Transformational Government Through EGov Practice

Transformational Government Through EGov Practice

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The progression of information and communication technology (ICT) eGovernment systems has substantial implications for the future of government as we know it. eGov presents major challenges and advantages for policy makers as fundamentally different nations are adopting ICT in public administration reforms in order to capitalize on the benefits of transformational government or electronic government technology. This book investigates the modern political, technological, economic, social, and cultural issues of transformational government. It discusses in detail how interaction through advancing technology such as e-participation, mobile government, social media, web 2.0, and cloud computing has been successfully incorporated into eGov practice. International in scope this book gives practical examples and case studies of eGov implementation in countries across the globe and is the essential reference text for this important topic.In H. AlShihi (Ed.), Critical factors in the adoption and diffusion of E-government initiatives in Oman. ... Public Works Government Services Canada (PWGSC). ... Retrieved from http://$/StowersReport0802.pdf.

Title:Transformational Government Through EGov Practice
Author: Mahmud Akhter Shareef, Norm Archer, Yogesh K. Dwivedi
Publisher:Emerald Group Publishing - 2012

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