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What is E-Government Strategy

Handbook of Research on E-Government in Emerging Economies: Adoption, E-Participation, and Legal Frameworks
A set of initiatives that are lined to achieve successful implementation of e-Government. It is a roadmap with carefully designed steps aimed at encouraging successful implementation of e-Government with reference to the local context.
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E-Government in Syria: Obstacles and Interoperability Framework
Elias Farzali (Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences, Syria), Ghassan Kanaan (Petra University, Jordan), Raed Kareem Kanaan (Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences, Jordan), and Kamal Atieh (Arab Academy for Banking and Financial Sciences, Syria)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-4666-0324-0.ch011
The information technology revolution has forced many governments to create new mechanisms for delivering services in order to reduce costs, increase the ease of administration, and overcome some of the economic and social problems. E-Government uses the methods of new technology to simplify administrative procedures and assist decision-makers in their operations. Using the survey method and interviews, this chapter investigates e-Government activities in Syria in order to explore the main barriers of e-Government. It focuses on how to utilize the necessary frameworks in policy, economics, administrative procedures, society, and technology, with the aim of showing the benefits of Enterprise Integration in e-Government. The chapter extensively reviews the literature on barriers to e-Government and Enterprise Integration technologies. Based on the investigation of barriers to current e-Government activities in Syria, the chapter proposes an e-Government Interoperability Framework that is designed to address effective implementation of e-Government in developing countries.
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A Snapshot Overview of the Digital Divide: e-Inclusion and e-Government in the Zambian Context
A set of rules that guide the implementation of e-Government with sufficient reference to the local context.
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E-Census 2006 in New Zealand
E-government is about using new technology (e.g. computers and the Internet) to improve the way central and local government deliver their services, communicate, consult and work with others. Under this strategy, the Government’s aim is to create a public sector that is structured, resourced and managed to perform in a manner that meets the needs of citizens in the information age and which increasingly delivers information and services using online capabilities.
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