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Journal Issue
Volume 1 Issue 1 / Mar 2003  pp1‑62

Editor: Frank Bannister

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Developing a voluntary emergency health record for children in Ontario: a significant step towards a lifetime health record  pp1‑7

Andrew Szende

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Transformation by Design: An Innovative Approach to Implementation of e‑Government  pp8‑13

Dan Swedberg, Judith Douglas

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Abstract

A new approach is emerging for implementing e‑Government. That approach draws on lessons learned by both “dot.coms” and brick‑and‑mortar (government and commercial) institutions in addressing challenges of the Digital Economy to enable “transformation by design”. “Transformation by design” marries a step‑by‑step approach to changing existing business infrastructure with innovation to accelerate progression toward transformation in the Digital Economy. In doing so, it addresses the competing requirements facing government institutions for simultaneous incremental and radical change posed by e‑Government implementation. 

 

Keywords: transformation, incrementalism, digital economy

 

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Bringing Confidence to Electronic Voting  pp14‑21

Andreu Riera, Paul Brown

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Transformational aspects of e‑Government in Ireland: Issues to be addressed  pp22‑30

Orla O'Donnell, Richard Boyle, Virpi Timonen

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The potential contribution of ICTs to the political process  pp31‑39

Briony J Oates

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Implementing e‑Government: widening the lens  pp40‑51

Bill Martin, John Byrne

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From e‑Government to e‑Governance? Towards a model of e‑Governance  pp52‑62

Matthias Finger, Gaelle Pecoud

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