Table Of Contents - Special Issue: E‐government
To provide the framework for digital government in its e‐government and e‐democracy aspects.
This paper aims to present a conceptual framework for selecting and developing e‐government applications as part of an overall coherent strategy of e‐government service…
The purpose of the study is to examine how information technology, strategic planning processes, and people interact in an emerging e‐government environment.
This research seeks to explore the potential of ontologies for reorganizing e‐document management in public administration with the aim of supporting administration in…
The paper proposes a conceptual framework of the stages of electronic government that describes and integrates the unique relationship between the government and its…
To provide guidelines in the form of a procedural model for e‐government‐indicated business process reengineering (BPR) projects in public administrations.
To investigate the role of business process redesign (BPR) in creating citizen‐centred e‐government.
To examine the progress local governments in Victoria. Australia have made utilizing the internet to deliver traditional services, and examine models that attempt to…
In order to understand the range of e‐government initiatives that occur in practice, this study aims to explore diverse applications that have involved one locale, the…
Integrated service delivery: Exploratory case studies of enterprise portal adoption in UK local governmentElizabeth Daniel, John Ward
The purpose of this paper is to introduce enterprise portals and show their ability to provide integrated services in the local government domain.
Renamed from:Business Process Re-engineering & Management Journal
Online date, start – end:1997
Copyright Holder:Emerald Publishing Limited
- Professor Majed Al-Mashari