Global E-Government: Theory, Applications and Benchmarking, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1599040298
  • ISBN-13: 9781599040295
  • DDC: 352.380285
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 383 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2007 | Published/Released February 2007
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2007

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Interest in e-government, both in industry and in academia, has grown rapidly over the past decade. Global E-Government: Theory, Applications and Benchmarking is written by experts from academia and industry, examining the practices of e-government in developing and developed countries, presenting recent theoretical research in e-government and providing a platform to benchmark the best practices in implementing e-government programs.

Global E-Government provides helpful examples from practitioners and managers involving real-life applications, while academics and researchers in the fields of information systems and e-government contribute theoretical insights.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
Global E-Government: Theory, Applications and Benchmarking: Table of Contents.
1: E-Government Theory and State-of-Art.
2: Semantic Web Mining for Personalized Public E-Services.
3: Requirements Analysis and General Functional Model of Seamless, Citizen-Oriented Service Delivery.
4: Automating Governmental Cross-Agency Processes Using Web Service Orchestration: A Gap Analysis.
5: The Role of Government in E-Business Adoption.
6: Digital Public Sphere: Rhetoric or Reality.
7: Electronic Surveillance for the Public Good.
8: A Community Facilitation Model for E-Government: A Case Study in Monitoring Water Quality.
9: Healthcare Network Centric Operations: The Confluence of E-Health and E-Government.
10: E-Government Applications.
11: Moving Towards E-Government in a Developing Society: Glimpses of the Problems, Progress, and Prospects in Nigeria.
12: E-Government Emerging Trends: Organizational Challenges.
13: Towards Measuring True E-Readiness of a Third-World Country: A Case Study on Sri Lanka.
14: An Evaluation of Digital Deliberative Democracy in Local Government.
15: The Development of Urban E-Government in China.
16: Web Services in Government Policy: Case Study from UK National Health Service.
17: Empirical Study of the Municipalities' Motivations for Adopting Online Presence.
18: User Involvement in E-Government Development Projects.
19: Local E-Governments in Japan: IT Utilization Status and Directions.
20: E-Government Benchmarking.
21: E-Government, Democratic Governance and Integrative Prospects for Developing Countries: The Case for a Globally Federated Architecture.
22: E-Government Concepts, Measures, and Best Practices.
About the Editor.
About the Authors.