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Showing papers in "Government Information Quarterly in 2008"


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TL;DR: This study provides the first empirical test of an adaptation of DeLone and McLean's IS success model in the context of G2C eGovernment in Taiwan and provides several important implications for eGovernment research and practice.

739 citations


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TL;DR: This sample provides the starting point for a grounded analysis leading to the development of an overview model: the field of eParticipation seen from a researcher's perspective, which provides structure for understanding the emerging shape of the field as well as an initial indication of its content.

574 citations


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TL;DR: An attempt is made to explain the descriptive data of a large-scale representative survey of the use of government Internet services by the Dutch population in 2006 by means of a multidisciplinary model of technology acceptance and use that is applied to these services.

231 citations


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TL;DR: An alternative multichannel management strategy that takes both the citizen’s and the government's perspective into account is proposed, based on differences in channel types and channel modes via which governments and citizens interact.

224 citations


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TL;DR: A three-dimensional framework for the assessment of eGovernment initiatives is examined, which identifies the value of the eGovernment project post-implementation and three dimensions are eGovernment maturity level, stakeholders, and assessment levels.

200 citations


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TL;DR: To develop citizen-oriented E-Government services that achieve cost savings implies that governments know what citizens want from E- government, and if they do not know, governments are actively seeking to discover what citizenswant fromE-Government.

155 citations


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TL;DR: The objective of this paper is to present a framework for identifying appropriate and cost-effective mGovernment services for the agricultural sector and to illustrate the application of the proposed framework, describing a case study for a particular agribusiness sector.

133 citations


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TL;DR: A taxonomy for analyzing Web-based business models for e-government is developed and compliments research on Web site quality by analyzing and describing Web sites using atomic e- government business models and suggesting improvements by using combinations of business models.

128 citations


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TL;DR: It is concluded that e-government in South Africa should adopt multi-cultural approaches, and must be underpinned by national development priorities, and recommend that the Cape Gateway must address the socio-economic context and needs of the country.

122 citations


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TL;DR: Drawing on three case studies of central government agencies in Italy, Scotland, and Western Australia, new intellectual perspectives and methodological heuristics are suggested that may assist researchers and practitioners analytical efforts in examining sociotechnical change.

107 citations


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TL;DR: This paper suggests that the e-Government Implementation Framework can either be used as a descriptive tool to organize and coordinate various e-government initiatives, or be use as a prescriptive structure to plan and strategize e- government implementation.

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TL;DR: This paper provides an organizing framework that maps the core values (goals) of e-government to two fundamental factors; namely, the degree ofe-government readiness and the level of democratization.

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TL;DR: It is concluded that integration of the Internet, phones, and call centers can enable governments to deliver e-government to every citizen of a nation.

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TL;DR: The changing digital environment in Canada and the need for adaptive, flexible policies addressing national connectivity issues and, in particular, broadband Internet availability are underscores.

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TL;DR: The experience of reconciling the strategic information system (IS) management with the radical transition of the Information Technology (IT) infrastructure in Taiwan's Bureau of Foreign Trade (BOFT) between 1998 and 2003 is explored.

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TL;DR: Taking the Indian Police Administration as its domain, this paper demonstrates how performance assessment can be so conceived as to help capture the impact of eGovernment in regard to implications for governance in the given domain.

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TL;DR: The findings highlight Muslims' malaise in a post 9/11 environment; the deep mistrust they hold vis-a-vis the media; the importance they give to media and information literacy skills for all; as well as a call for increased introspection inside the Muslim community(ies).

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TL;DR: Each one of its five chapters concentrates on a particular issue, usually presented through a high profile case relating to a U.S. government official (Nixon, Kissinger, Cheney), which is suitable for any curious adult and probably of most interest to graduate students.

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TL;DR: A heuristic frame was developed to evaluate the impact of G2G endeavors on the components of the intellectual capital of a public agency, namely its human capital, organizational capital, external capital, and innovation capital.

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TL;DR: Empirical research provides evidence that electronic communication does not change government agencies into post-bureaucratic organizations andStructuration Theory is used to explore the interaction between e-mail use, communication patterns of civil servants, and two bureaucratic characteristics: formalization and hierarchy.

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TL;DR: An examination of NSLs within the greater information policy context in the United States is examined, as the expanded usage of Nsls—even if entirely constitutional—raises the possibility of chilling the freedom of expression.

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TL;DR: Results indicate that Canadian researchers in the humanities and social sciences actively share data and on the whole they are supportive of initiatives to preserve data but have thus far not systematically ensured preservation of their research materials.

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TL;DR: Article discussing archiving web-published materials and a needs assessment of librarians, researchers, and content providers.

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TL;DR: The results of a qualitative study into what the Belgian and Dutch railway companies measure about their performance towards travelers, how they measure it, and specifically how they communicate it to their employees and stakeholders are presented.

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TL;DR: The paper reviews establishment of the initial framework and changes in the past decade, Trends in production of government information, citizens' use of electronic Australian Government publications, satisfaction with online government services, and implications for libraries are analyzed.

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TL;DR: Whether the Canadian legislative protections in place to safeguard medical privacy meet the expectations of Canadians is explored and areas where legislation and public opinion converge and diverge are highlighted.

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TL;DR: The FDLP is investigating new options for the dissemination of Federal information that incorporate digitization, preservation, electronic metadata, and information retrieval that will improve acquisitions, information access, and collection development for depository libraries.

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TL;DR: The American Community Survey (ACS) as discussed by the authors was the first survey to be published by the US Census Bureau in 2005, and the first 3-year average was published in 2008 covering 2005-2007.

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TL;DR: The strategic and operational aspects of a series of information and communications technology planning efforts to highlight the nature and roles of strategic alignment used to achieve this transition to an enterprise perspective regarding computing are analyzed.

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TL;DR: This article reports on the 512 citations to these specific documents in 354 opinions, between the years 1874 and 2005, in various jurisdictions ranging from territorial courts to the U.S. Supreme Court.