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E-Government: A Practical Guide to the Legal Issues


ISBN13: 9780421794603
ISBN: 0421794607
Published: December 2003
Publisher: Sweet & Maxwell Ltd
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Paperback
Price: £78.00
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E-Government: A Practical Guide to the Legal Issues is a new reference work from Sweet and Maxwell that brings together into a single, affordable source, a wealth of commentary and materials from practitioners working in the many areas of law related to this initiative. E-Government: A Practical Guide to the Legal Issues offers detailed guidance on all the legal issues that need to be taken into account. E-Government: A Practical Guide to the Legal Issues is the only work designed to guide legal practitioners and project managers through the implementation of E-Government with reference to the related law and regulation. Formatted for ease of use, with a practical layout, checklists, case studies and worked examples, E-Government: A Practical Guide to the Legal Issues will ensure that users have a detailed understanding of the processes and pitfalls of an E-Government programme. * Part One - outlines the scope of E-Government, including background information, the policy framework, guidelines, other government papers and procurement issues * Part Two - includes clear explanation of best value, public sector powers and duties, and outsourcing * Part Three - examines the commercial i

Subjects:
Local Government Law, Constitutional and Administrative Law, Internet Law
Contents:
Introduction
Part 1 - Defining the Scope of Electronic Government
Part 2 - Implementing Electronic Government
Part 3 - The Implications of Electronic Government.