Electronic Government: Second International Conference, EGOV 2003, Prague, Czech Republic, September 1-5, 2003, Proceedings / Edition 1

Electronic Government: Second International Conference, EGOV 2003, Prague, Czech Republic, September 1-5, 2003, Proceedings / Edition 1

by Roland Traunmueller
     
 

ISBN-10: 3540408452

ISBN-13: 9783540408451

Pub. Date: 09/29/2003

Publisher: Springer Berlin Heidelberg

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference on Electronic Government, EGOV 2003, held in Prague, Czech Republic in September 2003.

The 76 revised papers presented together with 19 papers from a concurrent workshop on global relations and regional development were carefully refereed and selected from close to 100

Overview

This book constitutes the refereed proceedings of the Second International Conference on Electronic Government, EGOV 2003, held in Prague, Czech Republic in September 2003.

The 76 revised papers presented together with 19 papers from a concurrent workshop on global relations and regional development were carefully refereed and selected from close to 100 submissions. The papers are organized in topical sections on e-governance, e-democracy, change management, electronic service delivery, web services, models and methodology for e-government research, trust and security, knowledge management, geographical information systems, technical systems, and legal aspects.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9783540408451
Publisher:
Springer Berlin Heidelberg
Publication date:
09/29/2003
Series:
Lecture Notes in Computer Science Series , #2739
Edition description:
2003
Pages:
518
Product dimensions:
6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x 0.04(d)

