Trends in Electronic Government: Managing Distributed Knowledge

@inproceedings{Wimmer2000TrendsIE,
  title={Trends in Electronic Government: Managing Distributed Knowledge},
  author={Maria Wimmer and Roland Traunm{\"u}ller},
  booktitle={DEXA Workshop},
  year={2000}
}
Electronic Government (e-Government) is as a guiding vision for public administration. It stands for using the Internet, for re-engineering administrative processes, for achieving a virtual administration. It stands also for supporting an active participation of the citizens in democracy. Modern telecommunication infrastructures provide the basic means for co-operation over time and distance. In this way e-Government involves many locally and timely dispersed human actors and machine agents… CONTINUE READING
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