e-Government: The Challenges Ahead

@inproceedings{Traunmller2004eGovernmentTC,
  title={e-Government: The Challenges Ahead},
  author={Roland Traunm{\"u}ller and Maria Wimmer},
  booktitle={EGOV},
  year={2004}
}
Change has become ubiquitous with globalisation and competition as dominant drivers. A common “quest for growth” exists paired with economic imbalances, finan-cial instabilities, societal and political unrest. Affluences and deprivation occur as well as an increased stratification of societies. Technology has become pervasive with no pause of evolution in sight. Economic necessity and lifestyle promote mobility and a round the clock economy. With a broad advancement in embedded computing, open… CONTINUE READING

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