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An Exploratory Evaluation of UK Local e‑Government From an Accountability Perspective  pp13-28

Dave Griffin, Eddie Halpin

© Jul 2005 Volume 3 Issue 1, Editor: Frank Bannister, pp1 - 58

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Abstract

This paper provides an initial exploration of the relationship between electronic service delivery and public accountability. Specifically, it investigates public accountability for the implementation of electronic local government. Based on empirical research with council officers and elected members, it proposes a initial evaluation framework for local e‑Government accountability. It examines the practice of e‑Government accountability using this framework.

 

Keywords: e-Government, evaluation, public accountability, local government, scrutiny

 

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