Proceedings of the International Conference on e-Government (ICEG 2005)

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Contents

Toward a Robust Measure of e Tarun Abhichandani Thomas A Horan and
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The Case Manuel Alamilla and Carla Marisa Bonina
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of Mexico and the Reform of the Federal Centre for Research and Economic Teaching
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Efficient eGovernment HISL Limited
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Structurational Analysis of eGovernment a Rangamani Basettihalli1 Jane E Fountain1 Pan
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Luca Buccoliero and Marta Marsilio
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A Case Of GIS Exploitation in Milan Bocconi University Milan Italy
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eGovernment Skills and Organizational Eugenio Capra Chiara Francalanci and Clementina
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Open ICT eGovernment Architecture as an Libor Neumann1 and Pavel Benda2
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Distributed Authentication and ization in e Libor Neumann1 and Pavel Sekanina2
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How to Compare and Analyze Risks of Saggi Nevo and Henry Kim
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Enabling Democracy? eGovernment Paul G Nixon and Rajash Rawal
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Inclusion Citizenship The Hague University The Netherlands
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Evolution and Current Status University of Maryland Baltimore County
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Paper Authors Page
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Attitudes and Perceptions of Canadians Ajax Persaud1 and Pankaj Sehgal2
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Culture as a Key to eGovernment Success Marinoni Fondazione Politecnico di Milano Italy
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A Conceptual Model for Semanticallybased Alessio Gugliotta1 Liliana Cabral2 John Domingue2
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A Practical Approach for JumpStarting E Yonas Hagos
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Safety Net? Trust and eGovernment Panos Hahamis Mike Healy and Jennifer Iles
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A Case Teo Tien Hiong1 and Justo A Diaz2
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Paper Authors Page
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Determining the Extent of Services Department of Information Studies University
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Are the Gabor Laszlo
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The Design of Authorisation Systems for Jim Longstaff Mike Lockyer Tony Howitt Ian
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EGovernment Implementation in Gertrudes Macueve
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Design and Development of EGovernment Bharat Maheshwari1 Sameer Verma2 and Vinod
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Research policy challenges for e Jeremy Millard
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an international overview Danish Technological Institute Aarhus Denmark
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A Laurence MonnoyerSmith
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The Locking Affecting Advances in E LaŽtitia Morin
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A H R Rao S Chai T C Herath and I Park
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Elisabeth Richard
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Potential Bruce Rocheleau
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Using Open Source Software Development Peter Salhofer and Martin Pickl
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Government Engineering Towards Christian Seel Oliver Thomas and Bettina Kaffai
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Administrational Excellence Institute for Information Systems Germany
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eGovernment in the PostTransition Olga Soukhovtseva
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Ensuring Jaqueline Spence
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An exploratory Arthur Sweeney
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Towards a Theoretical Framework of e Ryad Titah and Henri Barki
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Verifying eGovernment Market Segments Tim Turner1 Andrea Schwager1 and Zixiu Guo21
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Maria Vasconcellos Marcelo Persegona Maria
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Towards An Open Source Model for Christine Williams and Pierre Berthon
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