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In this introductory article, innovation is defined as a necessary condition for the modernization of public administration. The nature of innovation and the innovative potential of ICT will be explored. However, it is argued that the up to now this potential has not been fully exploited, due to...
This article examines the diffusion of an e-government innovation – called SMS-alert – among Dutch police forces. A conceptual framework for the diffusion of e-government innovations in the public sector is developed which combines a functional and a constructivist (or cultural) approach of...
It is argued here that Electronic Government (E-Gov) research to date has misconceived humans and technology, tending to give primacy to one or the other, but failing to grapple with their interaction. The present paper tries to remedy this by introducing an Actor-Network Theory (ANT) inspired...
A growing number of research contributions deal with the issues of technologically mediated participation in public decision-making in an ever-wider number of disciplinary fields. As research on eParticipation begins to mushroom, the effort of the international research community in this area is...
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