Challenges of Expanding Internet: E-Commerce, E-Business, and E-Government: 5th IFIP Conference on e-Commerce, e-Business, and e-Government (I3E'2005), October 28-30 2005, Poznan, Poland

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Matohisa Funabashi, Adam Grzech
Springer Science & Business Media, Sep 28, 2005 - Computers - 627 pages
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2.1 E-Government: e-Governance and e-Democracy The term Electronic Government (e-Government), as an expression, was coined after the example of Electronic Commerce. In spite of being a relatively recent expression, e-Government designates a field of activity that has been with us for several decades and which has attained a high level of penetration in many countries2. What has been observed over the recent years is a shift on the broadness of the e-Government concept. The ideas inside e-Governance and e- Democracy are to some extent promising big changes in public administration. The demand now is not only simply delivering a service - line. It is to deliver complex and new services, which are all citizen-centric. Another important demand is related to the improvement of citizen's participation in governmental processes and decisions so that the governments' transparency and legitimacy are enforced. In order to fulfill these new demands, a lot of research has been done over the recent years (see Section 3) but many challenges are still to be faced, not only in the technological field, but also in the political and social aspects.
 

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Contents

Value process and business process in eBusiness modeling
5
From an eBusiness revenue model to its software reference architecture
33
eCollaboration and eServices
48
eCollaboration architecture for customerdriven business processes
63
Monitoring middleware for service level agreements
79
GZG G2B and G2C Models
94
a process oriented approach lll
120
OneStop Government Service Integration
140
Value analysis of retail electronic payments market
361
Personalized discount a fuzzy logic approach 375
374
B2B B2C and C2C Models
389
Active advertisement in supermarkets using personal agents 405
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SMACH
421
eMarketplaces eHubs and Portals
435
a classification of design decisions 449
451
Computing for eCommerce
463

A business rule engine applied to eGovernment services integration
157
eGovernment Trust and Security
187
Development and evaluation of a system for checking
202
HYPRA a security model for the support of processes
219
eHealth and eDemocracy
234
a UK primary health care perspective
251
enabling groundup participation
265
Architecture of multi chamiel multi database voting system 281
282
Public eServices for Citizens and Enterprises
297
a framework for organizing and surfing
312
A web service approach to geographical data distribution among public
329
Digital Goods and Products
344
solving the problem of replay in biometrics
465
lntegration of XML data in peertopeer eCommerce applications 481
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Using ebXML for supply chain traceability
497
An XMLbased data model for vulnerability assessment reports 513
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User Behavior Modeling
527
Role of the customer value in the software as a service concept
543
A RiskOriented Job Dispatching Mechanism for workforce
558
a multiprotocol collaborative system
591
Development concept for and trial application
607
Index of Authors 623
622
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