eGovernment Management for Developing Countries

A. Imran, Shirley Gregor, Timothy Turner

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Abstract

This book builds on the authors' extensive experience and research and provides valuable insights into the practical implementation of e-government. It focuses on the developing world where the effective implementation of e-government remains a struggle, often because of the absence of adequate guidance. With a thorough curriculum design and a sound education pedagogy, the book follows a structured step by step process of e-government implementation and management, from conception to evaluation. This text book on e-government management is the first of its kind for developing countries and provides a comprehensive treatment of the practical issues faced by today's e-government managers and their teams. The book is expected to enable much needed e-government championship and to equip public servants in developing countries to meet the demands of citizens of the 21st century.

A good companion and a must read book for all public servants in the information age.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationUnited Kingdom
PublisherACPI
Number of pages414
Edition1
ISBN (Electronic)9781811218234
ISBN (Print)9781911218234
Publication statusPublished - 20 Jun 2013
Externally publishedYes

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Imran, A., Gregor, S., & Turner, T. (2013). eGovernment Management for Developing Countries. (1 ed.) United Kingdom: ACPI.
Imran, A. ; Gregor, Shirley ; Turner, Timothy. / eGovernment Management for Developing Countries. 1 ed. United Kingdom : ACPI, 2013. 414 p.
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