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Foundations of E-government
Editors: Ashok Agarwal and V Venkata Ramana
 
Contents

Foreword
Preface
E-governance Foundation
 
1. E-Government and E-Governance: Definitions/Domain Framework and Status around the World Shailendra C. Jain Palvia and Sushil S. Sharma

2. From E-Government to E-Governance Vasant Godse and Aditya Garg

3. Select Aspects of Conceptual Foundations of E-government: Clearing the Fog for a Better Vision D.C. Misra
4. Defining e-Governance Services Sriram Kavikondala, Ramana Rao Vishnubhotla, Subba Rao Ghanta and Madhav Pulipati

5. Citizen-centric Approach for e-Governance Devendra Nath Gupta

6. Habermasian Public Sphere and the Telecentre Discourse in Governance Vineeta Dixit

Strategy Related
 
7. Towards an E-Governance Grid for India (E-GGI): An Architectural Framework for Citizen Services Delivery C.S.R. Prabhu

8. Determining Priorities of E-Government: A Model Building Approach Mohan Datar

9. National E-Governance Plan Revisited: Achievements and Road Ahead Geetika and Neeraj Pandey

10. Strategic Management for e-Governance D.N. Gupta

Sustainability Models of e-Governance
 
11. Revenue Sharing Models in a "Public Private Partnership" (PPP) Context Pradeep Valsangkar

12. Outsourcing of G2E applications – the next potential wave for PPP Initiatives in India Lovneesh Chanana

13. Public Private Partnership and Social Infrastructure K.M. Mital and Vivek Mital

E-democracy
 
14. Managing Technological Change in Elections Tim W McGraw and Craig Fisher

15. E-Governance: A Step Towards Digital Democracy Pradeep Nair

16.

E-Democracy and Citizen Empowerment through E-Governance and Other e-Initiatives in India, Nepal and Bangladesh-A Case study Subhajit Choudhury, Chitresh Kala, Jay Prakash Sarwan and Sudhir Kumar

17. E-Government and Democracy: Societal Context of Information & Communication Age Kunjal Maheshwari, Aditya Gurbaxani, Pranay Mahulikar and Sainath L

Monitoring and Evaluation
 
18. A Survey of the E-governance Response to the December 26, 2004 Tsunami in South India Stan Kachnowski and Ryan Blum

19.

Global trends in Municipal E-Government: An Online Assessment of Worldwide Municipal Web Portals Marc Holzer and Aroon Manoharan

20. e-Government Projects – Importance of Post Completion Audits Ganta Jacob Victor, Anil Panikar and Vishnu Krishna Kanhere

21. E-governance: Effectiveness, Legitimacy and Equity Melissa M. Saadoun and Lin Yanning

22. An Approach for e-Government Project Assessment Piyush Gupta and Pranav Kumar Vasishta

23. E-government Implementation: Visions Determine Outcome Helle Zinner Henriksen

24. EGOSQ – Users’ Assessment of e-Governance Online-Services: A Quality Measurement Instrumentation Anand Agrawal, Pragya Shah and Varun Wadhwa

25. E-Services of Government of India and Its Acceptability among Educated Indians Anu Singh, Arunabhas Bose and Navodita Mishra

26. Governmental Threats for Media Freedom: Comparative Study of Asian Countries Naveen Kumar Mishra

27. E-Government Portal Effectiveness: Managerial Considerations for Design and Development Bharat Maheshwari, Vinod Kumar, Uma Kumar and Vedmani Sharan

28. Identifying Risk Factors in for E-governance Projects R.D. Choudhari, D.K. Banwet and M.P. Gupta

29. Assessing Effectiveness of State Government Portals in India Debjani Bhattacharya, Umesh Gulla and M.P. Gupta

Legislations and Policy
 
30. ICT for Right to Information Act in Collector Office Nanded Moiz Hussain Ali, Rajesh D. Bhusari and Sunil D. Potekar

31. Towards Effective Implementation of Right to Information Act G.P. Sahu and Prabhudatt Dwivedi

32. E-Government Approach to Management of Intellectual Property in Indian Folklore Geetika Goel and Rajesh tripathi

33. Relevance of Open Source Software Licensing and Creative Commons for Resolving Intellectual Property Issues in Today’s Knowledge Society Shefalika Ghosh Samaddar

Leveraging technology for Strategic Goals
 
34. An Overview of eGovernment Policy Initiatives in the South African Government Goonasagree Naidoo

35. Realising T-Government: A UK Local Authority Perspective Vishanth Weerakkody, Yogesh K. Dwivedi, Gurjit Dhillon and Michael D. Williams

36. E-Governance: Enabling the French Web 2.0 Revolution? Bardo Fraunholz and Chandana Unnithan

37. Growing Electronic Intervention in Indian Democracy: A Case-Study of Solving the Problem of Duplicate Voters in Goa. Naveen Kumar and Pallav Pandey

38. Application of Analytics in E-Governance-a next level Tanuj Nandan and M. Gopi Chand

39. Audit Selection Strategy for Improving Tax Compliance – Application of Data Mining Techniques Manish Gupta and Vishnuprasad Nagadevara

40. Crime Data Mining for Indian Police Information System Manish Gupta, B. Chandra and M.P. Gupta

 
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