Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: E-Government Business Models: Theory, Challenges and Research Issues.
2: Electronic Government: Overview and Issues for National Security Interests.
3: Towards Civil-Military Coordination During Security, Stabilization, Transition and Reconstruction Efforts.
4: A Comprehensive Framework Towards Information Sharing Between Government Agencies.
5: E-Government Implementation: Balancing Collaboration and Control in Stakeholder Management.
6: Electronic Government Implementation: A Comparison Between Developed and Developing Countries.
7: Involving Service Professionals in eGovernment Innovation: The Case of Finnish Early Childhood Education.
8: Horizontal Process Integration in E-Government: The Perspective of a UK Local Authority.
9: Online Policy Consultation: A Case Study of Local Government.
10: Electronic Conduits to Electoral Inclusion in an Atypical Constituency: The Australian Case.
11: Australia Local Government and E-Governance: From Administration to Citizen Participation?.
12: Engaging the Community Through E-Democracy in South Australia.
13: Users’ Acceptance of E-Government: A Study of Indian Central Excise.
14: A Multi-Agent Service Oriented Modeling of E-Government Initiatives.
15: A Methodology for Ontological Mediation in Multi-Agent Systems.
16: Analyst-Ready Large Scale Real Time Information Retrieval Tool for E-Governance.
17: In-Stream Data Processing for Tactical Environments.
18: AJAX in Development of Web-Based Architecture for Implementation of E-Governance.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.