Browsing by Subject "Government data processing"
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(2007)It is widely perceived that the nature of ICT is changing and so is the scale of the resulting economic and societal impact around Europe. Continued and accelerating technological progress, market changes arising from ...
Evaluation of NMS e-Services environment within the context of four specific socio-economic domains: Towards the promotion of a few best practices for improving e-Inclusion and e-Participation (2005)Europe's Lisbon strategy has reinforced e-Government as a potential provider of major entomic boost by facilitating new and better services for all citizens and companies and reinforcing e-Democracy developments. The NMS ...
(2006)The main concern of a city that wants to adapt e-Government systems promoting online processes, services and participation is to identify its IT legacy systems and technological infrastructure and to analyze and identify ...