Journal of E-Governance
Formerly known as I-Ways, Journal of E-Government Policy and Regulation.
Volume 34; 4 issues
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Status Report: Last issue (volume 34:2) online on 01 February 2011
Next issue (volume 34:3) scheduled for May 2011
Aims and Scope
Submission of Manuscripts
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EditorMr. Russell Pipe
Chevy Chase, MD
Managing EditorMr. Thanom Di-inkham
CounselMr. N. Alfred Pasternak
Pasternak & Fidis
Washington CorrespondentMrs. Lynne L. Gallagher
Associate EditorMr. Timothy G. Donovan
TDRS and IOS Press, Inc.
instructions to authors.
While the focus of news and articles describing e-Governance programs will be worldwide, there is a consensus by most national governments, international organizations, non-governmental bodies and others involved in economic and social development that e-Governance represents the most cost-effective and efficient process to pursue in developing countries to accelerate economic development as well as progressive democratic institutions. In addition to national and municipal e-Governance programs, the work of a number of intergovernmental organizations, including the World Bank, the European Union, the UN Development Program and OECD will be reported on regularly.
A newsletter prepared by the International Academy of Chief Information Officers (IAC) is to be published in each issue of the journal. The initiatives of organizations such as the United Nations University Center for Electronic Governance, Open Cities Portal Foundation (OCPF) and other leading research and policy-oriented organizations will be reported on regularly. International conferences and events across the world will also receive special attention.
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