Electronic Government: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications, Volume 2

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Ari-Veikko Anttiroiko
Information Science Reference, 2008 - Computers - 4211 pages
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Electronic Government: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications meets the pressing need for quality research in the area of electronic access to government services with an authoritative collection of 305 chapters in six volumes. These landmark studies from over 500 leading electronic government researchers worldwide enable libraries in academic, government, and other settings to provide a unified collection on such pressing topics as digital government, electronic justice, government-to government, information policy, and cyber infrastructure research and methodologies. Electronic Government: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications provides practitioners and academicians alike with the defining body of research on e government and its implications within the global context.

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Contents

9 User Attitudes to EGovernment Citizen Services in Europe Jeremy Millard 2634
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Fundamental Concepts and Theories
xxxvii
20 Introducing Mobile Government
xxxviii
Managerial Impact
xxxix
18 The EGovernment Development IT Strategies and Portals of the Hong Kong
715
19 User Involvement in EGovernment Development Projects
734
20 An Opportunity for EDemocracy in Rebuilding Lower Manhattan
751
A Study in Netchising
773
39 EService Provision by New Zealand Local Government
1064
41 Identifying Effective Funding Models for EGovernment
1108
Evaluating the Web Site of the UK Inland Revenue
1139
43 ICT Considerations for a Mulicipality in South Africa
1158
47 Soft Success Factors for MGovernment
1213
Tools and Technologies
1233
2 Electronic Voting as the Key to Ballot Reform
1240
4 A Protocol for Anonymous and Accurate EPolling
1255

23 A Strategic Framework for a G2G EGovernment Excellence Center
797
24 ArchitectureDriven Service Discovery for Service Centric Systems
811
25 A Conceptual Framework for Considering the Value of EGovernment
843
27 B2B ECommerce Infrastructure Success Factors for Small Companies
861
Some Preliminary Findings from Electronic
879
29 EGovernment Business Models for Public Service Networks
898
30 EGovernment in Transition Economics Rimantas Gatautis
917
33 Configurable Reference Process Models for Public Administration
982
Marketing EGovernment to Skeptical and WebWeary
1016
37 EGovernment at Supranational Level in the European Union
1047
5 Anonymous Code Lists for Secure Electronic Voting over Insecure
1270
6 Biometric Identities and EGovernment Services
1285
8 The Advancement of Positioning Technologies in Defense Intelligence
1305
9 Data Mining and Homeland Security Jeffrey W Seifert
1323
11 EEnforcement in Digital Government
1354
Volume VI
1365
13 EGovernment and the Risk Society Michael Blakemore
1379
1 Historical and Contemporary Perspectives of Media and Citizenship Terry Flew I
8
3 EGovemment in the Information Society Lech W Zacher
23
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