The Electronic Journal of e-Government publishes perspectives on topics relevant to the study, implementation and management of e-Government
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The Electronic Journal of e-Government is an opportunity for academics, government departments and members of the public service sector to share the latest thinking on all aspects of electronic governance. The editorial board invites submissions of papers on both the theory and practice of all aspects of web enabling technology in the public sector.

Topics may include, but are not limited to, e-Government portals, e-Government transaction sites, webocracy, e-Democracy, security and confidentiality, integrated systems, citizen centric information systems, web-enabled knowledge management and other ICT enabled systems in the public service sector. legal and ethical issues affecting e-Government, economics of e-Government, applications of e-Government, benchmarking e-Government. Case studies are also welcomed.

  1. Those wishing to make a submission should send one copy, preferably in Microsoft Word, by e-mail to Submissions should not be longer than 8,000 words including abstract, keywords and references. All papers submitted to the journal will be double-blind refereed by members of the editorial board or other suitable readers.
  2. Papers should begin with the title of paper, all the authors’ names and affiliations, and the full address and e-mail address for at least one contact author. A relevant website address may also be optionally supplied. When the paper is online there will be a link to the authors email addresses so that readers can reach you for further information. Please do not submit a paper without these contact details. The journal administrators will remove personal details for the purposes of the blind review process.
  3. Include an abstract of not more than 300 words outlining the purpose, scope and conclusions of the paper, and selected keywords. It is important that the abstract should be clear and understandable for those for whom English is not the native language. The abstract should explain why the paper is an important contribution to a particular aspect of IS Evaluation.
  4. Keywords and key phrases. Within the journal Web Site there will be a search facility to look for papers that have been published and the keywords and key phrases will be used in conjunction with this. Therefore please include at least four words or short phrases that highlight the topics covered by the paper.