Book Volume 7452 2012

Advancing Democracy, Government and Governance

Joint International Conference on Electronic Government and the Information Systems Perspective, and Electronic Democracy, EGOVIS/EDEM 2012, Vienna, Austria, September 3-6, 2012. Proceedings

ISBN: 978-3-642-32700-1 (Print) 978-3-642-32701-8 (Online)

Table of contents (24 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Invited Talks

    1. Chapter

      Pages 1-9

      Knowledge Management in Government: New Perspectives

    2. Chapter

      Pages 10-18

      eParticipation – Did We Deliver What We Promised?

  3. eGovernment Country Studies

    1. Chapter

      Pages 19-28

      Factors Affecting the Development of e-Government in Saudi Arabia

    2. Chapter

      Pages 29-43

      The Framework for Monitoring the Development Process and Inspection of Government Information System and Technology: A Case Study in Thailand

    3. Chapter

      Pages 44-51

      Online Tender Evaluation: VietNam Government e-Procurement System

  4. eGovernment Processes

    1. Chapter

      Pages 52-66

      Composable Modeling and Execution of Administrative Procedures

    2. Chapter

      Pages 67-78

      A Design Framework for Collaboration in Systems of Systems

    3. Chapter

      Pages 79-87

      A Study of Factors Influencing e-Government Service Acceptance Intention: A Multiple Perspective Approach

  5. Identity Management in eGovernment

    1. Chapter

      Pages 88-102

      Towards User-Friendly e-Government Solutions: Usability Evaluation of Austrian Smart-Card Integration Techniques

    2. Chapter

      Pages 103-111

      Unique Identity Enabled Service Delivery through NSDG

    3. Chapter

      Pages 112-124

      FedCohesion: Federated Identity Management in the Marche Region

  6. eGovernment: Process Management

    1. Chapter

      Pages 125-139

      Livelock and Deadlock Detection for PA Inter-organizational Business Processes

    2. Chapter

      Pages 140-154

      A Service-Oriented Integration Platform to Support a Joined-Up E-Government Approach: The Uruguayan Experience

    3. Chapter

      Pages 155-169

      Modeling Administrative Procedures to Improve Information to the Public

  7. eParticipation

    1. Chapter

      Pages 170-177

      The Co-Creation Machine: Managing Co-Creative Processes for the Crowd

    2. Chapter

      Pages 178-190

      A Worked Proposal on eParticipation for State Wide Elections

    3. Chapter

      Pages 191-201

      Test Implementation of the “Guarantor” Internet Voting System: Design Principles, Operation, and Approbation

    4. Chapter

      Pages 202-215

      EBEST Platform Supporting SMEs to Manage Supply Chain and Collaborate

  8. Social Networks

    1. Chapter

      Pages 216-230

      Using Social Network Technology to Provide e-Administration Services as Collaborative Tasks

    2. Chapter

      Pages 231-241

      Do Different Types of SNS Have Different Impacts on Participatory Social Capital?

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