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Title: Good governance and e-government : applying a formal outcome analysis methodology in a developing world context
Authors: Kettani, Driss
Gurstein, Michael
El Mahdi, Asmae
Keywords: GOVERNANCE
GOOD GOVERNANCE
E-GOVERNMENT
INFORMATION AND COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
ICT
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
STATE TRANSFORMATION
SERVICE DELIVERY
AUTOMATION
INDICATORS
OUTCOMES
SYSTEMATIC ASSESSMENT METHOD
Date: 2009
Publisher: Inderscience Enterprises
Abstract: This paper, based on a local e-government project in Fez, Morocco presents an empirically based methodology for assessing project outcomes in the context of factors of “good governance”. Factors associated with good governance, outcome measures for assessing the results of the project in relation to these factors and a method for assessing e-government developments in a Less Developed Country through their contribution to “good (local) governance” are developed in this paper as well as indicators for enabling a project outcome assessment as a measurement of the project’s contribution to the improvement of good governance.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/46480
Project Number: 104053
Project Title: Electronic Government in the City of Fez, Morocco : Scaling up to the National Level
Access: IDRC Only
Copyright: Inderscience Enterprises
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