E-Government Website Development : Future Trends and Strategic Models

Title

E-Government Website Development : Future Trends and Strategic Models

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Edited by Ed Downey (current College at Brockport faculty member), Carl D. Ekstrom (former College at Brockport faculty member), Matthew A. Jones (former College at Brockport faculty member).

Includes a chapter by Ed Downey: A Framework for Considering the Market and Political Value of E-Government Websites: A Focus on the Current Political Value on State, County, and City Sites in the U.S. ;

and a chapter by former College at Brockport faculty member Matthew A. Jones and current faculty member Melchor De Guzman: E-Policing: The Value of Police Websites for Citizen Empowered Participation.

Web sites present the public face of government to its online constituents. As such, they are the focus of much research and investigation. While many of the investigations are designed to provide basic information about product development, it is the intent of this book to look beyond product development approaches to e-government and to examine emerging trends and strategies in Web site development.
E-Government Website Development: Future Trends and Strategic Models focuses on three foundational aspects of e-government Web sites, namely concepts or theories that influence e-government Web site development, description and analysis of e-government Web site experience from different national perspectives, and possible models that might provide direction for future e-government development. The authors brilliantly incorporate a combination of basic concepts that will guide future development of governmental Web sites, descriptive research about the state of e-government in various parts of the world, and a specific prescription for the future of e-government Web sites into one essential compilation.

ISBN

1616920181

Publication Date

2011

Publication Information

Hersey, Pa. : Information Science Reference, c2011.

xxiv, 413 p. : illustrations, map ; 29 cm.

Disciplines

Criminology and Criminal Justice | Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration

Department

Criminal Justice

Comments

Located in Drake Library at: OVR JF1525.A8 E239 2011

CONTENTS: A Framework for Considering the Market and Political Value of E-Government Websites: A Focus on the Current Political Value on State, County, and City Sites in the U.S. / Ed Downey -- A Framework for Citizen-Centric Government Websites / F. Dianne Lux Wigand -- Serving Constituents with Limited English Proficiency (LEP) in the U.S.: Challenges and Implications for Local Government Websites / J. Scott McDonald … [et al.] -- Ethical Influences of E-Government Website Development: Sustaining an Ethical Climate in Public Organizations / Rodney Erakovich -- Evaluating the Quality Attributes of E-Government Websites / Ourania I. Markaki, Dimitris E. Charilas, Dimitris Askounis --Social Equity, the Digital Divide and E-Governance: An Analysis of E-Governance Initiatives in India / Meena Chary -- A Descriptive Analysis of Contents of Asian E-Government Websites / Abebe Rorissa, Dawit Demissie, Mohammed Gharawi -- Breaking the Bureaucratic Inertia: E-Government, Civil Society and Mobilization of Citizens in Bangladesh / Akhlaque Haque -- An Assessment Study of Indian State Government Portals / Debjani Bhattacharya, Umesh Gulla ,M. P. Gupta -- E-Government Gateway Development in Turkey: Some Challenges and Future Directions for Citizen Focus / Asim Balci, Tunç Durmus Medeni -- Recovery.gov: Small Steps toward Transparency, Interactivity, and Trust / Franz Foltz, Rudy Pugliese, Paul Ferber -- Access Indiana: Managing a Website through a Successful Public-Private Partnership / J. Ramon Gil-Garcia, Francisco R. Hernandez-Tella -- E-Policing: The Value of Police Websites for Citizen Empowered Participation / Matthew A. Jones, Melchor C. de Guzman -- Internet-Based Citizen Participation: Do Municipal Website Contents Reflect Officials’ Beliefs and Funding? / Stephen K. Aikins -- A Review of Standardization Frameworks for Electronic Government Service Portals / Demetrios Sarantis, Dimitris Askounis -- Web 2.0 Applications and Citizen Relations through E-Government Websites / Heasun Chun, Daejoong Kim -- Benefits and Barriers of Using XML in Government Websites / J. Ramon Gil-Garcia … [et al.] -- Integrating Budget Transparency into E-Government Websites / M. Ernita Joaquin, Thomas J. Greitens -- Achieving Transparency in State Lottery Websites / Charles E. Menifield, Joy A. Clay -- E-Government and its Potential to Facilitate Citizen Participation in State Budget Deliberations / Kenneth A. Klase, Michael John Dougherty.