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The Resource Digital Government : Leveraging Innovation to Improve Public Sector Performance and Outcomes for Citizens

Digital Government : Leveraging Innovation to Improve Public Sector Performance and Outcomes for Citizens

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Digital Government : Leveraging Innovation to Improve Public Sector Performance and Outcomes for Citizens
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Digital Government
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Leveraging Innovation to Improve Public Sector Performance and Outcomes for Citizens
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Digital Government : Leveraging Innovation to Improve Public Sector Performance and Outcomes for Citizens
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Digital Government : Leveraging Innovation to Improve Public Sector Performance and Outcomes for Citizens
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  • Foreword -- Foreword -- Foreword -- Contents -- Part I: Theory and Foundations of Digital Government -- The Promise of Digital Government -- 1 Strategy Inflation -- 2 What Is Digital: Different or More of the Same? -- 3 Opportunities -- 4 Challenges -- 5 The Journey -- 6 Case Studies -- 6.1 Methodology -- 6.2 Common Element -- 6.3 Project Outcomes -- 6.4 Challenges -- 7 Summary and Outlook -- Bibliography -- Measuring Digital Government: How to Assess and Compare Digitalisation in Public Sector Organisations -- 1 Digitalisation and Government: Beyond the Buzz -- 2 Focusing on Where Digitalisation Is Implemented: Individual Agencies -- 3 The Accenture Public Services Digitalisation Index -- 3.1 Starting Point: The Accenture Digitalisation Index Framework -- 3.2 Development of the Accenture Public Service Digitalisation Index -- 4 Exemplary Findings for Pensions Administration and Public Employment Services -- 4.1 Overall Findings -- 4.2 Digital Strategy -- Example: Digital Strategy -- 4.3 Digital Service Delivery -- Example: Innovation -- 4.3.1 Degree of User-Centricity Is Very Much Mixed -- Example: User-Centricity -- 4.4 Digital Enterprise -- Example: Digital Enterprise -- 5 Looking Forward -- Technology for Good: Innovative Uses of Emerging Technologies to Address Social Challenges -- 1 Abstract -- 2 Introduction -- 2.1 What Is Technology for Good? -- 2.2 Addressing the Challenges -- 2.3 Deciding on the Technologies -- 2.4 Definitions -- 2.4.1 Data Sciences -- 2.4.2 Internet of Things -- 2.4.3 Robotics -- 2.4.4 3D Printing -- 2.5 Who Are the Stakeholders? -- 3 Agriculture -- 3.1 Farm Analytics -- 3.2 Real-Time Soil Tension Monitoring -- 3.3 Robots to Improve Agriculture and Wine Production -- 3.4 Information Dissemination Through Digital Video -- 3.5 Digital Agriculture in Australia -- 4 Health -- 4.1 Microscale 3D Printing
  • 4.2 Prosthetics and 3D Printing -- 4.3 Using Mobile Technology and Sensors to Preserve Vaccines -- 4.4 Robots to the Rescue -- 4.5 Digital Technologies for Medical Adherence and Wellness Monitoring -- 4.6 Wearables for Good -- 5 Education -- 5.1 Hybrid-Learning Model -- 5.2 Analytics in Education -- 5.3 Robots in the Classroom -- 5.4 What Next? -- 6 Urban Planning -- 6.1 Data Sharing and Analysis to Address Homelessness -- 6.2 Rapid Housing Solutions -- 6.3 3D Printing to Design Cities -- 7 Risks and Challenges -- 8 How Governments Can Help -- 8.1 Developing the Ecosystem -- 8.2 Funding for Scale -- 8.3 Regulatory Oversight -- Regulation of Digital Government -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Regulatory Oversight -- 2.1 Regulatory Tools -- 3 Regulatory Challenges for Digital Government -- 3.1 Internet -- 4 Social Media -- 5 Cloud Computing -- 6 Mobile Devices -- 7 Key Regulatory Challenges Facing Digital Government -- 8 Privacy -- 9 Cybersecurity -- 9.1 A Balancing Act -- 10 Control of Internet Content -- 10.1 Google and China -- 10.2 Other Examples -- 11 Ownership -- 11.1 National Sovereignty and Net Neutrality -- 11.2 The Growing Debate Over Net