While electronic research has developed in many governments around the world, the majority of its research has focused on the supply and demand aspects of e-government instead of the focus on technology integration for successful e-government design.
Technology Development and Platform Enhancements for Successful Global E-Government Design compiles the shared experiences of e-government designers and practitioners with a focus on technological design. By highlighting the different technological nuances that need to be incorporated into successful e-government designs, this book is a useful tool for professionals and researchers concerned with the organizational development in different types of e-government communities and environments.
The many academic areas covered in this publication include, but are not limited to:
- E-Government Project Management
- Geospatial Technologies
- Open Source Systems
- Performance Measurement Frameworks
- Socio-Technology Ecosystem
- Technological Divide
- Web 2.0 in Governance
Table of Contents and List of Contributors
Author(s)/Editor(s) BiographyKelvin Joseph Bwalya is a Senior Lecturer in Computer Information Systems at the Department of Library and Information Studies, University of Botswana. He is also a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Johannesburg, and a Senior IT reviewer for the Tertiary Education Council, Botswana. He has a PhD in Information Systems (Information Management) from the University of Johannesburg, Masters in Computer Science from the Korea Advanced Institute of Technology, and Bachelors in Electronics from Moscow Power Engineering Technical University. His research interests include all aspects of computer information systems (e-Government, Database design, process modeling, virtual reality, knowledge management systems, community informatics, etc) and competitive intelligence.