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Title: Electronic transformation of government in the U.K.: a research agenda
Authors: Irani, Z
Elliman, T
Jackson, P
Keywords: Electronic government
Report
Survey
VIEGO
Research agenda
Publication Date: 2007
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Citation: European Journal of Information Systems. 16 (3) 327-335
Abstract: This paper presents the findings of an exploratory research project into future e-Government (electronic Government) initiatives. The Virtual Institute for Electronic Government Research (VIEGO) project aimed at identifying and further developing the research agenda of e-Government based on a solid practical ground. As such, the paper offers a novel methodology in identifying the road map for future e-Government initiatives based on a series of workshops organised around the U.K. hosting a mixture of stakeholders involving both academics and parishioners. The analysis of the VIEGO workshops depicted that an e-Government research agenda involves a combination of social, technological and organisational issues at both governmental and individual citizen level, ultimately driven by empirical case-based experience and active participation in e-Government processes. Unlike other propositions for the future of e-Government offered in the e- Government literature, raised research questions not only originated from an analysis of e-Government literature but also on the outcome of brainstorming, reflections and contemplations throughout the duration of the project.
URI: http://bura.brunel.ac.uk/handle/2438/4215
ISSN: 0960-085X
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