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The goal of this 'Birds of a Feather' session will be to share our current knowledge about XML for web site content management in government settings and explore some areas for future research. Specifically, the session will address topics such as the benefits and challenges faced by public managers when attempting to use XML for managing their web sites.(More)
Acknowledgments T his report is based on the lessons learned from CTG's XML Testbed. The success of the Testbed rested on the enthusiastic participation of five New York State (NYS) agencies who committed to extensive hours of workshops, training, and prototype development. CTG extends its thanks to the Several members of the CTG staff made many important(More)
XML seems to be a promising alternative for developing and managing e-government web sites. However, there is a lack of empirical research about the use of XML for web site content management in government settings. Based on a multi-method research study, this poster will describe some of the advantages and challenges of using XML. Specifically, it will(More)
Introduction As government Web sites grow in size and complexity, it is important for agencies to develop sounder approaches to Web site management and publication processes. Poor public image, prohibitive maintenance costs, lack of consistency, and limited capacity to provide multiple formats are just some of the problems that many government Web sites are(More)
Based on a review of recent literature and a set of group and individual interviews, this poster proposes a preliminary multidimensional framework to assess an agency's readiness for mobile government. The poster also shows how these dimensions have been integrated into a tool called Mobile-Readiness Assessment, which public managers can use to better(More)
As government Web sites have grown in size, complexity, and prominence, Web site management, content management, maintenance costs, and accessibility have become growing concerns for federal, state and local governments. Government agencies are losing the ability to be responsive and flexible in providing new information and services and the costs of(More)
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