e-Government information systems: Evaluation-led design for public value and client trust

@article{Grimsley2007eGovernmentIS,
  title={e-Government information systems: Evaluation-led design for public value and client trust},
  author={Michael Grimsley and Anthony Meehan},
  journal={EJIS},
  year={2007},
  volume={16},
  pages={134-148}
}
Received: 14 September 2006 Revised: 15 November 2006 2nd Revision: 12 February 2007 Accepted: 1 March 2007 Abstract e-Government systems differ from commercial information systems (IS) in that they frequently encompass strategic goals that go beyond efficiency, effectiveness and economy, and include political and social objectives such as trust in government, social inclusion, community regeneration, community well-being and sustainability. Designing e-Government systems that help to meet… CONTINUE READING
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