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e-Government in Greece: opportunities for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of local government

By Panos Hahamis, Jennifer Iles and Mike Healy

Abstract

Currently in Greece, the Operational Programme for the Information Society (OPIS) is promoting ICT in the public sector. However, a content study of Greek government websites reveals that at local level e-government has generally not progressed beyond the information presentation stage. The findings of an online survey of government employees and interviews with key government officials suggest reasons for this. Recommendations are made for facilitating the development and implementation of full interactive local e-government

Topics: UOW11
Publisher: Academic Conferences International
OAI identifier: oai:westminsterresearch.wmin.ac.uk:2762
Provided by: WestminsterResearch

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