European Journal of ePractice
>> European Journal of ePractice issue: Digital Strategies for Government and Business
This issue whose submission deadline is 29 June 2012 aims to tackle a number of questions, among which: What does it take to transform government by ICT? Or, should the ambitions be lowered? What can realistically be achieved and what cannot? Which strategic frameworks do or should inform the deployment of ICT-based solutions in government?
>> European Journal of ePractice issue: New Business Models in eGovernment
This issue whose submission deadline is 29 June 2012 focuses on possible new business models for eGovernment. Welcome submissions include real-world eGovernment modifications to business models in both the European Union and internationally, including the necessary supporting legal and regulatory frameworks, and public accountability and reassurance (trust) mechanisms; examples of alternative eGovernment business models, such as gains-sharing – including benefits-funded models and shared savings models; enablers and barriers, and cost-benefit analysis of new business models in eGovernment.
ePractice.eu Workshop Report
The report from the recent workshop 'EU-US cooperation on eHealth' which took place in Copenhagen, Denmark at the beginning of May, during eHealth Week 2012, is now available for your review.
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