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|Revolutionizing the Interaction between State and Citizens through Digital Communications
Sam B. Edwards, III, Diogo Santos.
Networked communication technologies have drastically changed the relationship between States and their citizens. This fundamental shift has eased civilians’ ability to access information and organize groups like never before, creating the need to re-examine existing theories.
Emerging Issues and Prospects in African E-Government
Inderjeet Singh Sodhi.
Efforts have been made toward the application of electronic government in the developing world, yet questions of how to best implement governance systems and address concerns from officials and citizens alike remain to be answered.
Emerging Issues and Prospects in African E-Government explores...
Governometrics and Technological Innovation for Public Policy Design and Precision
Sangeeta Sharma, Pankaj Nagar, Inderjeet Singh Sodhi.
In recent years, government officials have been able to formulate more accurate policies through statistical application. By utilizing quantitative and statistical methods in policy making, governometrics ensures excellence in governmental performance and helps the future of policy making.
Design, Development, and Use of Secure Electronic Voting Systems
Dimitrios Zissis, Dimitrios Lekkas.
In modern electoral processes, Information and Communication Technologies play a crucial role, whether used in voter registration, ballot casting, or processing of results. Securing these systems is a necessary step in ensuring the fairness of the democratic process.
Design, Development, and Use of...
Digital Access and E-Government: Perspectives from Developing and Emerging Countries
Peter Mazebe II Mothataesi Sebina, Kgomotso H. Moahi, Kelvin Joseph Bwalya.
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...
Emerging Mobile and Web 2.0 Technologies for Connected E-Government
E-Government describes the utilization of technologies to improve the lives of citizens and business organizations while facilitating the operation of the government. With the rise of new technologies, governments need to consider implementing Web 2.0 and mobile technologies as a way to offer relevant...
E-Governance and Social Inclusion: Concepts and Cases
Scott Baum, Arun Mahizhnan.
The application of e-government technologies has led to increased public participation and social inclusion, while allowing for greater government transparency. These technologies provide accessibility to online content and services while offering the public an active voice in governmental issues.
Handbook of Research on Advanced ICT Integration for Governance and Policy Modeling
Peter Sonntagbauer, Kawa Nazemi, Susanne Sonntagbauer, Giorgio Prister, Dirk Burkhardt.
As governments and policy makers take advantage of information and communication technologies, leaders must understand how to navigate the ever-shifting landscape of modern technologies in order to be most effective in enacting change and leading their constituents.
Advanced ICT Integration for...
E-Procurement Management for Successful Electronic Government Systems
Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos, Juan Manuel Cueva Lovelle, José Emilio Labra Gayo, Robert D. Tennyson.
As governments search for the best ways to restyle their services, the E-Government field continues to attract interest from public administrators, politicians, academics, and citizens. As a result, new topics such as e-procurement have become core factors in public sector development by providing way...
E-Government Services Design, Adoption, and Evaluation
With the widespread knowledge and use of e-government, the intent and evaluation of e-government services continues to focus on meeting the needs and satisfaction of its citizens. E-Government Services Design, Adoption, and Evaluation is a comprehensive collection of research on assessment and...
Public Information Management and E-Government: Policy and Issues
Mary Maureen Brown, G. David Garson.
Recently, the public sector has given an increasing amount of national and international attention to electronic government systems. Therefore, it is inevitable that the theoretical implications and intersections between information technology and governmental matters are more widely discussed. Public...
Human-Centered System Design for Electronic Governance
Saqib Saeed, Christopher G. Reddick.
As e-government policies and procedures become widely practiced and implemented, it is apparent that the success of technology in e-government hangs on its consistentency with human practices. Human-Centered System Design for Electronic Governance provides special attention to the most successful...
E-Government Success Factors and Measures: Theories, Concepts, and Methodologies
J. Ramon Gil-Garcia.
As governments around the world seek new and more effective methods of organizing their administrations, electronic government plays an increasingly more important role in governmental success. However, due to hindrances in financial and communication resources, these advantages are often overlooked....
Information Systems and Technology for Organizations in a Networked Society
Tomayess Issa, Pedro Isaías, Piet Kommers.
Modern society is increasingly information-driven, relying heavily on Information Systems (IS) and Information Technology (IT). Business enterprises are no exception, and managers and leaders must learn to make the most of the information resources at their disposal or risk falling behind the times....
Developing E-Government Projects: Frameworks and Methodologies
The emergence of e-government allows for effective governance, increased transparency, better management, and efficient services through the use of the internet and information and communication technologies. Therefore, world governments are mobilizing large amounts of resources in order to implement...
Electronic Governance and Cross-Boundary Collaboration: Innovations and Advancing Tools
Yu-Che Chen, Pin-Yu Chu.
Although fast growth and innovation characterize electronic governance in the Asia-Pacific region, existing research on e-governance has barely addressed the opportunities and challenges presented by emerging practices in this region. Electronic Governance and Cross-Boundary Collaboration: Innovations...
E-Parliament and ICT-Based Legislation: Concept, Experiences and Lessons
Mehmet Zahid Sobaci.
Concepts such as e-voting, e-democracy, e-participation, online campaigning, and e-parliament are the most powerful proof of the use of ICTs in political activities, processes, and institutions. E-Parliament and ICT-Based Legislation: Concept, Experiences and Lessons presents a conceptual framework...
Managing E-Government Projects: Concepts, Issues, and Best Practices
Stephen Kwamena Aikins.
E-government promises efficient communication, streamlined operations, citizen involvement, improved services, and increased transparency. However, despite huge investments in e-government, evidence suggests numerous e-government projects are late, over budget, and inadequate. Managing E-Government...
Active Citizen Participation in E-Government: A Global Perspective
Aroon Manoharan, Marc Holzer.
As governments across the world increasingly adopt information and communication technology to improve their efficiency and effectiveness, they are gradually providing opportunities for citizen participation and engagement online. The use of Internet technologies raises the possibility for large-scale...
Citizen 2.0: Public and Governmental Interaction through Web 2.0 Technologies
Kathryn Kloby, Maria J. D’Agostino.
Generally speaking, Web 2.0 technologies support real-time or other innovative, Web-based social interactions, and they are increasingly popular among consumers, the private sector, and more recently, government. Citizen 2.0: Public and Governmental Interaction through Web 2.0 Technologies defines the...