Date of Award
Doctor of Business
School of Management Information Systems
Faculty of Business and Public Management
Professor Janice Burn
Is a knowledge based value network an effective model for implementing e-government? E-Government is a vision of how public sector organisations will govern, serve citizens, and interact with business partners, their employees, and other Government organisations. The “e” in e-Government represents a move to fully integrated, secure, on-demand accessible electronic Government that will: • improve integrated service delivery • provide universal citizen access • begin to enhance traditional Government structures and processes • support new Government products and services by relying on the emergence and convergence of new technologies • improve effectiveness Electronic commerce (e-commerce) has fundamentally changed the way business is being conducted and Government is rushing to catch up.
Robins, G. (2004). Is a knowledge based value network an effective model for implementing e-government?. Retrieved from https://ro.ecu.edu.au/theses/832