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E-Government Website Development: Future Trends and Strategic Models

Over time, as technology improved and citizens increased their demand for
online services, governments used websites to offer more dynamic services such
as accessing services online. The laststage of website development, which exists
in ...

Author : Downey, Ed

Release : 2010-07-31

Publisher : IGI Global

ISBN : 161692019X

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"This book provides fundamental clues about the direction forward in electronic government needed to achieve even greater value from websites and assist the continuing transformation of governmental interaction with citizens"--Provided by publisher.

Handbook of Research on E-Government in Emerging Economies: Adoption, E-Participation, and Legal Frameworks

Using social development lenses to understand e-government development.
Journal ... KEY TERMS AND DEFINITIONS E-Commerce: The service to be
granted with any online payment such as credit card through a local government
website.

Author : Bwalya, Kelvin Joseph

Release : 2012-03-31

Publisher : IGI Global

ISBN : 1466603259

File Size : 65.99 MB

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"This book is a collection of knowledge on contemporary experiences on technological, societal and legal setups of e-Government implementation in emerging economies"--Provided by publisher.

Digital Government

economic development sites, 66–67, 68t economy, 132; perspectives on new
versus old, 30 education agency sites, 68t educational level, 73; acceptance of e-
government and, 122; in website readability, 76 efficiency, improving, 31 Egypt, ...

Author : Darrell M. West

Release : 2011-08-15

Publisher : Princeton University Press

ISBN : 1400835763

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Few developments have had broader consequences for the public sector than the introduction of the Internet and digital technology. In this book, Darrell West discusses how new technology is altering governmental performance, the political process, and democracy itself by improving government responsiveness and increasing information available to citizens. Using multiple methods--case studies, content analysis of over 17,000 government Web sites, public and bureaucrat opinion survey data, an e-mail responsiveness test, budget data, and aggregate analysis--the author presents the most comprehensive study of electronic government ever undertaken. Among other topics, he looks at how much change has taken place in the public sector, what determines the speed and breadth of e-government adoption, and what the consequences of digital technology are for the public sector. Written in a clear and analytical manner, this book outlines the variety of factors that have restricted the ability of policy makers to make effective use of new technology. Although digital government offers the potential for revolutionary change, social, political, and economic forces constrain the scope of transformation and prevent government officials from realizing the full benefits of interactive technology.

Stakeholder Adoption of E-Government Services: Driving and Resisting Factors

E-government gateway development in Turkey: Some challenges and future
directions for Citizen Focus! In Downey, E., Ekstrom, C. D., & Jones, M.A. (Eds.), E
-government website development: Future trends and strategic models. Hershey
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Author : Shareef, Mahmud Akhter

Release : 2011-06-30

Publisher : IGI Global

ISBN : 1609606027

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"This book examines the stakeholders of e-government and reveals the stages of growth or service maturity levels, shedding light on the paradigms and fundamental discourses of the e-government adoption process"--Provided by publisher.

Digital Democracy: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications

Government. Website. Portals: Examining Maturity Levels and Human
Development Indicators Hisham M. Abdelsalam ... Egypt ABSTRACT This
chapter examines the development of e-Government in selected Egyptian local
governments.

Author : Management Association, Information Resources

Release : 2012-06-30

Publisher : IGI Global

ISBN : 1466617411

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"This book presents a vital compendium of research detailing the latest case studies, architectures, frameworks, methodologies, and research on Digital Democracy"--Provided by publisher.

Integrating E-Business Models for Government Solutions: Citizen-Centric Service Oriented Methodologies and Processes

It is of particular interest to understand the process behind the governmental
Website development, and the strategic ... states that a good design process must
always include the user, in the case of electronic government Websites, the
citizen.

Author : Chhabra, Susheel

Release : 2009-02-28

Publisher : IGI Global

ISBN : 1605662410

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"The objective of this book is to examine issues and promote research initiatives in the area of effectiveness in e-government by suggesting integrated e-business models for government solutions, through citizen-centric service oriented methodologies and processes"--Provided by publisher.

Government e-Strategic Planning and Management

Strategic. Development. Tool. for. e-Government. Effectiveness. Timothy E. Dolan
Abstract Governments have had over a decade to incorporate secure, and
functionally interactive features into agency websites-oriented toward the
provision of ...

