Integration of e-Government and e-Commerce with Web Services
E-Commerce and E-Government applications are traditionally seperatly developed and come from different backgrounds. As the applications become more and more sophisticated and citizen-centric, the need for communication and integration between those two paradigms arises. Web services, as the emerging standard for the implementation of distributed applications, support this on both a technological and a process level.
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