the Fiduciary Exchange automatically.

In general, the National Coordinator is an independent legal entity (e.g. a company) with the ultimate aim of the citizens in the country holding the majority of its shares.