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Transforming Government : People, Process and Policy (TGPPP) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-15]
|Subscription required |Not DEST Approved |On Scopus database |Not on ISI database |Refereed according to Ulrichs | ACPHIS Rank 'B' |[paper/ejournal] [instructions]

Transforming Government publishes leading scholarly and practitioner research on the subject of transforming Government through its people, processes and policy. Unique and progressive in its approach, the journal seeks to recognise both the multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary perspectives of eGovernment, and welcomes both pure and applied research that impacts central and local Government. International perspectives are also welcome. The journal is also interested in exploring how research carried out in the private sector can be applied to the public sector as a means of improving efficiency and effectiveness. Coverage is international and focused on original research in eGovernment ICT, service chain issues, public sector management, policy implications of developing an eGovernment environment, and organisational and human resource issues. Areas of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Electronic Government Applications: Government to citizen; Government to business; Government to Government; and Government to employees
  • Process management and integration
  • Governance and electronic democracy
  • Benefits, barriers and risks of electronic government
  • Information Policy
  • Electronic Information Security Management
  • Information Privacy
  • Information Access
  • Information Systems
  • Internal Government Processes and Intranets
  • Technology Adoption and Diffusion
  • Service Chain Management

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