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From Data Quality to Big Data Quality
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This article investigates the evolution of data quality issues from traditional structured data managed in relational databases to Big Data. Expand
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GovQual: A quality driven methodology for E-Government project planning
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We present a methodology for eGovernment project planning that uses a multidisciplinary approach. Expand
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Information Systems for eGovernment - A Quality-of-Service Perspective
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The success of public sector investment in eGovernment initiatives strongly depends on effectively exploiting all aspects of ICT systems and infrastructures. Expand
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Phenomenology, Organizational Politics, and IT Design: The Social Study of Information Systems
Information systems are researched, published on, and utilized as an extremely broad and vital sector of current technology development, usually studied from the scientific or technologicalExpand
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Shaping public sector innovation theory: an interpretative framework for ICT-enabled governance innovation
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The paper discusses from a conceptual standpoint the need for renewing the lenses through which looking at the phenomenon of ICT-enabled innovation in governance and policy-making, suggesting that a possible ‘new theory of public sector innovation´ should be advanced. Expand
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A semantic repository approach to improve the government to business relationship
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A major objective in business interactions consists in enhancing the business perspective over service provision by developing strategies and tools to provide support in the selection of services according to the value they have for businesses. Expand
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Is Open Data Enough?: E-Governance Challenges for Open Government
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The article aims to investigate how key e-Governance dimensions related to openness, such as transparency and accountability, which are a necessary condition for reaching a high maturity of e-Government, may not be sufficient. Expand
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Pattern detection for conceptual schema recovery in data‐intensive systems
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In this paper, an approach for information systems reverse engineering is proposed and applied. Expand
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Interoperability Challenges for ICT-enabled Governance: Towards a pan-European Conceptual Framework
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In the European academic and institutional debate, interoperability is predominantly seen as a means to enable public administrations to collaborate within Members State and across borders. Expand
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Assessing Social Value in Open Data Initiatives: A Framework
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Open data initiatives are characterized, in several countries, by a great extension of the number of data sets made available for access by public administrations, constituencies, businesses and other actors, such as journalists, international institutions and academics. Expand
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