By William J. Mclver Jr., Ahmed K. Elmagarmid (auth.), William J. McIver Jr., Ahmed K. Elmagarmid (eds.)
Advances In electronic Government offers a set of in-depth articles that addresses a consultant cross-section of the matrix of concerns considering imposing electronic executive platforms. those articles represent a survey of either the technical and coverage dimensions relating to the layout, making plans and deployment of electronic govt structures. The study and improvement initiatives in the technical measurement characterize quite a lot of governmental services, together with the provisioning of future health and human companies, administration of strength details, multi-agency integration, and legal justice purposes. The technical matters handled in those initiatives contain database and ontology integration, dispensed architectures, scalability, and protection and privateness. The human elements examine emphasizes compliance with entry criteria for the disabled and the coverage articles include either conceptual versions for constructing electronic govt platforms in addition to genuine administration reviews and leads to deploying them.
Advances In electronic Government offers electronic executive concerns from the views of alternative groups and societies. This geographic and social variety illuminates a special array of coverage and social views, exposing practitioners to new and worthy methods of considering electronic government.
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4). Some laws require citizens to bear some of the costs in meeting a request for publication. These requirements usually come into play when the information being sought exists only on paper or some other physical medium. e. duplicating) documents may be greatly reduced in a digitized government relative to paper-based administrations. Long-term costs will likely be incurred, however, by the special challenges of preserving digital information (see Task Force on Archiving of Digital Information 1996).
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