Practicing E-Government: A Global Perspective: Table of Contents.
1: E-Government as Collaborative Governance: Structural, Accountability and Cultural Reform.
2: Performance Measurement and Evaluation of E-Government and E-Governance Programmes and Initiatives.
3: E-Government and E-Governance: Organizational Implications, Options, and Dilemmas.
4: Confidence in E-Government: The Outlook for a Legal Framework for Personal Data and Privacy.
5: E-Government and Organizational Change.
6: Transformed Government: Case Studies on the Impact of E-Government in Public Administration.
7: Measuring E-Government in Italy.
8: The E-mancipation of the Citizen and the Future of E-Government: Reflections on ICT and Citizens' Partnership.
9: Measuring and Evaluating E-Government: Building Blocks and Recommendations for a Standardized Measuring Tool.
10: Drop the “e”: Marketing E-Government to a Skeptical Public and Web-Weary Decision Makers.
11: E-Government: Trick or Treat?.
12: Realigning Governance: From E-Government to E-Democracy.
13: Paradigm and Practice: The Innovative Organization to Deal with E-Government.
14: Skills for Electronic Service Delivery in Public Agencies.
15: Identifying Effective Funding Models for E-Government.
16: E-Government and Private-Public Partnerships: Relational Challenges and Strategic Directions.
17: What Skills Are Needed in an E-World: E-Government Skills and Training Programs for the Public Sector.
18: Citizen Participation in Public Administration: The Impact of Citizen Oriented Public Services on Government and Citizens.
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