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Journal Article

Current State of e‑Government in Slovenian Municipalities  pp127-138

Mateja Kunstelj, Mitja Decman

© Dec 2005 Volume 3 Issue 3, Editor: Frank Bannister, pp99 - 156

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Abstract

The study presented in the paper is focused on empirical analysis of the present state of e‑Government development in Slovenian municipalities, which derives from the survey conducted in the second part of 2003. It comprises a quantitative and qualitative analysis of websites, a public servants questionnaire and a real case test of municipalities e‑mail responsiveness. Some results are also compared to the results of our past measurements and similar studies in other countries, although the latter is hardly to do, due to different organisation structures, duties and competences of local government bodies in different countries.

 

Keywords: e-Government, measuring e-Government, benchmarking, municipalities, Slovenia

 

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Journal Issue

Volume 3 Issue 3 / Nov 2005  pp99‑156

Editor: Frank Bannister

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Keywords: electronic journal, papers, articles, eGovernment, electronic government, eGovernment methods, eGovernment studies, e-Government, Accessibility guidelines, Administration, Administrative workflows, Benchmarking, Citizen interaction, Country case study, Diffusion, Digital divide, e-Government, e-Procurement, Institutions, Internet access, Inter-organizational systems, Legal constraints, Measuring e-Government, Municipalities, Mutual aid, Non-conforming case, Policy, Public process modeling, Public sector, Slovenia, Tools, Web style guide, Web testing and evaluation and assistive technology

 

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Journal Issue

Volume 3 Issue 4 / Dec 2005  pp157‑240

Editor: Frank Bannister

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Keywords: electronic journal, papers, articles, eGovernment, electronic government, eGovernment methods, eGovernment studies, e-Government, Accessibility guidelines, Administration, Administrative workflows, Benchmarking, Citizen interaction, Country case study, Diffusion, Digital divide, e-Government, e-Procurement, Institutions, Internet access, Inter-organizational systems, Legal constraints, Measuring e-Government, Municipalities, Mutual aid, Non-conforming case, Policy, Public process modeling, Public sector, Slovenia, Tools, Web style guide, Web testing and evaluation and assistive technology

 

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