Inclusion in E-government : a Security Perspective

@inproceedings{Tassabehji2005InclusionIE,
  title={Inclusion in E-government : a Security Perspective},
  author={Rana Tassabehji},
  year={2005}
}
With over 90% of the UN’s member countries operating government websites, the phenomenon of egovernment is of critical importance to national and international communities. Implementation of egovernment takes various forms and this paper develops a framework which aims to define and classify e-government according to its advanced use of technology, engagement of citizens and government. One of the dangers of advancing e-government is the creation of social divisions and exclusion of the… CONTINUE READING

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