The effects of technology use on efficiency, transparency, and corruption in municipal governments: preliminary results from a citizen perspective

ABSTRACT: The idea that government transparency is directly related to the use of technology was boosted when Barack Obama’s Transparency Memorandum was published in 2009. According to this view, the implementation of information technologies in government has significant effects on efficiency, transparency, and corruption, among other variables. However, it is not clear if citizens perceiveContinue reading The effects of technology use on efficiency, transparency, and corruption in municipal governments: preliminary results from a citizen perspective

Reseña: Enacting Electronic Government Success, de J. Ramón Gil-García, Nueva York, Springer

El novedoso campo de estudio del gobierno electrónico se ha integra- do a partir de distintas dimensiones, lo que dificulta el enfoque en una sola y por ello debería estudiarse en forma in- tegral. Para empezar se trata de un campo que no termina de evolucionar, por el contrario su dinámica responde a los cambiosContinue reading Reseña: Enacting Electronic Government Success, de J. Ramón Gil-García, Nueva York, Springer

The Adoption of e-Government Services in Mexico: A Citizens’Perception Analysis

ABSTRACT Governments have provided services to citizens using means such as: face-to-face, regular mail, telephone, among others. These services have proven to be good channels of communication and interaction, but they have limitations. For example, services are provided only on times and days previously established and not all government personnel are service-oriented. These services canContinue reading The Adoption of e-Government Services in Mexico: A Citizens’Perception Analysis

Inter-organizational collaboration and performance of state e-government portals in Mexico: understanding the role of politics in the enactment process

This poster describes the progress of the project entitled “Inter-Organizational Collaboration and Performance of State E-Government Portals in Mexico”. We have presented two previous reports and this time we present the current status of the project, highlighting several of the case studies and some relationships among them. The empirical data collection will be completed withinContinue reading Inter-organizational collaboration and performance of state e-government portals in Mexico: understanding the role of politics in the enactment process