E-government implementation: Impact on business processes
Source of Publication
2006 Innovations in Information Technology, IIT
E-government projects can easily be put at risk if projects lack government support, if a solid information infrastructure is not developed so that customers can use this technology, if the user involvement is not significant at the implementation stage AND if poor attention is given to business process integration. This paper discusses the application of a decision-making tool for the choice of appropriate best practices in the context of e-government implementation. The addressed question is 'which practices would guarantee better internal processes' performances in the e-government context?' © 2006 IEEE.
Business | Computer Sciences
Administrative data processing; Decision making; Government data processing; Information technology; Innovation; Problem solving; Process engineering; Best Practices; Business process integration; Business processes; E governments; Information infrastructures; User involvement; Technology
Mansar, Selma Limam, "E-government implementation: Impact on business processes" (2006). All Works. 1435.
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