Author : Leonidas G. Anthopoulos

Release : 2013-10-05

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN : 1461484626

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​Various e-strategies have been developed since the late '90s in an attempt to describe the governmental vision for administrative and for societal change, the objectives and priorities with regard to the development of the Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) at national and at supranational levels. Terms such as the European “Information Society”, the U.S. “Information Highways” and the Korean and Chinese “Informatization” try to describe social transformation that occurs due to the ICT, and to determine means with which governments will capitalize the ICT to improve social life and to support economic growth. This book focuses on the e-strategic management approaches that are followed worldwide, addresses the gaps that appear between e-strategic updates, and presents alternative strategic management methods adopted or to use strategic management methods as a means to describe the e-strategic evolution in their geographic areas. Each chapter evaluates e-strategic management approaches, to define multi-criteria decision-making systems for e-strategic transformation and Indicative methods for e-strategic analysis. This book also illustrates experiences from national and supranational cases, which come from different geographic areas regarding e-strategic planning and management, and demonstrates e-strategic initiation and development across different countries and continents, and the association between policies and ICT. It also seeks to perform a systematic analysis of various representative cases, in order to capture the realized e-Strategic transformation. It will be of interest to scholars and policy-makers in public administration, management, and information technology. ​

Advanced Mechanical Design

Analysis. of. The. Development. of. Xinjiang. Electronic. Government.
Abudureheman. Abuduaini1,a,. BaoWen. Sun2,b ... The E-government
construction in xinjiang The people's government website officially opened in
Xinjiang on November ...

Author : Wen Zhe Chen

Release : 2012-02-27

Publisher : Trans Tech Publications Ltd

ISBN : 3038138053

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This massive compendium presents full coverage of the current state of knowledge with regard to manufacturing science and engineering, focusing on Advanced Mechanical Design. The 525 peer-reviewed papers are grouped into 17 chapters: Materials Design; Mechanical Dynamics and Its Applications; Mechanical Transmission Theory and Applications; Mechanical Reliability Theory and Engineering; Theory and Application of Friction and Wear; Vibration, Noise Analysis and Control; Dynamic Mechanical Analysis, Optimization and Control; Innovative Design Methodology; Product Life-Cycle Design; Intelligent Optimization Design; Structural Strength and Robustness; Reverse Engineering; Chapter 13: Green Design and Manufacturing; Chapter 14: Design for Sustainability; Chapter 15: New Mechanisms and Robotics; Complex Electro-Mechanical System Design; Advanced CAE Technique.

Governance and Public Policy in Canada

As a result, both the federal and provincial governments have become very
proficient at website development and electronic service delivery while e-
government agendas adopting a more democratic orientation have been less
common.

Author : Johnson-Shoyama-Graduate School

Release : 2013-06-03

Publisher : University of Toronto Press

ISBN : 1442604956

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Governance and Public Policy in Canada lays the foundation for a systematic analysis of policy developments, shaped as they are by multiple players, institutional tensions, and governance legacies. Arguing that provinces are now the most central site of governance and policy innovation, the book assesses the role of the provinces and places the provincial state in its broader economic, institutional, social, and territorial context. The aim throughout is to highlight the crucial role of provinces in policy changes that directly affect the lives of citizens. Three key themes unify this book. First, it addresses the role of policy convergence and divergence among provinces. Although the analysis acknowledges enduring differences in political culture and institutions, it also points to patterns of policy diffusion and convergence in specific areas in a number of provinces. Second, the book explores the push and pull between centralization and decentralization in Canada as it affects intergovernmental relations. Third, it underscores that although the provinces play a greater role in policy development than ever before, they now face a growing tension between their expanding policy ambitions and their capacity to develop, fund, implement, manage, and evaluate policy programs. Governance and Public Policy in Canada describes how the provincial state has adapted in the context of these changing circumstances to transcend its limited capacity while engaging with a growing number of civil society actors, policy networks, and intergovernmental bodies.

China's Development and Harmonization

Finally,the problem ofdigitaldivide limits the influence and benefits of
egovernment in China. ... 2007, the CNNICsurvey found that53.34millionpeople
that amountto 25.4per centof netizenshad visited government websites (CNNIC,
2008a: 48).

Author : Bin Wu

Release : 2013-08-21

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1135907609

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The concept of ‘harmonization’ has become very popular in China, with the Chinese government increasingly applying the term ‘harmonious society’ to internal affairs and the term ‘harmonious world’ to international relationships. Harmonization as both an end and a means of China’s development is deeply rooted in China’s cultural tradition, which emphasizes moderation, balance and harmony between human beings and nature, between different social groups, and between the Chinese and other nationalities. This book examines the experience of enacting the concept of harmonization in China in recent years. It explores this in terms of developments within Chinese society, economic developments and changes in business practices, environmental challenges and coping strategies, and changing patterns of international relations. Throughout, it discusses the gaps between rhetoric and reality, policy and practice.

E-Government and Websites

This study aims to explore the use of performance measurement information
published on government websites, which is referred to as e-performance
reporting. ... development efforts, and examples of best practices that others may
emulate.

