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Author Obi, Toshio,
Title A decade of world e-Government rankings / Toshio Obi & Naoko Iwasaki.
Imprint Amsterdam : IOS Press, [2015]
2015

Author Obi, Toshio,
Series Global e-governance series ; volume 7
Global e-governance series ; volume 7.
Subject Internet in public administration.
Alt Name Iwasaki, Naoko, 1975-
Author Obi, Toshio,
Series Global e-governance series ; volume 7
Global e-governance series ; volume 7.
Subject Internet in public administration.
Alt Name Iwasaki, Naoko, 1975-
Description 1 online resource.
Note Online resource; title from PDF title page (IOS Press, viewed August 26, 2015).
Contents Title Page -- Preface -- Executive Summary -- Contents -- Chapter 1: Overview -- 1. Historical Trends for Eleven Years Surveys of the Rankings -- 2. Total Ranking in 2015 -- 3. e-Government Ranking by Indicators -- Chapter 2: A Decade of Waseda?IAC e-Government Findings -- 1. There is lack of capacity building, especially e-leaders such as CIO -- 2. Enough finance/funding for e-Government projects is the key for success -- 3. Citizen-engagement as digital inclusion in e-Govt. should be encouraged -- 4. Various applications for online service are progressing -- 5. More attention must be paid to local e-Government issues as well as linkage between central and local governments -- 6. The best practices for M-government in developing countries may increase active participation in developing countries with high usage of mobile devices -- 7. Open Government/Data should be implemented and shared with big data -- 8. Digital gap has become wider among developing countries in terms of accessibility, usability and affordability -- Chapter 3: New trends on e-Government development -- 1. Digital Government/Internet Economy -- 2. Internet of Things -- 3. Cloud Computing -- 4. One Stop Service -- 5. Open Government/Data -- 6. Big Data -- 7. Cyber Security -- 8. Social Media -- 9. Smart City -- 10. Inter-governmental Collaboration and Linkage -- 11. Digital Inclusion and Aging society -- Chapter 4: e-Government Country Reports -- Argentina -- Australia -- Austria -- Bahrain -- Belgium -- Brazil -- Brunei Darussalam -- Canada -- Chile -- China -- Colombia -- Costa Rica -- Czech Republic -- Denmark -- Egypt -- Estonia -- Fiji -- Finland -- France -- Georgia -- Germany -- Hong Kong -- Iceland -- India -- Indonesia -- Israel -- Italy -- Japan -- Kazakhstan -- Kenya -- Korea -- Macau -- Malaysia -- Mexico -- Morocco -- Netherlands -- New Zealand -- Nigeria -- Norway.
Oman -- Pakistan -- Peru -- Philippines -- Poland -- Portugal -- Romania -- Russia -- Saudi Arabia -- Singapore -- South Africa -- Spain -- Sweden -- Switzerland -- Taiwan -- Thailand -- Tunisia -- Turkey -- United Arab Emirates -- United Kingdom (UK) -- Uruguay -- USA -- Venezuela -- Vietnam -- Appendix 1 -- Top 10 ICT and e-Government Ranking by other Organizations -- Appendix 2 -- e-Government National Portal and Open Government Data Portal.
Summary The field of e-Government has emerged alongside the developments in information technology in recent decades, and has become an increasingly important factor in all our lives. It has faced a wide range of challenges from the changing technologies of the internet/digital economy, such as IOT, big data, cloud and 4G mobile, as well as the rapid growth of ICT innovations and applications. The Institute of e-Government at Waseda University, Japan, was established in 2001, and this book is the latest in the series of e-Government ranking surveys published by the Institute since 2005. The book is divided into three parts, the first of which is an overview of the e-Government ranking survey including a section on historical trends, the 2015 ranking and e-Government ranking by indicators. The second part covers findings and trends, and includes analysis in the fields of digital/internet economy, IOT, cloud, open/big data, cyber security, smart cities, social media and e-aging. The last section presents 63 country reports. The lessons learnt from the best practices explode in this book will contribute greatly to the work of all those involved in setting up, developing and improving e-Government worldwide.
Note English.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN 9781614995685 (electronic bk.)
1614995680 (electronic bk.)
1614995672
9781614995678
9781614995678
OCLC # 919122891
Additional Format Erscheint auch als: Druck-Ausgabe Obi, T.A Decade of World e-Government Rankings



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