code CR414
credit_hours 3
title E-government
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prequisites CR226-CR315
credit hours 3
Description/Outcomes This course handles the E-government details from a practical point of view. The course is focused on real implementation from within the Middle East, especially in Egypt, and in the rest of the world. Cases from different countries considered to be pioneers in developing innovative e-governance applications are analyzed.
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objectives Using a multidisciplinary approach, the course provides key insights and practical guidelines on: ways to successfully implement e-government projects selecting application areas, project designs, strategies and their implementation benefits and impact of e-governance on public sector reform, poverty reduction and empowerment methodology for evaluating e-government projects and overall strategy formulation.
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ref. books -Implementing and managing E-Government, by Richard Heeks, Publisher: Sage Publication, ISBN: 07619 67915 (2006)rn-E-Government design applications and management by Ake Gronlound, Publisher: Idea group, ISBN: 1930708 19X(2002)rn
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textbook -Implementing and managing E-Government, by Richard Heeks, Publisher: Sage Publication, ISBN: 07619 67915.
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Course Content
content serial Description
1 E-Government overview
2 Approach to manage E-Government Systems
3 E-Government Strategy
4 Managing public data
5 A framework for Government design
6 Core management issues for E-Government
7 7th Week Exam
8 Implementing E-Government
9 E-government construction
10 Developing E-government Hybrids
11 Electronic voting & federal portal and democracy
12 12th Week Exam
13 Confidence in E-Government: legal issues for personal data privacy
14 Skills for E-service in public agencies
15 Cases studies E-Government in developed and developing countries
16 Final Exam