European conference on e-Government Trinity College Dublin, 27-28 September 2001 by European Conference on E-government (1st 2001 Dublin)

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Other titlesSecond European conference on e-Government.
Statementproceedings edited by Dan Remenyi and Frank Bannister.
ContributionsRemenyi, Dan., Bannister, Frank., Management Centre International Ltd.
The Physical Object
Paginationvii,504p. :
Number of Pages504
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Open LibraryOL20201908M
ISBN 100954048814

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As such these proceeds will provide a valuable contribution to researchers and practitioners interested in e-Government activity. These proceedings represent the work of researchers participating in the 15th European Conference on e-Government - ECEG which is being hosted this year by The University of Portsmouth, UK on the June He was involved in the identification, analysis and description of good practice cases in the European Commissions’ Study on Back-office Reorganization and the MODINIS Study on Interoperability in E-Government at the Local and Regional Level, as well as a European Commission transfer project concerned with interoperability in public procurement.

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Developing a framework for assessing adaptability of citizen-focused e-Government initiatives in developing countries: The Case of Tanzania; Exploratory Phase Results Yonazi, J., Boonstra, A.

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Book chapter; e-Government in Greece: opportunities for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of local government. Hahamis, P., Iles, J. and Healy, M. e-Government in Greece: opportunities for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of local government.

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