Electronic Government: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, Volume 2
Paralleling the rapid development of widely distributed information and computing technologies has been an accelerated demand by citizens for electronic access to government services and, conversely, a drive by government administrators to harness the cost, quality, and efficiency benefits that electronic service delivery offers. And alongside these phenomena have emerged a new set of opportunities and challenges in such areas as security, privacy, ethics, and more, to which governments and citizens have only begun to come to terms.
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37 EGovernment at Supranational Level in the European Union
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