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Handbook of research on public information technology
Yayın Bilgileri:
Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), c2008.
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electronic texts (2 v. (924, 19, 5 p.) : ill.) : digital files.
Vol. 1. Section 1. E-Government and E-Commerce -- 1. Key Issues in E-Government and Public Administration -- 2. Government Web Sites as Public Forums -- 3. Limitations of Evolutionary Approaches to E-Government -- 4. Issues and Trends in Internet-Based Citizen Participation -- 5. Public Sector Participation in Open Communities -- 6. Community Informatics -- 7. Public Wireless Internet -- 8. The Current State and Future of E-Participation Research -- 9. Blogging -- 10. E-Government and SMEs -- 11. EU E-Business and Innovation Policies for SMEs -- 12. Exploitation of Public Sector Information in Europe -- 13. Information Technology Among U.S. Local Governments -- 14. Public Sector Human Resources Information Systems -- 15. Digital Libraries -- 16. An Exploratory Study of the E-Government Services in Greece -- 17. e-Government's Barriers and Opportunities in Greece -- 18. E-Lections in New Zealand Local Government -- 19. E-Census 2006 in New Zealand -- 20. Security Challenges in Distributed Web Based Transactions: An Overview on the Italian Employment Information System -- 21. Interactive Personalized Catalogue for M-Commerce -- 22. Trust Based E-Commerce Decisions -- 23. Using Partial Least Squares in Digital Government Research --

Section 2. Privacy, Access, Ethics, and Theory -- 24. Privacy Issues in Public Web Sites -- 25. A Framework for Accessible and Usable Web Applications -- 26. Intelligent User-Centric Access to Public Information -- 27. Open Access to Scholarly Publications and Public Policies -- 28. The Digital Divide and Social Equity -- 29. Africa and the Challenges of Bridging the Digital Divide -- 30. Research Ethics in E-Public Administration -- 31. Medical Ethical and Policy Issues Arising from RIA -- 32. Social Capital and the Gendering of Differential IT Use -- 33. Technology Diffusion in Public Administration -- 34. Institutional Theory and E-Government Research -- 35. Structuration Theory and Government IT --

Section 3. Security and Protection -- 36. Intelligence and Security Informatics -- 37. Practical Measures for Securing Government Networks -- 38. Digital Convergence and Cybersecurity Policy -- 39. Bioterrorism Response and IT Strategies -- 40. Federal Public-Key Infrastructure -- 41. Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) Technology -- 42. Roaming-Agent Protection for E-Commerce -- 43. Integrity Protection of Mobile Agent Data --

Vol. 2. 44. The Role of Data Mining in Intrusion Detection Technology --

Section 4. System Design and Data Processing -- 45. System Dynamics to Understand Public Information Technology -- 46. Government Innovation Through Knowledge Management -- 47. A Framework for Knowledge Management in E-Government -- 48. Web Application Classification: A Maintenance/Evolution Perspective -- 49. Web Services and Service-Oriented Architectures -- 50. The Strategic Determinants of Shared Services -- 51. Data Mining in Public Administration -- 52. Categorization of Data Clustering Techniques -- 53. Statistical Dissemination Systems and the Web -- 54. Text Mining -- 55. Statistical Data and Metadata Quality Assessment -- 56. Probability Association Approach in Automatic Image Annotation -- 57. Online Analytical Processing and Data-Cube Technologies --

Section 5. Project Management and IT Evaluation -- 58. Managing People and Information in Complex Organizations -- 59. Human-Factors Design for Public Information Technology -- 60. An Overview of IT Outsourcing in Public Sector Agencies -- 61. E-Health, Local Governance, and Public-Private Partnering in Ontario -- 62. Implementing a Sound Public Information Security Program -- 63. Evaluation of E-Government Web Sites -- 64. IT Evaluation Issues in Australian Public-Sector Organizations -- 65. Performance and Accountability in E-Budgeting Projects -- 66. A Model for Reengineering IT Job Classes in State Government --

Section 6. Selected Readings -- 67. Developing a Generic Framework for E-Government -- 68. A Web Query System for Heterogeneous Government Data -- 69. Digital Government Worldwide: An E-Government Assessment of Municipal Web Sites -- 70. User Help and Service Navigation Features in Government Web Sites -- 71. An Empirical Study on the Migration to OpenOffice.org in a Public Administration -- 72. Organisational Challenges of Implementing E-Business in the Public Services: The Case of Britain's National Mapping Agency -- 73. Public Administrators' Acceptance of the Practice of Digital Democracy: A Model Explaining the Utilization of Online Policy Forums in South Korea -- 74. E-Mexico: Collaborative Structures in Mexican Public Administration -- 75. The Impact of the Internet on Political Activism: Evidence from Europe -- 76. Adoption and Implementation of IT in Developing Nations: Experiences from Two Public Sector Enterprises in India.
"This book compiles estimable research on the global trend toward the rapidly increasing use of information technology in the public sector, discussing such issues as e-government and e-commerce; project management and information technology evaluation; system design and data processing; security and protection; and privacy, access, and ethics of public information technology"--Provided by publisher.
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The use of information technology in the public sector has been an increasingly prominent international trend. Withthis rapid expansion comes many issues, challenges, and concerns relating to the application of public informationtechnology.The Handbook of Research of Public Information Technology compiles 76 authoritative contributions from 120of the world's leading experts on the global trend toward the rapidly increasing use of information technology in thepublic sector. Discussing such issues as e-government and e-commerce; project management and information technologyevaluation; system design and data processing; security and protection; and privacy, access, and ethics of publicinformation technology, the Handbook of Research of Public Information Technology is a must-have for all academic,research, and public administration libraries.