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Volume 15 Issue 1 / Feb 2017  pp1‑56

Editor: Mitja Dečman, Tina Jukić

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Editorial for EJEG Volume 15 Issue 1 l  pp1‑1

Mitja Dečman, Tina Jukić

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The Use of Social Networking Sites in Public Administration: The Case of Slovenia  pp2‑18

Tina Jukić, Manca Merlak

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A Roadmap for Analytics in Taxpayer Supervision  pp19‑32

Mark Pijnenburg, Wojtek Kowalczyk, Lisette van der Hel-van Dijk

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Conceptual Diagram Development for Sustainable e‑Government Implementation  pp33‑43

Maryam M. Khamis, Theo P. van der Weide

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Abstract

E‑government implementation has received extra attention as a new way to increase the development of a country. International organizations such as the ITU and the United Nations provide strategic guidance to overcome the challenges of ICT use. Yet, the development of ICT use in developing countries is still very low. Researchers are contributing to support successful implementation with models and theories that conceptualize the complex situation. This paper extends the DPSIR‑based e‑government conceptual framework into the direction of implementation strategies. The main focus is on improving stakeholder involvement during requirements engineering. Object Role Modeling (ORM) was used (1) to develop a semi‑natural language (controlled language) that is understandable both for domain stakeholders and system analysts and (2) to make a common description of the application domain in this language. The proposed model can be used to construct quantitative simulation tools to be used by policy makers. 

 

Keywords: Conceptual data modeling, Object Role Modeling, Manual service, Digital Service, DPSIR, Zanzibar

 

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Determinants of Business‑to‑Government Information Sharing Arrangements  pp44‑56

Dhata Praditya, Marijn Janssen, Reni Sulastri

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