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.
Description : Provides research on e-government and its implications within the global context. Covers topics such as digital government, electronic justice, government-to-government, information policy, and cyber-infrastructure research and methodologies.
Description : Since 2001, NARA has been working to develop an Electronic Records Archive (ERA) to preserve and provide access to massive volumes of all types of electronic records. NARA originally planned to complete the system in 2012, but has repeatedly revised the program schedule and estimated cost, and is now planning to deploy an ERA system with reduced functionality by the end of FY 2011. NARA was required to submit an expenditure plan to Congress to support its request for FY 2011 ERA funding. This review of the FY 2011 plan: (1) determines whether the plan satisfies legislative conditions; and (2) determines the extent to which NARA has implemented prior recommendations. Illus. This is a print on demand report.
Description : While not specifically defined, Electronic Government has become a common term to describe all of the processes, administrative and democratic, that combine to constitute public sector operations. Electronic Government: Design, Applications and Management examines the changes faced by the public sector, as the use of IT significantly increases. This book, geared toward practitioners, professionals, decision makers and students strives to examine the challenges and opportunities involved in the implementation and use of IT into organizations.
Description : In accordance with the President's management agenda, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has sponsored initiatives to promote expansion of electronic gov't. -- the use of information technology, particularly Web-based Internet applications, to enhance gov't. services. Each initiative demands a high degree of collaboration among organizations. For four of these initiatives, the GAO was asked to determine, among other things, their implementation progress and the extent of collaboration among agencies and other parties involved. GAO determined that all four of the e-government initiatives that it reviewed have made progress in meeting the objectives and milestones of their early phase. Charts and tables.
Description : This book constitutes the proceedings of the 16th IFIP WG 8.5 International Conference on Electronic Government, EGOV 2017, held in St. Petersburg, Russia, in September 2017, in conjunction with the 9th International Conference on eParticipation, ePart 2017. The 34 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 74 submissions. The papers are clustered under the following topical sections: Smart Governance, Government and Cities; Service delivery; Organizational aspects; Infrastructures; Big and Open Linked Data; Open Government; and Evaluation.
Description : Reviews the status of XML technology and the challenges the Fed. gov't. faces in implementing it. XML is a flexible, nonproprietary set of standards designed to facilitate the exchange of information among disparate computer systems, using the Internet's protocols. Specifically, it assesses: (1) the overall development status of XML standards to determine whether they are ready for governmentwide use, and (2) challenges faced by the federal government in optimizing its adoption of XML technology to promote broad information sharing and systems interoperability. The report recommends that the OMB take steps to improve the federal government's planning for adoption of XML.
Description : This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective, EGOVIS 2017, held in Lyon, France, in August 2017. The 20 revised full papers presented were carefully reviewed and selected from 24 submissions. The papers areorganized in the following topical sections: digitalization and transparency; open data ecosystems; intelligent systems in e-government; e-government research and intelligent systems; m-government and inclusion; e-government cases - data knowledge management; and knowledge management in the context of e-government.