eGovernance practice and potential in the local government sector
AuthorBarlow, Sheryl; CHEN, PETER; Chimonyo, Janet; Lyon, Alison; O'Loughlin, Brendan
Source TitleProceedings, Australasian Political Studies Association Conference
University of Melbourne Author/sCHEN, PETER
AffiliationArts: Centre for Public Policy
Arts: Education Policy and Management
Document TypeConference Paper
CitationsBarlow, S., Chen, P., Chimonyo, J., Lyon, A., & O'Loughlin, B. (2003). eGovernance practice and potential in the local government sector. In, Proceedings, Australasian Political Studies Association Conference, University of Tasmania, Hobart.
Access StatusOpen Access
This paper presents initial findings of a research project into the current extent of, demand for, and strategic inhibiters / facilitators to / for the development of electronic governance (eGovernance) in the local government sector in Australia. Undertaken by members of the sector in Victoria, in conjunction with the Centre for Public Policy of the University of Melbourne, the project is will produce a final detailed strategic report by the middle of 2004. Based on the results of survey data collected by members of the project team during 2002-3, this paper argues that the local government sector, as typified by municipalities in the state of Victoria , can be seen to have an interest in a broad range of activities that fall under the rubric of eGovernance as defined within.
KeywordseGovernance; local government; Australia
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