Electronic government services over the Internet (e.g. application forms, driving licenses, etc.)
E-government is government agencies working together to use information and communications technology so that they can better provide individuals and businesses with government services and information.
Delivering local government service through electronic means. Electronic means includes telephone and fax, and increasingly the internet (whether accessed through a PC, digital TV, phone or other device). Electronic access may be direct, or mediated through call centres or front offices in which the operator has access to information electronically and can seek information or complete transactions on behalf of members of the public who prefer to conduct business face to face or by telephone. For more information visit the ODPM Local Government Performance website.
The provision of government services over the Internet.
The use of computer and communications technology to modernise and improve government services.
e-government: a one-way process of government services being offered and accessed online. [http://www.ictadvice.org.uk/index.php?section=tl&catcode=as_cu_pr_sub_02&rid=1800&wn=1
Digital administration. A description of digital and modern procedures applied in public administration, focusing on the needs of citizens and businesses.
E-government entails providing citizens with government information and services on-line; in Canada, "Government On-line".
The application of e-business technologies and strategies to government organizations.
'Electronic Government' refers to the use of electronic technology in all aspects of government. Local e-Government is helping to transform public services, supporting central government in their aim of achieving full electronic delivery of priority services in ways which put the customer first.
Using improved Internet-based technology to make it easy for citizens and businesses to interact with the government, save taxpayer dollars, and streamline citizen-to-government communications (E-Gov 2003).
Providing government services and information using information and communications technologies, like the internet.
the use of information and communication technologies (ICTs), and particularly the Internet, as a tool to achieve better government.
A number of initiatives designed to allow more aspects of government and local government to be delivered via electronic processes. Many of these relate to the use of the internet but also include using smart cards for applications such as using leisure facilities, parking in a specific local government area etc.
Using information technology to deliver government services directly to the customer 24 hours a day. The customer can be a citizen, a business, or another government entity. E-government delivers services in a manner that is most convenient for the customer, while at the same time allowing government to provide those services at a significantly cheaper cost.
The delivery of government services using electronic information systems (especially internet technologies).
the transformation of public-sector internal and external relationships through Internet-enabled operations and information and communication technologies to optimise government service delivery, constituency participation and internal government processes.
E-government applies concepts of electronic commerce (e.g. information and marketing through Web sites, selling to customers on-line) to government operations. Some initiatives have included posting Government of Canada information and communication on Web sites, providing on-line services to clients, and collaborating with partners on-line.
A technology employed by the government with the objective of providing the population easy access to government information and services, by electronic means, so as to improve the quality of services and enable the population to participate in its institutions and democratic processes.
is the process of transforming government, so that the use of the Internet and electronic processes are central to the way that government operates.
The use of information technology to provide citizens with access to government information and services over the internet. For government this requires an examination of their current practices to see how they can be adapted or even transformed for electronic delivery.
Governmental services that can be performed electronically via the Internet.
carrying out government related business over the internet
When the government of a countries gives its services through electronic means, especially over the Internet. People do not have to go personally to particular departments to avail themselves of public services.
eGovernment consists in the delivery of government information and services using Internet technology.
Government (from electronic government, also known as e-gov, digital government, online government or in a certain context transformational government) refers to governmentâ€™s use of information and communication technology (ICT) to exchange information and services with citizens, businesses, and other arms of government. e-Government may be applied by legislature, judiciary, or administration, in order to improve internal efficiency, the delivery of public services, or processes of democratic governance. The primary delivery models are Government-to-Citizen or Government-to-Customer (G2C), Government-to-Business (G2B) and Government-to-Government (G2G). The most important anticipated benefits of e-government include improved efficiency, convenience, and better accessibility of public services.