From electronic governance to policydriven electronic governance – evolution of technology use in government

Janowski, Tomasz, "From electronic governance to policydriven electronic governance – evolution of technology use in government" in Communication and Technology ed. Cantoni, Lorenzo and Danowski, James (The Hague: De Gruyter, 2015), 425-438.

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  • Author Janowski, Tomasz
    Book Editor Cantoni, Lorenzo
    Danowski, James
    Chapter Title From electronic governance to policydriven electronic governance – evolution of technology use in government
    Book Title Communication and Technology
    Publication Date 2015-08-14
    Place of Publication The Hague
    Publisher De Gruyter
    Start page 425
    End page 438
    Language eng
    Abstract Policy-Driven Electronic Governance (EGOV) captures an idea that through the appropriate use of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) we can transform the working of government organizations and how they interact with citizens, businesses and other arms of government in order to achieve a variety of high-value public policy goals. Such goals generally include delivering better public services, reforming public institutions, engaging citizens in government decision-making, and increasing the performance of public policies in health, education, security, employment and other sectors. The aim of this chapter is to outline the evolution of government use of technology, and to introduce Pol-icy-Driven EGOV as the latest phase in this evolution by proposing: conceptual model for Policy-Driven EGOV, evidence of emerging presence of Policy-DrivenEGOV among national EGOV strategies, challenges in progressing from EGOV toPolicy-Driven EGOV, and a research and policy agenda to build a foundation for this new phase.
    UNBIS Thesaurus COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
    E-GOVERNMENT
    GOVERNMENT POLICY
    ELECTRONICS
    INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    Copyright Holder De Gruyter
    Copyright Year 2015
    Copyright type All rights reserved
    ISBN 9783110271355
    9783110266535
    DOI 10.1515/9783110271355-024
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