Mobile government: an emerging direction in e-government

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IGI Pub., Apr 30, 2007 - Computers - 429 pages
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Mobility is no longer a technological revolution. It is more about how businesses and governments can provide a better social infrastructure through mobile applications and services. While e-government was an important step taken by many governments, provision of services through mobile technologies is now inevitable. Public demand for mobility, the efficiency and productivity gains of the public sector through mobility, lead to a natural move from e-Government to m-Government. Mobile Government: An Emerging Direction in e-Government provides selected examples of current developments from various countries in terms of technology, applications and services, and various real world m-government examples, their evaluations, challenges and opportunities.Mobile Government: An Emerging Direction in e-Government applies to various groups, including m-Government practitioners and researchers, government officials, policy makers and mobile IT solution providers in the areas of e-government, mobile business, mobile internet and public administration. This innovative publication contains introductory knowledge on m-Government, and then moves on to a relatively deeper examination of various applications, that are significant in terms of current and future developments in m-Government.

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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter II
12
Chapter III
30
Designing Mobile Government
60
Chapter V
86
Chapter VI
106
Chapter VII
134
Mobile Health
154
Chapter XII
233
Chapter XIII
252
Chapter XIV
268
Technology and Trends for Mobile Government
291
A Secure Wireless Data Access Service for the Government
318
Chapter XVII
339
Chapter XVIII
357
Chapter XIX
375

Chapter IX
171
Chapter X
188
An Emerging Direction
207
About the Authors
406
Index
419
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