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- DocumentGlobal Centre for Information and Communication Technologies in Parliament, 2008This handbook provides a structured approach for the introduction and integration of ICT in Parliament. It maintains the linkages between the rationale for ICT (vision and strategy) and the subsequent stages of business case development, project scope definition, requirements development and the system delivery, roll out and evaluation.DocumentGlobal Centre for Information and Communication Technologies in Parliament, 2008The World e-Parliament Report 2008 presents a global assessment of the use of ICT by parliaments, based mainly on survey evidence. The report’s main objective is to help legislatures evaluate the potential benefits of technology for their work and establish key goals and priorities for exploiting this critical resource. Other objectives include:DocumentUnited Nations Online Network in Public Administration and Finance, 2008This document presents the findings of the worldwide survey of municipal digital governance 2007. The survey evaluates 86 large municipalities which have official websites and ranks them on a global scale based on their scores in the areas of:DocumentJournal of Information Technology, 2007E-government policies when designed along the line of New Public Management (NPM) ideology are aimed at reforming the organisation of the public administration, and reducing the role of bureaucratic institutions in favour of market-like structure of coordination and governance.DocumentSwiss Federal Institute of Technology, 2006In an increasingly globalised world, where information technology has become one of the key determinants of growth, many African countries are facing new challenges as a result of the emerging information age.DocumentJohn F. Kennedy School of Government, Harvard University, 2007Taking a critical look at the state of the e-government across the globe, this paper shows that the main challenge for e-government lies in managerial and political domains. It argues that unless organisational factors like budget management, statues and regulations change and long term political support is given at the top level, much of ICT’s potential will be left unexplored.DocumentUN, 2008The United Nation’s e-Government Survey 2008 presents an assessment of governments in enhancing public service delivery while improving the efficiency and productivity of government processes and systems.DocumentSchool of Information, University of Michigan, 2005Focussing on the use of information technology (IT) in the US, this paper argues that IT remains a useful instrument of incremental administrative change, but it is no more likely to bring about administrative reforms today than it was two decades ago.DocumentElectronic Journal of E-Government, 2005Since the 1990’s, a transnational e-government agenda has emerged resulting from strategic initiatives taken by a number of leading countries, multinational corporations, the European Union and international organisations.DocumentIndian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad, 2007Over the last decade various Indian states have implemented a number of e-government projects but there has not been any systematic study to assess their impact. This study fills this gap to some extent by employing a general framework to assess the e-government impact in India.