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    • Achieving Usability Within E-Government Web Sites Illustrated by a Case Study Evaluation 

      Basil Soufi; Martin Maguire (Springer, 2007)
      Local government in the UK has made progress towards the delivery of services online. However individual local authorities do not necessarily have the experience or infrastructure to develop web sites that are usable and ...
    • EGovernment interoperability issues in Lithuania 

      Vitkauskaitė Elena; R Gatautis (proceeding of the Eight International Conference on Electronic Business, 2008)
      A survey for success factors of Web application development reveals that development methodologies, tools, and techniques are not considered as important by developers for the success of Web application development. Rapid ...
    • Web 2.0 and e-governments: an exploration of potentials & realities in the arab world 

      Abdallah Salam; Khalil Ashraf (European and Mediterranean Conference on Information System, 2009-07)
      The emergence of Web 2.0 applications, or social media, is changing the social life of people and beginning to infiltrate and impact governments in the Western World. There, the emergence of a new government paradigm is ...