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E-government evaluation: a framework and case study
A flexible framework is suggested to choose an appropriate strategy to measure the tangible and intangible benefits of e-government. Expand
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Identifying factors of "organizational information security management"
Purpose – Despite many technically sophisticated solutions, managing information security has remained a persistent challenge for organizations. Expand
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Users' Acceptance of E-Government: A Study of Indian Central Excise
An e-government acceptance model is developed and empirically tested using the 163 usable questionnaire responses from internal users of the Indian Central Excise. Expand
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E-service quality model for Indian government portals: citizens' perspective
We propose a multi item scale for assessing the e‐service quality of government portals involving transactions. Expand
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A multivariate time series clustering approach for crime trends prediction
A novel approach for multivariate time series clustering based on dynamic time wrapping and parametric Minkowski model has been proposed for finding similar crime trends efficiently and subsequently predict crime trends. Expand
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Analysis of issues of e-government in Indian police
This paper reports the proliferation of e-government in a critical domain of civil administration, namely, police in India. Expand
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Operations research for management
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Tracking the Evolution of E-Governance in India
  • M. P. Gupta
  • Business, Computer Science
  • Int. J. Electron. Gov. Res.
  • 2010
An attempt is made in this article to gain an understanding of the evolution of Electronic Governance E-governance in India. Expand
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Citizens' Adoption of Pay-to-use E-Government Services: An Empirical Study
Evidence exists that citizens' demand for pay-to-use e-government services is highly price-elastic. Expand
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A Model for Impact of E-Government on Corruption : Exploring Theoretical Foundations
Corruption in public administration is a cause for continuing concern, particularly in the developing world. Although optimism regarding the ability of e-government to reduce or eliminate corruptionExpand
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