2011

Practical Studies in E-Government

Best Practices from Around the World

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-7532-4 (Print) 978-1-4419-7533-1 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-x

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    Pages 1-12

    Back to Practice, a Decade of Research in E-Government

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    Pages 13-27

    E-Procurement, from Project to Practice: Empirical Evidence from the French Public Sector

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    Pages 29-47

    Implementation of E-Government in Mexico: The Case of Infonavit

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    Pages 49-70

    The Casualty Assistance Readiness Enhancement System: A Case Study in Rapid Prototyping and Design for Flexibility

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    Pages 71-92

    An Overview of Some Electronic Identification Use Cases in Europe

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    Pages 93-112

    Privacy and Personal Information Held by Government: A Comparative Study, Japan and New Zealand

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    Pages 113-130

    Strategic Issues Relating to Data Quality for E-Government: Learning from an Approach Adopted in Belgium

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    Pages 131-147

    Long-Term Verifiability of Remote Electronic Elections

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    Pages 149-166

    Law-Based Ontology for E-Government Services Construction – Case Study: The Specification of Services in Relationship with the Venture Creation in Switzerland

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    Pages 167-185

    Architectural Principles for Orchestration of Cross-Organizational Service Delivery: Case Studies from the Netherlands

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    Pages 187-203

    Achieving Interoperability Through Base Registries for Governmental Services and Document Management

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    Pages 205-228

    Envisioning Advanced User Interfaces for E-Government Applications: A Case Study

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    Pages 229-248

    Practices to Develop Spatial Data Infrastructures: Exploring the Contribution to E-Government

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 249-251