Table of Contents

e-Government at a Decisive Moment: Sketching a Roadmap to Excellence.- e-Governance.- e-Society Accessibility: Identifying Research Gaps.- The New Citizen Society: Considerations and Measures for Developing e-Governance in China.- From e-Government to e-Governance: A Survey of the Federal and Cantonal e-Policies in Switzerland.- “How to Create Things with Words” Symbolic Power and MIS in the Health Care Sector.- Language and Technology Literacy Barriers to Accessing Government Services.- e-Democracy.- Evaluation of an e-democracy Platform for European Cities.- Internet NGOs: Legitimacy and Accountability.- Structuring Dialogue between the People and Their Representatives.- Local Democracy Shaping e-Democracy.- First Trials in Webocracy.- Interlegis: Virtual Network of Communication and Information That Enlarges Brazil’s Democracy and Citizenship.- How to Grow? Online Consultation about Growth in the City of Hamburg: Methods, Techniques, Success Factors.- Change Management.- Super Pilots, Subsidizing or Self-Organization: Stimulating e-government Initiatives in Dutch Local Governments.- Socio-technical Perspectives on e-Government Initiatives.- From Legacy to Modularity: A Roadmap Towards Modular Architectures Using Web Services Technology.- Process-Controlling – An Instrument to Support the Sustainability of Process Improvements.- Howto Hap Haring: Cross-Border Electronic Public Services in The Netherlands.- Affordances in e-government.- Enhancing e-Governance through Scenario Approaches.- Electronic Service Delivery.- e-Procurement Adoption: Theory and Practice.- Delivering e-Government Services to Citizens and Businesses: The Government Gateway Concept.- Conventional and Electronic Service Delivery within Public Authorities: The Issues and Lessons from the Private Sector.- Conceiving and Implementing Pan-european Integrated Public Services.- On the Evolution of e-Government: The User Imperative.- Usage of e-Government Services in European Regions.- Processes in e-Government Focus: A Procedure Model for Process Oriented Reorganisation in Public Administrations on the Local Level.- Consumer-SC: An e-Gov Portal for Consumers Rights Protection in Brazil.- Requirements for Using Agent-Based Automation in Distributed e-Government Applications.- The Role of Web Services in Digital Government.- A Modular Open-Source Architecture for ICT Services in the Public Administration.- Web Services.- A Methodological Approach for Defining One-Stop e-Government Service Offerings.- Supporting Voting Decisions: Two Municipal Referendum Websites.- Computer Supported Collaboration in the Public Sector: The ICTE-PAN Project.- e-Government in the European Commission.- Models and Methodology of e-Government Research.- Framing e-Gov: e=mc3.- Methodology for Analysing the Relationship between the Reorganisation of the Back Office and Better Electronic Public Services.- Six Actions to Initiate PPR.- Processes in e-Government – A Holistic Framework for Modelling Electronic Public Services.- Electronic Government: Make or Buy?.- Problematisation and Obfuscation in e-Government.- Trust and Security.- Deploying Electronic Democracy for Public Corporations.- e-Voting: Powerful Symbol of e-Democracy.- Secure e-Voting for Preferential Elections.- OSCI A Common Communications Standard for e-Government.- Trust in e-Government: Digital Signatures without Time Stamping?.- e-Signatures for Delivery in e-Government.- Security Aspects within e-Government.- Secure Online Internet Reservation of e-Government Service (ORGS) Using Java Card Applications Toolkit (J-CAT).- Co-operative Software Development for Secure Online Services – Experiences and Results within the MEDIA@Komm-Project of Nuremberg.- Privacy Enhancing Technologies: A Review.- Knowledge Management.- Semantic Web for e-Government.- Intelligent Agent-Based Expert Interactions in a Knowledge Management Portal.- Supporting the Management of Learning Resources for the French Local Government Training Network.- Models of Trust for Knowledge-Based Government Services.- Cooperating Strategies in e-Government.- A Knowledge Perspective on e-Democracy.- Process Reengineering on Base of Law – The New Austrian States Budgeting and Bookkeeping System.- Ontologies, Web Services, and Intelligent Agents: Ideas for Further Development of Life-Event Portals.- Geographical Information System (GIS).- Spatial Data Warehouse – A Prototype.- SINUP: Using GIS to Support E-Democracy.- An Interoperable GIS Solution for the Public Administration.- ISP (Information Strategy Planning) for 4S-Based Integration of Spatial Information Systems as Korean Nationwide Project.- Spatial Data Infrastructure and e-Government: A Case Study of the UK.- Technical Systems.- URN:Technology – A Building Block of the Swiss e-Government Platform.- Towards a Process Model for Efficient Advertised Bidding in the Field of Software Projects.- Interoperability Issues of Shared Infrastructures for e-Government.- Integration of e-Government and e-Commerce with Web Services.- Legal Aspects.- A Legal Framework for e-Government.- Legal Aspects of One-Stop Government: The Case of Applying for a Building Permission.- A Taxonomy of Legal Accountabilities in the UK e-Voting Pilots.- Anti-corruption Information Systems and e-Government in Transforming Countries. A Point of View.- e-Governance: Two Views on Legal Environment.- A Federative Approach to Laws Access by Citizens: The “Normeinrete” System.- Constitutional and Technical Requirements for Democracy over the Internet: e-Democracy.- An XML Editor for Legal Information Management.- Workshop: Global Relations and Regional Development.- Information Technology as an Enabler for Innovation in Government-to-Citizen Processes.- Life-Event Approach: Comparison between Countries.- For the Good of the Public – What Can We Do For You? Effective Partnering between Local Government and Business for Service Delivery.- Implementing e-Government in Spain.- Citizens and e-Government: An International Comparison of the Demand-Side of e-Government.- Ten Factors for Success for Local Community e-Government.- Cross-Cultural Factors in Global e-Government.- Experiences of Take-Up of e-Government in Europe.- The Development of Electronic Government: A Case Study of Thailand.- The Service to Businesses Project: Improving Government-to-Business Relationships in Italy.- It Takes More than Two... Developing a TANGO Arena for Regional Cooperation around e-Government.- Towards a Semantic E-Community.- Governing Internet in Korea: NEIS and Domain Names.- ICT in Belarus.- e-Governance in India: Models That Can Be Applied in Other Developing Countries.- Santa Catarina Information Technology Nucleus NECATI.- e-Government Requirement Elicitation.- e-Government : Assessment of GCC (Gulf Co-operating Council) Countries and Services Provided.- South African e-Government Policy and Practices: A Framework to Close the Gap.

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