As the potential of ubiquitous technology becomes a near reality, researchers start to study how to utilize it in government, so-called uT-Government, as well as in business and everyday life. So far researches on uT-Government dealt with mainly macro issues such as how to conceptualize uT-Government and build it or how to apply uT to government functional areas. This study aims to complement them by extending the level of analysis to the project level. This study analyzes the government informatization projects in 2005, and assesses the applicability of uT -RFID, Sensor, and BcN - to those projects. The projects that can effectively utilize the RFID are those to manage primary industry products, foods and drugs, books, online products, postal matters, and various logistics, For Sensor, the areas of transportation, environment, and disaster management are promising. BcN can be usefully applied to the projects that deliver various services to the businesses and citizens such services as employment, education, patent, tax, procurement, post, agriculture. Since the government continues to invest large sums of money to e-Government, it is important to judge the applicability of uT to various informatization projects and prepare to apply uT to them for the successful implementation of uT-Government.