Global E-Government: Theory, Applications and Benchmarking: Theory, Applications and Benchmarking

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Al-Hakim, Latif
Idea Group Inc (IGI), 2006 M09 30 - 383 páginas

Interest in e-government, both in industry and in academia, has grown rapidly over the past decade, and continues to grow. Global E-Government: Theory, Applications and Benchmarking is written by experts from academia and industry, examining the practices of e-government in developing and developed countries, presenting recent theoretical research in e-government, and providing a platform to benchmark the best practices in implementing e-government programs.

Global E-Government: Theory, Applications and Benchmarking provides helpful examples from practitioners and managers involving real-life applications, while academics and researchers in the fields of information systems and e-government contribute theoretical insights.

 

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Semantic Web Mining for Personalized Public EServices
1
Requirements Analysis and General Functional Model of Seamless CitizenOriented Service Delivery
21
Automating Governmental CrossAgency Processes Using Web Service Orchestration A Gap Analysis
52
The Role of Government in EBusiness Adoption
65
Digital Public Sphere Rhetoric or Reality
85
Electronic Surveillance for the Public Good
100
A Community Facilitation Model for EGovernment A Case Study in Monitoring Water Quality
114
Healthcare Network Centric Operations The Confluence of EHealth and EGovernment
127
The Development of Urban EGovernment in China
214
Web Services in Government Policy Case Study from UK National Health Service
238
Empirical Study of the Municipalities Motivations for Adopting Online Presence
261
User Involvement in EGovernment Development Projects
280
Local EGovernments in Japan IT Utilization Status and Directions
300
EGovernment Benchmarking
319
EGovernment Democratic Governance and Integrative Prospects for Developing Countries The Case for a Globally Federated Architecture
320
EGovernment Concepts Measures and Best Practices
340

EGovernment Applications
147
Moving Towards EGovernment in a Development Society Glimpses of the Problems Progress and Prospects in Nigeria
148
EGovernment Emerging Trends Organizational Challenges
167
Towards Measuring True EReadiness of a ThirdWorld Country A Case Study on Sri Lanka
185
An Evaluation of Digital Deliberative Democracy in Local Government
200
About the Editor
370
About the Authors
371
Index
379
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Latif Al-Hakim lectures in Management in the Faculty of Business at the University of Southern Queensland, Australia. His experience spans industry, research and development, and academic institutions. Latif was awarded his undergraduate degree in 1968, and went on to receive his Masters (1978) and PhD (1983) from the University of Wales (UK). Dr. Hakim has published extensively in information management and systems modelling. He is the author and editor of seven books, more than ten chapters in books and more than 60 papers in various journals and conference proceedings. He is the Editor-in-Chief of International journal of Information quality and Associate Editor International journal of Networking and Virtual Organisations. Latif has also consulted to a number of major industrial organizations in Australia. [Editor]

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