ResearchBib Share Your Research, Maximize Your Social Impacts
Sign for Notice Everyday Sign up >> Login

EG-ISDC 2011 - EG-ISDC 2011 : e-Government: Implementation Strategies for Developing Countries



VenueLjubljani, Slovenia Slovenia



Topics/Call fo Papers

Conference Chair: Prof. Maja Klun, PhD., Faculty of Administration, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Programme Co-Chair: Mitja Decman, PhD., Faculty of Administration, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
Programme Co-Chair: Tina Jukić, Faculty of Administration, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
CALL FOR PAPERS, Case Studies, Work in Progress/Posters, PhD Research, Round Table Proposals, non-academic Contributions and Product Demonstrations
Mini Track:
Assessing the Impact of e-Government Solutions ? Planning and Theory versus Reality of Post Implementation
Track Chair:
Mehdi Asgarkhani, Christchurch Polytechnic Institute of Technology, New Zealand
For a number of years different governments (the public sector) have developed strategies for adopting e-Government solutions. There has been much discussion on public sector reform and improved service through the use of e-Government. However, there is little evidence of review and assessment of e-Government projects ? in order to determine the real impact and whether or not the vision, goals and objectives were actually eventuated. This is more evident in developing and underdeveloped countries. Even though the rationale, strategies for reform and plans for implementation of solutions look well presented, the outcome and what has been achieved following implementation of solutions may be different from what was planned. There seems to be little post implementation review and reflection.
This track looks at research work and case studies that reflect on reality of post implementation of e-Government solutions ? including gap analysis of what was planned and what was the real outcome.
A broad and indicative list of topics and themes is listed below that we hope might be included in submissions from academics and practitioners; this is not an exclusive list but rather a guide to some of the main directions
of interest:

Last modified: 2010-10-22 14:10:51