Neutrality -- 12 The Internet of Things and Big Data -- 12.1 Implications for Regulation -- 13 Regulatory Practices and Challenges -- 14 Conclusion -- 14.1 The Road Ahead -- References -- Part II: Country Studies -- Mexico: Single Window for Foreign Trade -- 1 Introduction -- 2 National Digital Strategy -- 3 VUCEM: Context and Rationale -- 3.1 The Value of the Single Window -- 4 Highlights of the Implementation -- 5 Analysis and Findings -- 6 Obstacles and Drivers -- 7 Measuring Success -- 8 Conclusion -- Bibliography -- USA: Broadband Access and Adoption in New York State -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Broadband Technology -- 2.1 The United States and Internet and Broadband Services
  • 2.2 Broadband the Economic Crisis of 2008 -- 2.3 Economic Benefits of Broadband -- 2.4 New York State -- 3 The New York State Broadband Initiative -- 3.1 The Findings -- 4 Challenges -- 4.1 Data Acquisition -- 4.2 Pace of Technological Change -- 4.3 Economic Incentives for Rural Communities -- 4.4 Community Buy-in -- 4.5 Barriers to Adoption -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- Brazil: The Transparency Portal of the Federal Government -- 1 Introduction -- 2 Context -- 2.1 Brazil: Economic and Political Background -- 2.2 The National E-Government Policy -- 2.3 The Evolution of Transparency Policies -- 3 The Transparency Portal -- 3.1 Portal Goals and Structure -- 3.2 Portal Management -- 4 Findings -- 4.1 Drivers -- 4.1.1 Legal Framework -- 4.1.2 Accountability and Open Government -- 4.1.3 Fighting Corruption -- 4.1.4 Citizen and Private Sector Demands -- 4.1.5 State and Municipal Governments -- 4.1.6 International Commitments -- 4.2 Challenges -- 4.2.1 Political Disputes and Constant Negotiation -- 4.2.2 Technology Standardization and Procurement -- 4.2.3 Jargon Complexity -- 4.2.4 Difficulty in Measuring Impact -- 4.2.5 Difficulty in Defining and Reaching All Users -- 5 Conclusion -- References -- India: Unique Identification Authority -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Aadhaar and UIDAI -- 2 National Digital Strategy -- 3 The Aadhaar Project Structure and Technology Used -- 3.1 Program Administration -- 3.2 Process for Getting a Card -- 3.3 Data and Information Management -- 3.4 Aadhaar Used as an Authenticating Card -- 3.5 Linkage Capability with Government Programs -- 4 Current State and Analysis of the Project -- 4.1 Status Update: Reaching the Target for Card Distribution -- 5 The Drivers for Aadhaar -- 5.1 Improving Individual Identity -- 5.2 Linkage of Services -- 5.3 De-duplicating -- 6 Aadhaar Implementation
  • 6.1 Success of Aadhaar: Key to Implementation -- 6.2 Challenges to Aadhaar -- 6.2.1 Privacy and Legal Issues -- 6.2.2 Conflict with Other Government Agencies -- 6.2.3 Conflicts with Individuals, Organizations and the Courts -- 6.2.4 Issue with Biometrics Collection, and Other Concerns -- 7 Future of Aadhaar -- 8 Conclusion -- Bibliography -- Germany: The Path to Open Data Leadership -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Part One: The Digital Development of Germany -- 1.1.1 Germany: Economic Background and Political Structure -- 1.2 Digital Development of Germany in Numbers -- 1.2.1 Three Waves of Digital Government: From eGovernment to Digital Agenda -- 1.2.2 Digital Government Actors -- 1.3 Part Two: The Development of Germanýs Open Data Policy -- 1.3.1 Open Data Policy in Germany -- 2 Part Three: Analysis of German Commitments to the G7 Open Data Charter -- 2.1 Germany and the G7 Open Data Principles -- 2.2 How Germany Implements the G7 Open Data Principles -- 2.3 Commitment One -- 2.4 Commitment Two: Publishing Datasets -- 2.5 Commitment Three: Publishing the Data on a National Portal -- 2.6 Development of Open Data Policy in NRW -- 2.7 The Open Data Exchange Between GovData and Open.NRW -- 2.8 Development of Open Data Policy in Bonn -- 2.9 Commitment Four: Consultation, Engagement, and Experience-Sharing -- 3 Conclusion -- Works Cited -- Erratum to: Digital Government
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