Electronic Government Strategies and Implementation, 1st Edition

  • Wayne Huang
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  • ISBN-10: 1591403502
  • ISBN-13: 9781591403500
  • DDC: 352.3
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 455 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2011 | Published/Released October 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2011

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Digital government is a new frontier of the development of electronic commerce. ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT STRATEGIES AND IMPLEMENTATION is a timely piece to address the issues involved in strategically implementing digital government, covering the various aspects of digital government strategic issues and implementations from the perspectives of both developed and developing countries. This book combines e-government implementation experiences from both developed and developing countries, and is useful to researchers and practitioners in the area as well as instructors teaching courses related to digital government and/or electronic commerce.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Electronic Government Strategies and Implementations: Table of Contents.
1: E-Government Strategies, Concepts, and Issues.
2: The Paradigm of E-Commerce in E-Government and E-Democracy.
3: Implementing and Assessing Transparency in Digital Government: Some Issues in Project Management.
4: The Dimensions of Business Process Change in Electronic Government.
5: A Strategic Framework for a G2G E-Government Excellence Center.
6: Access Control Model for Webservices E-Government Infrastructure.
7: Online One-Stop Government: A Single Point of Access to Public Services.
8: Privacy and Trust in E-Government.
9: E-Government Implementations and Practices.
10: A Comparative Study of Strategic Issues of Digital Government Implementations between Developed and Developing Countries.
11: Effectiveness of E-Government Online Services in Australia.
12: Implementing Digital Government in the Finnish Parliament.
13: Participants' Expectations and the Success of Knowledge Networking in the Public Sector.
14: Shanghai's E-Government: Implementation Strategies and a Case Study.
15: E-Government: Implementation Policies and Best Practices from Singapore.
16: Towards an E-Government Solution: A South African Perspective.
17: Building the Network State.
18: Semiotic Analysis of E-Policing Strategies in the United Kingdom.
19: Digital Government Development Strategies: Lessons for Policy Makers from a Comparative Perspective.
20: E-Government Applications and User Acceptance in Taiwan.
About the Authors.