Author : Aroon Manoharan

Release : 2014-11-13

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1317516311

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This book presents a citizen-centric perspective of the dual components of e-government and e-governance. E-government refers to the practice of online public reporting by government to citizens, and to service delivery via the Internet. E-governance represents the initiatives for citizens to participate and provide their opinion on government websites. This volume in the Public Solutions Handbook Series focuses on various e-government initiatives from the United States and abroad, and will help guide public service practitioners in their transformation to e-government. The book provides important recommendations and suggestions oriented towards practitioners, and makes a significant contribution to e-government by showcasing successful models and highlighting the lessons learned in the implementation processes. Chapter coverage includes: * Online fiscal transparency * Performance reporting * Improving citizen participation * Privacy issues in e-governance * Internet voting * E-government at the local level

E-Government Diffusion, Policy, and Impact: Advanced Issues and Practices

The CSIRO web site has links to all CSIRO projects and water ecology sites,
digital images, related topics and on-line ... The Outback Areas Community
Development Trust (OACDT) provides both a statutory governance body and an ...

Author : Khosrow-Pour, D.B.A., Mehdi

Release : 2008-12-31

Publisher : IGI Global

ISBN : 1605661317

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"This book sheds light on how e-government technologies are shaping today's knowledge society from the ground roots of the citizen experience to the supreme level of policy and decision making"--Provided by publisher.

The Development of E-Government in Central and Eastern Europe [CEE].

Also , the evaluation given by the people to the website of the city council is high
in different categories . The e- and m - services the city government has
implemented or is planning to implement are innovative . However , the citizens ...

Author : Mirko Vintar

Release : 2007

Publisher : IOS Press

ISBN : 9781586037420

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" The aim of this publication is to take an x-ray of CEE e-government and provide readers with an in-depth comparative study of e-government phenomena in the CEE region. The CEE region covers a very diverse set of countries, which have in many respects very little in common, geographically, historically, politically, and economically. Yet there is one common factor; most of these countries are emerging from the hegemony of the Soviet Empire. And, as they do so, more liberal governmental and democratic values are being struggled with. So, although there is much diversity in the region there is a common point of reference and a trajectory of change and development that brings value to a collection of papers on CEE. The countries of CEE include those placed by the Cap Gemini regular measurements (Cap Gemini Ernst & Young, 2006) that belong in the upper third of the EU25s most advanced countries for e-government readiness, while there are many countries in the same region that still find themselves at the very beginning of this process. This diversity has led to change the course of observation and set somewhat different criteria for this publication. "

ECEG2007-Proceedings of the 7th European Conference on e-Government

The postulated relationship is investigated through website analysis and strategy
document analysis methodologies. ... The realization of the transformative
potential of e-government is measured by assessing the level of development in
 ...

Author : Dan Remenyi

Release :

Publisher : Academic Conferences Limited

ISBN : 1905305443

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Human Interface and the Management of Information. Information and Interaction

One of these problems is trustworthiness, which appears to be affected by
whether e-government websites ... With the rapid development of the Internet,
users have increasingly been able to interact with Web-based online systems.
Among a ...

Author : Gavriel Salvendy

Release : 2009-07-15

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN : 3642025595

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The 13th International Conference on Human–Computer Interaction, HCI Inter- tional 2009, was held in San Diego, California, USA, July 19–24, 2009, jointly with the Symposium on Human Interface (Japan) 2009, the 8th International Conference on Engineering Psychology and Cognitive Ergonomics, the 5th International Conference on Universal Access in Human–Computer Interaction, the Third International Conf- ence on Virtual and Mixed Reality, the Third International Conference on Internati- alization, Design and Global Development, the Third International Conference on Online Communities and Social Computing, the 5th International Conference on Augmented Cognition, the Second International Conference on Digital Human Mod- ing, and the First International Conference on Human-Centered Design. A total of 4,348 individuals from academia, research institutes, industry and gove- mental agencies from 73 countries submitted contributions, and 1,425 papers that were judged to be of high scientific quality were included in the program. These papers - dress the latest research and development efforts and highlight the human aspects of the design and use of computing systems. The papers accepted for presentation thoroughly cover the entire field of human–computer interaction, addressing major advances in knowledge and effective use of computers in a variety of application areas.

Practical Studies in E-Government

Unfortunately, building an e-government website doesn't guarantee that all
citizens who come to use it can access its ... some of the barriers that must be
taken into account when designing the User Interface (UI) of e-government
applications.

