Book Volume 7443 2012

Electronic Government

11th IFIP WG 8.5 International Conference, EGOV 2012, Kristiansand, Norway, September 3-6, 2012. Proceedings

ISBN: 978-3-642-33488-7 (Print) 978-3-642-33489-4 (Online)

Table of contents (23 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

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  2. Foundations

    1. Chapter

      Pages 1-12

      The Current State of Research on eGovernment in Developing Countries: A Literature Review

  3. Adoption and Diffiusion

    1. Chapter

      Pages 13-26

      The Influence of External Institutional Pressures on Local E-Government Adoption and Implementation: A Coercive Perspective within an Indonesian Local E-Government Context

    2. Chapter

      Pages 27-39

      On the Interaction of Source and Channel Choice in the Government-to-Business Context

  4. Open Government and Transformation

    1. Chapter

      Pages 40-53

      Building Understanding of Smart City Initiatives

    2. Chapter

      Pages 54-65

      The Need to Adjust Lean to the Public Sector

    3. Chapter

      Pages 66-77

      ‘Demand Driven Development of Public e-Services’

    4. Chapter

      Pages 78-89

      Improving PA Business Processes through Modeling, Analysis, and Reengineering

    5. Chapter

      Pages 90-101

      Issues and Guiding Principles for Opening Governmental Judicial Research Data

    6. Chapter

      Pages 102-113

      "5 Days in August" – How London Local Authorities Used Twitter during the 2011 Riots

  5. Infrastructure and Technology

    1. Chapter

      Pages 114-125

      Shared Services in Irish Local Government

    2. Chapter

      Pages 126-136

      Information Technology and the Efficiency of the Brazilian Judiciary System

    3. Chapter

      Pages 137-148

      The Tool That Has to Build Itself: The Case of Dutch Geo-Data

    4. Chapter

      Pages 149-161

      Cross-Border Legal Identity Management

    5. Chapter

      Pages 162-173

      Understanding Enterprise Architecture: Perceptions by the Finnish Public Sector

    6. Chapter

      Pages 174-186

      The Understanding of ICTs in Public Sector and Its Impact on Governance

  6. Evaluation

    1. Chapter

      Pages 187-197

      Investigating Outcomes of T-Government Using a Public Value Management Approach

    2. Chapter

      Pages 198-209

      E-government in Tanzania: Current Status and Future Challenges

    3. Chapter

      Pages 210-221

      A Model to Assess Open Government Data in Public Agencies

    4. Chapter

      Pages 222-233

      Comparing Private and Public Sector on Information Systems Development and Maintenance Efficiency

    5. Chapter

      Pages 234-245

      Analysis of the Methodologies for Evaluation of E-Government Policies

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