1. Introduction.- 2. Rethinking E-government Evaluation.- 3. Data Openness Evaluation: How open is your public Government data?.- 4. Measuring Usability to Improve the Efficiency of Electronic Signature-based E-Government Solutions.- 5. State-of-the-art review: Measuring efficiency and impact.- 6. Generic Mechanisms reflecting Technology Adoption Decisions: Lessons from the UK e-Voting Pilot Schemes.- 7. Measuring E-Government Efficiency from the Perspective of Implementers: The Case of E-Budgeting in Mexico.- 8. Public manager' perceptions of Spanish e-government efficiency at the municipal level: A case study.- 9. E-government and social media: the challenges and risks of online activities by civil servants.- 10. Managing E-government development. Stakeholder views from providers and citizens.- 11. Manchester as a Digital Powerhouse: Governing the ICT-related Developments.- 12. Digital Divide and the Study of Electronic Government Demand. An Empirical Analysis of Spain.- 13. A Quantitative Study to Assess the Probable Success Factors Effective on Different Stakeholder Groups in Turkish e-Government Transformation.- 14. Perceptions about e-participation effectiveness. A multistakeholder perspective.- 15. Conclusion.
Analyzes the perceptions of efficiency of e-government technologies by public sector officials and politicians
Focuses on how e-government efficiency could be measured and why similar e-government initiatives result in different outcomes in different contexts
Investigates why public managers and politicians are undertaking e-government projects and why stakeholders could be forcing public administrations to undertake e-government projects