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Journal Issue
Volume 12 Issue 1 / Nov 2014  pp1‑125

Editor: Frank Bannister

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The Adoption of the Traffic Violation E‑payment System (TVEPS) of Kuwait  pp1‑19

A Omar E M. Khalil, Alaa Al„Nasrallah

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Electronic Tax Filing in the United States: An Analysis of Possible Success factors  pp20‑36

Sonja E. Pippin, Mehmet S. Tosun

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Public Transactional e‑Services through Government Web Sites in Kyrgyzstan  pp37‑51

Ulan Brimkulov, Kasym Baryktabasov

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E‑government Use and Citizen Empowerment: Examining the Effects Of Online Information On Political Efficacy  pp52‑64

Chungpin Lee, Tong-yi Huang

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The Accessibility of Moroccan Public Websites: Evaluation of Three e‑Government Websites  pp65‑79

Ibtissam Bousarhane, Najima Daoudi

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Public Participation and Ethical Issues on E‑governance: A Study Perspective in Nepal  pp80‑94

Gajendra Sharma, Xi Bao, Li Peng

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Abstract

Abstract: E‑governance is a way for governments to use the most innovative information and communication technologies (ICTs), to provide public and businesses with convenient access to government information and services, to improve the quality of the s ervices and to provide greater opportunities to participate in government activities. E‑government offers a huge movement to move forward with higher quality, cost‑effective, government services and a better relationship between people and government. Thi s paper investigates how public participant in e‑government can be enhanced in Nepal with ethical implementation of e‑government. A case study from e‑government context in Nepal was taken to study public participation, service delivery, challenges and eth ical issues. A policy network theory was applied on e‑governance policy‑making processes in the perspective of Nepal. The finding of the study was focused on good governance which includes issues of efficiency of service delivery, empowerment of citizens, transparency, and accountability. If applied effectively in developing countries like Nepal, e‑ government strategy can advance productivity in the public sector. The e‑government ethics may cover the rights and duties of bodies involved in the developme nt of information systems for public administration. 

 

Keywords: Keywords: E-governance, public participation, e-participation, ethics, public service delivery

 

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Designing Public Service Process Models for Understandability  pp95‑111

Priscila Engiel, Renata Araujo, Claudia Cappelli

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Multi‑Channel Service Management in Public Sector … Three Interpretative Frames Illustrating E‑government and Work Practice in a Swedish State Agency  pp112‑125

Katarina Giritli Nygren, Karin Axelsson, Ulf Melin

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