E-Government: Information, Technology, and Transformation

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Hans J. Scholl
M.E. Sharpe, Sep 16, 2010 - Business & Economics
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E-Government: Information, Technology, and Transformation provides a comprehensive overview of the wide domain of e-government, featuring contributions and perspectives from several disciplines. E-Government has strong roots in Information Systems, Public Administration, and Political Science -- all represented in this volume.

Major sections of coverage include:
--Foundations, standards of inquiry, and principles of system design
--Organization, management, and transformation
--Policy, governance, and participation
--Infrastructure, interoperability, and services.

The timeliness and high caliber of scholarly contributions from around the world make this volume a capstone of contemporary e-government research.

 

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Contents

Introduction to the Domain
3
A Study Domain Past Its Infancy
11
PART II ORGANIZATION MANAGEMENT AND TRANSFORMATION
31
Beneath the Carapace
33
EGovernment or EGovernance Paradigm?
52
Opening the Interdisciplinary Door
72
Chapter 6 LOCAL EGOVERNMENT SOPHISTICATION IN THE UNITED STATES
89
Transformative Relationships
106
PART IV INFRASTRUCTURE INTEROPERABILITY AND SERVICES
177
Chapter 11 CONCEPTUALIZING INFORMATION INTEGRATION IN GOVERNMENT
179
Comparing and Evaluating Orchestration Arrangements Using Multicriteria Analysis
203
Implementing the Next Generation of Information and Process Integratio
219
A Status Report on China Japan Singapore and South Korea
237
A Study of State Level Human Services Agencies
256
Chapter 16 FRAMEWORKS FOR FOSTERING CROSSAGENCY INTEROPERABILITY IN EGOVERNMENT INITIATIVES
280
EDITOR AND CONTRIBUTORS
301

PART III POLICY PARTICIPATION AND GOVERNANCE
123
Chapter 8 SOFTWARE AS GOVERNANCE
125
Chapter 9 LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE EVOTING PILOTS IN THE UNITED KINGDOM
141
Exploring the Potential of New Information and Communication Technology Paradigms for Democratic Purposes
156
SERIES EDITOR
307
Index
309
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