Author : Saïd Assar

Release : 2010-11-17

Publisher : Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN : 9781441975331

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Information and communication technology (ICT) is permeating all aspects of service management; in the public sector, ICT is improving the capacity of government agencies to provide a wide array of innovative services that benefit citizens. E-Government is emerging as a multidisciplinary field of research based initially on empirical insights from practice. Efforts to theoretically anchor the field have opened perspectives from multiple research domains, as demonstrated in Practical Studies in E-Government. In this volume, the editors and contributors consider the evolution of the e-government field from both practical and research perspectives. Featuring in-depth case studies of initiatives in eight countries, the book deals with such technology-oriented issues as interoperability, prototyping, data quality, and advanced interfaces, and management-oriented issues as e-procurement, e-identification, election results verification, and information privacy. The book features best practices, tools for measuring and improving performance, and analytical methods for researchers.

E-Governance for Smart Cities

The answer is E-Government for public realm which is a website design where all
aspects of Governance are executed 24 h and 7 days a week. This is illustrated
by an exploratory study of one public realm identified near a monorail station in ...

Author : T. M. Vinod Kumar

Release : 2014-11-26

Publisher : Springer

ISBN : 9812872876

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This book highlights the electronic governance in a smart city through case studies of cities located in many countries. “E-Government” refers to the use by government agencies of information technologies (such as Wide Area Networks, the Internet, and mobile computing) that have the ability to transform relations with citizens, businesses, and other arms of government. These technologies can serve a variety of different ends: better delivery of government services to citizens, improved interactions with business and industry, citizen empowerment through access to information, or more efficient government management. The resulting benefits are less corruption, increased transparency, greater convenience, revenue growth, and/or cost reductions. The book is divided into three parts. • E-Governance State of the Art Studies of many cities • E-Governance Domains Studies • E-Governance Tools and Issues

The World Of E-Government

Disabled-enabled access was referred to by only 5% of cities, although the
number whose Web design permitted uninhibited disabled access may well have
been higher than this. A recent survey commissioned by the NZ Ministry of
Economic ...

Author : Gregory G. Curtin

Release : 2013-04-15

Publisher : Routledge

ISBN : 1135023891

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Explore the latest groundbreaking e-government insider information! The World of E-Government investigates how electronic communication is helping to revolutionize democracies across the globe. Using case studies, cutting-edge research, and commentary from some of the field’s foremost researchers, practitioners, and industry leaders, this first-of-its-kind volume explores the enormous future potential of e-government as it links all world citizens locally, regionally, nationally, and internationally. This pioneering text offers the experiences of many leading countries using electronic government, showing you what mistakes they made, the benefits they’ve reaped, and the impact of e-government to democracy, traditional government, and international commerce. Contributors to this timely book include some of the world’s leading practitioners in e-government—people who were actually involved in establishing and shaping the experiences of countries now ranked as leaders in e-government projects. These authorities reveal how their countries successfully implemented e-strategies to directly benefit their citizens. The World of E-Government details how electronic government is being used to govern and change the lives of citizens online in such areas of the world as: the United States Singapore Canada the European Union Australia New Zealand Germany This book will give you a better understanding of: how to best plan for citizen use of e-government how countries have avoided waste and unnecessary spending how e-government can move forward by using optimal planning and previous experiences what citizens expect of e-government in countries around the globe the realities, the latest initiatives, and the future of e-government in America, Europe, and elsewhere The World of E-Government is an essential book for all elected officials and their staffs, e-government practitioners, researchers, and information specialists to use in order to stay up-to-date with the growing needs of the general public. The advice offered in this text can help you improve service delivery, provide vital information to the public, and enhance public participation online. This volume contains useful bibliographies, additional readings, tables, and figures to further your career or research studies in public administration, government, political science, law, education, or information technology.

E-Government Interoperability and Information Resource Integration: Frameworks for Aligned Development

Frameworks for Aligned Development ... Weill and Vitale (2001) propose that
there are a finite number of atomic e-business models, each of which captures a
different way to conduct e-business. Firms can ... Operatingadirect-to-customere-
business requires significant investmentin the equivalent of the store: the Website
.

Author : Gottschalk, Petter

Release : 2009-03-31

Publisher : IGI Global

ISBN : 1605666491

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Focuses on the integration of new technologies into digital government, generating new insights into e-government interoperability.

Evaluating Websites and Web Services: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on User Satisfaction

Fotini Patsioura University of Macedonia, Greece ABSTRACT Over the past few
years, e-government growth has resulted in the development of many state and
local e-government initiatives in both developing and industrialised countries.

Author : Yannacopoulos, Denis

Release : 2014-02-28

Publisher : IGI Global

ISBN : 146665130X

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The pervasiveness of the Internet has had a significant impact on global politics, economics, and culture. To create a truly effective product in such a saturated digital environment, developers must study what has come before and how they can utilize existing tools to even greater effect. Evaluating Websites and Web Services: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on User Satisfaction explores some of the various approaches to the study and assessment of Internet technologies, providing scholars, researchers, developers, and professionals with critical knowledge and an interdisciplinary perspective on e-services in a variety of functional areas, from government and commerce to social media and education.