The first book of its kind on electronic governance (eGovernance) with a developing country regional focus. Presents electronic governance from the standpoint of improving good governance and contributing to a people-centered development in an East African context. Implementation issues under electronic governance are presented within the framework of electronic government (eGovernment), electronic democracy (eDemocracy) and electronic business (eBusiness). The book presents a number of pilot projects and case studies, from which learning experiences may be derived for cascading eGovernance innovations elsewhere. The book responds to calls for timely, authoritative information that will add a great deal of knowledge in efforts by governments worldwide to mitigate the rapidly widening poverty divide by focusing on breaking the digital divide.
Specifications of Electronic Governance
|Author||Thomas B. Riley|
|Number Of Pages||150|
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