Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: User-Centric E-Government.
2: Government ICT Adoption: Global Trends, Drivers, and Barriers.
3: Municipal Social Media Policy: A Best Practice Model.
4: Citizen-Centric Access to E-Government Information through Dynamic Taxonomies.
5: Technology Design for E-Governance in Nonprofit Organizations.
6: User-Centered Designs for Electronic Commerce Web Portals.
7: Authentication Mechanisms for E-Voting.
8: Human-Centered E-Government: Effectiveness and Organizations.
9: Designing and Implementing E-Government Projects: Actors, Influences, and Fields of Play.
10: E-Government System Design and Port Authorities: A Survey of Approaches and a Case Study Combining Internet and E-Learning Technologies.
11: An Evaluation Framework to Assess E-Government Systems.
12: Measuring Effectiveness of an E-Governance System: A Human-Centric Approach.
13: E-Voting System Usability: Lessons for Interface Design, User Studies, and Usability Criteria.
14: Case Studies on Human-Centered E-Government.
15: Designing Online Information Systems for Volunteer-Based Court Appointed Special Advocate Organizations: The Case of Florida Guardian ad Litem.
16: Social Media and Citizen Engagement: Two Cases from the Philippines.
17: Low Cost and Human-Centered Innovations in Healthcare Services: A Case of Excellence in Italy.
18: The Community Manager and Social Media Networks: The Case of Local Governments in Spain.
19: Kenya E-Participation Ecologies and the Theory of Games.
20: The Effect of Trust on the Continuance Intention of E-Filing Usage: A Review of Literatures.
21: E-Government and Public Service Delivery: A Survey of Egypt Citizens.
Compilation of References.
About the Contributors.