RFID Technology: A Practical Approach within the governmental electronic supply chain management

Belal Chowdhury, Ali Quazi, Clare D'Souza, Rajiv Khosla

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Abstract

This paper examines how best India can use RFID to support its e-governance supply chain management systems. This paper is designed to: Outline RFID technology concepts and its impact on supply chain management systems within the government sector. It attempts to discuss current issues, and uses a practical approach to address a conceptual model, that will be beneficial to the Indian subcontinent. While they have many advantages, there are disadvantages that also hinder their progress but with Indian government focusing towards standardizing the product that would lower costs, the future of RFID seems promising and will see its presence in many facets of the industrial and government sectors in India
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationDept. of Management, Monash University: Conference Proceedings
Place of PublicationMelbourne
PublisherMonash University
Pages1-1
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 2006
Externally publishedYes

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Supply chain management
Radio frequency identification
Government
Management system
India
Disadvantage
Costs
E-governance
Conceptual model

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Chowdhury, B., Quazi, A., D'Souza, C., & Khosla, R. (2006). RFID Technology: A Practical Approach within the governmental electronic supply chain management. In Dept. of Management, Monash University: Conference Proceedings (pp. 1-1). Melbourne: Monash University.
Chowdhury, Belal ; Quazi, Ali ; D'Souza, Clare ; Khosla, Rajiv. / RFID Technology: A Practical Approach within the governmental electronic supply chain management. Dept. of Management, Monash University: Conference Proceedings. Melbourne : Monash University, 2006. pp. 1-1
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Chowdhury B, Quazi A, D'Souza C, Khosla R. RFID Technology: A Practical Approach within the governmental electronic supply chain management. In Dept. of Management, Monash University: Conference Proceedings. Melbourne: Monash University. 2006. p. 1-1