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Links to the rest of the world

On this page you will find a collection of links to important projects, documents, organisations and meeting places. This is a sub-set of links presented on the Norwegian Semicolon II-pages. Please inform the web-editor about sources that should be added on this page.
SEMIC.EU (Semantic Interoperability Centre Europe) – a EU-prosjekt aiming at interoperability between European eGovernment-services.
SemanticGov – Providing Integrated Public Services to Citizens at the National and Pan-European level with the use of Emerging Semantic Web Technologies.
Survey report Survey of Trends and Developments in the Use of Electronic Services for Taxpayer Service Delivery. OECD, March 2010.
UN E-Government Survey 2008. From E-Government to Connected Governance.
IDABC: Draft document as basis for EIF v 2.0
European Interoperability Framework
 is an EU-initiative.
Linking up Europe: the Importance of Interoperability for eGovernment Services.
eGovernment-status in European countries.
Manuela Finetti: Interoperability matters.

European Journal of ePractice nº 10: Implementing eAccessibility as a service quality factor.European Journal of ePractice nº 9: Government 2.0 – Hype, Hope, or Reality?
European Journal of ePractice nº 8: eHealth and beyond.
European Journal of ePractice nº 7: eParticipation.
European Journal of ePractice nº 6: Key enablers for eTransformation? eID, Interoperability and Open Source?
European Journal of ePractice nº 5: High impact services.
European Journal of ePractice nº 4: Efficiency and efffectiveness.
European Journal of ePractice nº 3: Inclusive e-services.
European Journal of ePractice nº 2: New e-ways of doing the Government’s job.
European Journal of ePractice nº 1: The socio-technical nature of good practice exchange.

Electronic Government, an International Journal (EG) by Inderscience publishers.
Electronic Journal of e-Government by Academic Conferences Limited.
Government Information Quarterly (GIQ) by ElsevierInformation Polity av IOS Press.
International Journal of Electronic Governance (IJEG) by Inderscience publishers.
International Journal of Electronic Government Research (IJEGR) by IGI Publishers.
Journal of Information Technology & Politics by Haworth Press.
Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy by Emerald.

IDABC – Interoperable Delivery of European eGovernment Services to public Administrations, Businesses and Citizens.
NorStella – Foundation for e-Business and Trade Procedures (Norway).
Semantic Days 2011

11th European Conference on eGovernment – ECEG 2011
eChallenges e-2011

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