Journal: EG

Volume 1, Issue 4

349 -- 361Ranjit Bose. E-government: infrastructure and technologies for education and training
362 -- 373H. Wang, B. L. Rubin. Embedding e-finance in e-government: a new e-government framework
374 -- 383K. Nikolopoulos, Charalampos Z. Patrikakis, B. Lin. Forecasting systems for e-government
384 -- 397John M. Woosley, Suzanne D. Pawlowski. Mental models of the challenges of multi-agency information sharing projects: a study using cognitive maps
398 -- 419Han-yuh Liu, Peter Lai. Managing process-centred e-government in Taiwan: a customer relationship management approach
420 -- 438Giannis Verginadis, Gregoris Mentzas. A light modelling framework for e-government service workflows
439 -- 461Thomas R. Gulledge, Rainer A. Sommer, Georg Simon. The US Navy enterprise resource planning architecture
462 -- 474Sushil K. Sharma, Jatinder N. D. Gupta. Web services architecture for m-government: issues and challenges

Volume 1, Issue 3

229 -- 252June Wei. Global comparisons of e-government environments
253 -- 272Ramaraj Palanisamy. Issues and challenges in e-governance planning
273 -- 292Adela S. M. Lau. Strategies to encourage the adoption of G2C e-government services in Hong Kong
293 -- 299George K. Kostopoulos. E-government in the Arabian Gulf: a vision toward reality
300 -- 315Luiz Antonio Joia. Bridging the digital divide: some initiatives in Brazil
316 -- 327Ye-Sho Chen, P. Pete Chong, Bin Zhang. Cyber security management and e-government
328 -- 334Sandeep Verma. Electronic government procurement: a legal perspective on the Indian situation
335 -- 348Tzu-Chuan Chou, Li-Ling Hsu. Managing industry enabled e-government: lessons learned from the IT industry in Taiwan

Volume 1, Issue 2

115 -- 129Shirley Ann Becker. Architectural accessibility and reading complexity of US state e-government for older adult users
130 -- 140Liz Lee-Kelley, Ailsa Kolsaker. E-government: the fit between supply assumptions and usage drivers
141 -- 151Kostas S. Metaxiotis, John E. Psarras. E-government: new concept, big challenge, success stories
152 -- 165Martin Hughes, William Golden. Achieving business process change in the public sector: revolution or evolution?
166 -- 178Eileen P. Kelly, William J. Tastle. E-government and the judicial system: online access to case information
179 -- 197Chien-Chih Yu, Hsing-I Wang. Digital divide in Taiwan: evidence, comparisons, and strategies
198 -- 212Sushil K. Sharma. Assessing e-government implementations
213 -- 228Stuart J. Barnes, Richard T. Vidgen. Interactive e-government services: modelling user perceptions with eQual

Volume 1, Issue 1

1 -- 7Jay Liebowitz. Will knowledge management work in the government?
8 -- 28Habtamu Abie, Bent Foyn, Jon Bing, Bernd Blobel, Peter Pharow, Jaime Delgado, Stamatis Karnouskos, Olli Pitkänen, Dimitrios Tzovaras. The need for a digital rights management framework for the next generation of e-government services
29 -- 48Probir Banerjee, Patrick Y. K. Chau. An evaluative framework for analysing e-government convergence capability in developing countries
49 -- 60Costas Vassilakis, George Lepouras, Stathis Rouvas, Panagiotis Georgiadis. Integrating e-government public transactional services into public authority workflows
61 -- 76Rosemary H. Wild, Kenneth A. Griggs. A web portal/decision support system architecture for collaborative intra-governmental planning
77 -- 91Yufei Yuan, Jason Zhang, Wuping Zheng. Can e-government help China meet the challenges of joining the World Trade Organization?
92 -- 106Reggie Davidrajuh. Planning e-government start-up: a case study on e-Sri Lanka
107 -- 114Ephrem Eyob. E-government: breaking the frontiers of inefficiencies in the public sector