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How to Evaluate E-Government? Different Methodologies and Methods

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by Secretariat on FEBRUARY 9, 2011 in REFERENCES




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titleHow to Evaluate E-Government? Different Methodologies and Methods
authorsMarcin Sakowicz
languageEnglish
keywordsE-Government, Methodologies, Methods
citationHow to Evaluate E-Government? Different Methodologies and Methods, Marcin Sakowicz, 2002
published2002
since01/12/2006
descriptionThe driving objective of this paper is to identify different approaches to measure the development of egovernment and propose some indicators appropriate for countries of Central and Eastern Europe. The first question taken into consideration is how e-government should be understood. The second area of examination focuses on e-government evaluation methods adopted in leading information technology advanced countries like USA and European Union. My argument is that in many cases our perceiving of e-government is limited or simplified and thus it is evaluated improperly. The third vital issue to ponder on is whether should we apply the same criteria of evaluation in post-socialistic countries or employ another ones.
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institutionWarsaw School of Economic, Department of Public Administration.
type
linkhttp://unpan1.un.org/intradoc/groups/public/documents/NISPAcee/UNPAN009486.pdf