Encyclopedia Of Digital Government

Author by : Anttiroiko, Ari-Veikko
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : Containing more than 250 articles, this three-volume set provides a broad basis for understanding issues, theories, and applications faced by public administrations and public organizations, as they strive for more effective government through the use of emerging technologies. This publication is an essential reference tool for academic, public, and private libraries.


E Government

Author by : Khalid S. Soliman
Languange : en
Publisher by : Emerald Group Publishing
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Description : Electronic government (e-government) involves providing service to citizens, businesses, and government agencies electronically. The scope of this e-book on e-government is to provide an insight to research that is being undertaken in the e-government area. After a vigorous review process, we have selected nine papers and one expert opinion. The selected articles provide an in-depth understanding of critical issues involved in e-government.


Digital Government

Author by : Alexei Pavlichev
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : About the implementation of electronic government applications and future developments in the field.


Digital Government

Author by : Hsinchun Chen
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : At last, a right up-to-the-minute volume on a topic of huge national and international importance. As governments around the world battle voter apathy, the need for new and modernized methods of involvement in the polity is becoming acute. This work provides information on advanced research and case studies that survey the field of digital government. Successful applications in a variety of government settings are delineated, while the authors also analyse the implications for current and future policy-making. Each chapter has been prepared and carefully edited within a structured format by a known expert on the individual topic.


Advances In Digital Government

Author by : William J. McIver Jr.
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : Advances In Digital Government presents a collection of in-depth articles that addresses a representative cross-section of the matrix of issues involved in implementing digital government systems. These articles constitute a survey of both the technical and policy dimensions related to the design, planning and deployment of digital government systems. The research and development projects within the technical dimension represent a wide range of governmental functions, including the provisioning of health and human services, management of energy information, multi-agency integration, and criminal justice applications. The technical issues dealt with in these projects include database and ontology integration, distributed architectures, scalability, and security and privacy. The human factors research emphasizes compliance with access standards for the disabled and the policy articles contain both conceptual models for developing digital government systems as well as real management experiences and results in deploying them. Advances In Digital Government presents digital government issues from the perspectives of different communities and societies. This geographic and social diversity illuminates a unique array of policy and social perspectives, exposing practitioners to new and useful ways of thinking about digital government.


Digital Government

Author by : Darrell M. West
Languange : en
Publisher by : Princeton University Press
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Description : 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.


Digital Government At Work

Author by : Ian McLoughlin
Languange : en
Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : The book aims to provide a fresh perspective on attempts to use digital technologies to provide more joined-up public services. Drawing upon extensive research from inside live projects, the question of how the digitalization of local services can be made more relevant and useful to both front line service providers and the citizens they are aimed at is addressed. The authors illustrate the dangers of too much integration and centralization of data and insteadsuggest an alternative approach based on federation. Central to this is the role service users can have in the co-production of innovations that have the potential to improve service delivery and the citizen experience.


Foundations Of Digital Government

Author by : Daniel Veit
Languange : en
Publisher by : Springer Science & Business Media
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Description : Digital government consists in the purposeful use of information and communication technologies (ICT), in particular the internet, to transform the relationship between government and society in a positive manner. This book focuses on the current status, prospects and foundations of digital government. Integrating examples and cases from administrative practice, it covers all important aspects of digital government management. Learning outcomes include Understanding the implications of the internet for government and society Gaining deeper insights into the concept and opportunities of digital democracy Understanding the challenges of moving public services online


Oecd Digital Government Studies Digital Government Review Of Colombia Towards A Citizen Driven Public Sector

Author by : OECD
Languange : en
Publisher by : OECD Publishing
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Description : This review analyses the shift from e-government to digital government in Colombia.


Digital Access And E Government Perspectives From Developing And Emerging Countries

Author by : Mothataesi Sebina, Peter Mazebe II
Languange : en
Publisher by : IGI Global
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Description : Access to government information faces many roadblocks in developing and emerging economies due to lack of appropriate legal frameworks and other requisite information laws. However, there is hope that many countries are now recognizing the importance of providing access to public information resources. Digital Access and E-Government: Perspectives from Developing and Emerging Countries explores the relationships that exist between access to information laws and e-government. It shares the strategies used in encouraging access to information in a variety of jurisdictions and environments, to be of use to e-government designers and practitioners, policymakers, and university professors.