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Journal Article

Legal Requirements and Modelling of Processes in e‑Government  pp139-148

Paul Alpar, Sebastian Olbrich

© Dec 2005 Volume 3 Issue 3, Editor: Frank Bannister, pp99 - 156

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Abstract

In most cases, it is not possible to transfer e‑Business solutions and development approaches directly to the public administration. This is partly due to the legal framework that governs public administration. Therefore, the introduction of e‑Government has been much slower than one would expect based on existing technology. This paper shows the importance of including the legal framework in modeling efforts for e‑Government and how to accomplish this task. The approach is demonstrated using the example of the German Federal Insurance Institute for Salaried Employees, the "Bundesversicherungs‑anstalt für Angestellte".

 

Keywords: e -Government, public process modeling, administrative workflows, legal constraints

 

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Journal Issue

Volume 3 Issue 3 / Nov 2005  pp99‑156

Editor: Frank Bannister

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Keywords: electronic journal, papers, articles, eGovernment, electronic government, eGovernment methods, eGovernment studies, e-Government, Accessibility guidelines, Administration, Administrative workflows, Benchmarking, Citizen interaction, Country case study, Diffusion, Digital divide, e-Government, e-Procurement, Institutions, Internet access, Inter-organizational systems, Legal constraints, Measuring e-Government, Municipalities, Mutual aid, Non-conforming case, Policy, Public process modeling, Public sector, Slovenia, Tools, Web style guide, Web testing and evaluation and assistive technology

 

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Journal Issue

Volume 3 Issue 4 / Dec 2005  pp157‑240

Editor: Frank Bannister

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Keywords: electronic journal, papers, articles, eGovernment, electronic government, eGovernment methods, eGovernment studies, e-Government, Accessibility guidelines, Administration, Administrative workflows, Benchmarking, Citizen interaction, Country case study, Diffusion, Digital divide, e-Government, e-Procurement, Institutions, Internet access, Inter-organizational systems, Legal constraints, Measuring e-Government, Municipalities, Mutual aid, Non-conforming case, Policy, Public process modeling, Public sector, Slovenia, Tools, Web style guide, Web testing and evaluation and assistive technology

 

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