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What is Government-to-Government (G2G)

Handbook of Research on Public Information Technology
The aim of G2G is to enable governments and organizations related to them to more easily work together and to better serve citizens within key lines of business.
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E-Government's Barriers and Opportunities in Greece
Giorgos Laskaridis (University of Athens, Greece), Konstantinos Markellos (University of Patras, Greece), Penelope Markellou (University of Patras, Greece), and Angeliki Panayiotaki (University of Patras, Greece)
Copyright: © 2008 |Pages: 17
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-59904-857-4.ch017
In recent years, we have witnessed the rapid evolution of the World Wide Web. This development allows millions of people all over the world to access, share, interchange and publish information. In this context, many governments have realized that their information resources are not only valuable to themselves, but valuable economic assets, that fuel of the knowledge economy. By making sure the information they hold can be readily located and passed between the public and private sectors, taking account of privacy and security obligations, it will help to make the most of this asset, thereby driving and stimulating national and international economy. Governments take advantage of information and communication technologies (ICT) and the continuing expansion of the Web and started e-government strategies to renew the public administration and eliminate existing bureaucracy, therefore reducing costs (Riedl, 2003; Tambouris et al., 2001).
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An Exploratory Study of the E-Government Services in Greece
Facilitate increased efficiency and communication between parts of a government. G2G initiatives can improve transaction speed and consistency, and at the same time reduce the time employees have to spend on tasks. The G2G initiatives will enable sharing and integration of federal, state and local data to facilitate better leverage of investments in IT systems and to improve grant management capabilities, and also will support “vertical” (that is intergovernmental) integration requirements.
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E-Government and E-HRM in the Public Sector
The category of e-government that focuses on interactions between a government and its various agencies to support transactions such as horizontal and vertical integration.
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