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Journal Issue
Volume 3 Issue 4 / Dec 2005  pp157‑240

Editor: Frank Bannister

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The Effectiveness of e‑Service in Local Government: A Case Study  pp157‑166

Mehdi Asgarkhani

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e‑Government and State Reform: Policy Dilemmas for Europe  pp167‑174

Manuel Baptista

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Factors Affecting the Successful Implementation of ICT Projects in Government  pp175‑184

David Gichoya

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e‑Government in Greece: Bridging the gap Between Need and Reality  pp185‑192

Panos Hahamis, Jennifer Iles, Mike Healy

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Abstract

Currently in Greece, the Operational Programme for the Information Society (OPIS) is promoting ICT in the public sector. However, a content study of Greek government websites reveals that at local level e‑Government has generally not progressed beyond the information presentation stage. The findings of an online survey of government employees and interviews with key government officials suggest reasons for this. Recommendations are made for facilitating the development and implementation of full interactive local e‑Government. 

 

Keywords: Information society, e-Government, EU, Greece, public sector, local government

 

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Stages of Growth in e‑Government: An Architectural Approach  pp193‑200

Marijn Janssen, Anne Fleur van Veenstra

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A Comparative Analysis of Product Classification in Public vs. Private e‑Procurement  pp201‑212

Joerg Leukel, Gregory Maniatopoulos

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e‑Administration, e‑Government, e‑Governance and the Learning City: A typology of Citizenship management using ICTs  pp213‑218

Hélène Michel

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e‑Government and Financial Transactions: Potential Versus Reality  pp219‑230

Bruce Rocheleau, Liangfu Wu

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Information‑and Communication Technology (ICT) and Local Power Relationships: An Impact Assessment  pp231‑240

Philipp Zimmermann, Matthias Finge

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