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  • 31.01.2017
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eBook des Monats: e-Government or Out of Government

Modernize to survive. Discover digital transformation from agencies around the world.

A digital population cannot be well served by an analog government...

Society is changing. In a short amount of time, we have become a technology-enabled, information-rich, mobile population. To better serve digital citizens, governments around the world need to wake up to this new digital reality.

Governments that want to stay relevant are using e-government technologies to improve mission performance, increase transparency, engage citizens, and provide faster access to government services.

Government agencies are data-generating engines.
The average U.S. state and local agency stores 499 terabytes of data.
Government CIOs and IT managers expect this number to grow by more than 50% over the next two years.
Only 47% of agencies are making strategic decisions with their information.
Security breaches of information ranks high in government at 26% compared to other industries.
Based on better management of data, 69% predict improvements in processes and efficiency, enhancing security and reducing risk, and predicting trends.

The time is now for public sector renewal through e-government. The book e-Government or Out of Government illustrates how information technology is modernizing the public sector at every level of government – from delivering mobile e-services locally, to improving health care and education at the regional level, predicting threats and the outbreak of disease nationally, and advancing financial stability and the quality of life for citizens in developing countries across the globe.

The book describes the current state of e-government technology and looks into the future as it continues to introduce new models of engagement and enhance program productivity. It includes a wealth of practical knowledge, drawn from governments around the world, including Derbyshire County Council, Regional Municipality of York, Institute of Public Administration of Canada (IPAC)/Public Service Without Borders, General Council of the Judiciary, Metro Vancouver, City of Edmonton, Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Mumbai International Airport Limited, International Organization for Standardization Central Secretariat (ISO), Transport Canada, Geisinger Health System, City of Barcelona, Suffolk University, G20 Summit, State Lotteries of Spain, and Belgian Railways.

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