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Title Digital government : e-government research, case studies, implementation / edited by Hsinchun Chen ... [and others]
Published New York, NY : Springer, [2008]


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Description lvii, 730 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Series Integrated series in information series ; 17
Integrated series in information series ; 17
Contents Unit I. Foundations of digital government and public policy. Ch. 1. Foundations of digital government -- Ch. 2. Discipline or interdisciplinary study domain? Challenges and promises in electronic government research-- Ch. 3. An outline for the foundations of digital government research -- Ch. 4. Lost in competition? The state of the art in e-government research -- Ch. 5. e-democracy and e-participation research in Europe -- Ch. 6. Introduction to digital government research in public policy and management -- Ch. 7. Privacy in an electronic government context -- Ch. 8. Accessibility of federal electronic government -- Ch. 9. The current state of electronic voting in the United States -- Ch. 10. e-enabling the mobile legislator -- Unit II. Information technology research. Ch. 11. History of digital government research in the United States -- Ch. 12. Data and knowledge integration for e-government -- Ch. 13. Ontologies in the legal domain -- Ch. 14. Public safety information sharing : an ontological perspective -- Ch. 15. Collaborative cyberinfrastructure for transnational digital government -- Ch. 16. Semantics-based threat structure mining for homeland security -- Ch. 17. Identity management for e-government services -- Ch. 18. Feature integration for geospatial information : a review and outlook -- Ch. 19. Geoinformatics of hotspot detection and prioritization for digital governance -- Ch. 20. Geoinformation technologies to support collaborative emergency management -- Ch. 21. Sustainable cross-boundary information sharing -- Ch. 22. UrbanSim : using simulation to inform public deliberation and decision-making
Unit III. Case studies. Ch. 23. Taking best practice forward -- Ch. 24. e-petitioning in the Scottish parliament -- Ch. 25. Citizen access to government statistical information -- Ch. 26. Infectious disease informatics and syndromic surveillance -- Ch. 28. Business-technology alignments in e-government : a large-scale Taiwan government electronic record management systems study -- Ch. 29. Research and development of key technologies for e-government : case studies in China -- Ch. 30. New Zealand's 2006 census online : a case study -- Ch. 31. Multidisciplinary e-government research and education as a catalyst for effective information technology transfer -- Ch. 32. A hybrid e-government model : case studies in Shanghai
Notes "ISIS 17" -- Back cover
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Internet in public administration.
Electronic government information.
Electronic public records.
Author Chen, Hsinchun.
ISBN 9780387716107