Handbook of research on public information technology için kapak resmi
Başlık:
Handbook of research on public information technology
ISBNp:
9781599048581 (e-book) 1599048582 (e-book)
Dil:
English
Standart Tanımlama:
10.4018/978-1-59904-857-4
Yayın Bilgileri:
Hershey, Pa. : IGI Global (701 E. Chocolate Avenue, Hershey, Pennsylvania, 17033, USA), c2008.
Fiziksel Tanımlama:
electronic texts (2 v. (924, 19, 5 p.) : ill.) : digital files.
İçerik:
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.
Özet:
"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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