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Advances in Digital Government by William J. McIver Jr., Ahmed K. Elmagarmid

By William J. McIver Jr., Ahmed K. Elmagarmid

Advances In electronic Government offers a suite of in-depth articles that addresses a consultant cross-section of the matrix of matters concerned about enforcing electronic govt platforms. those articles represent a survey of either the technical and coverage dimensions concerning the layout, making plans and deployment of electronic executive structures. The study and improvement initiatives in the technical measurement characterize a variety of governmental features, together with the provisioning of healthiness and human companies, administration of strength info, multi-agency integration, and legal justice purposes. The technical concerns handled in those tasks contain database and ontology integration, allotted architectures, scalability, and defense and privateness. The human components learn emphasizes compliance with entry criteria for the disabled and the coverage articles include either conceptual types for constructing electronic govt structures in addition to actual administration studies and effects in deploying them.
Advances In electronic Government provides electronic executive concerns from the views of alternative groups and societies. This geographic and social variety illuminates a distinct array of coverage and social views, exposing practitioners to new and worthy methods of brooding about electronic govt.

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Citizens and government officials would benefit from automated and semi-automated data management services that could be used to dynamically discover information from such a source and notify them of Introduction 15 associations between items discovered and other units of government information in which they are interested. 8 Temporal relations There exist temporal relations over many government documents that are important to users. For example, many government agencies make requests for comments on regulations they are proposing via their Web sites and through other media; these requests usually have deadlines by which people must respond.

U.. , have in recent years passed laws that make digital signatures legal forms of authentication and that, in some cases, allow government to serve as a certification authority for such signatures (EU 1999; State of California 1995). Non-repudiation policies address a person’s rights and abilities to refute a claim that a signature belongs to them. In other words, under sound conditions for non-repudiation, a person would be legally and technically unable to repudiate a signature they made. From a technical perspective, digital signatures created using public key encryption can implement nonrepudiation because a message and its reputed sender’s public key can be used in combination to verify that a digital signature used to “sign” the message was created using both the sender’s private key and the message.

Attempts have been made to address this issue. A comprehensive classification scheme was developed in 1994 in support of the Global Information Locator Service (GILS). GILS defines a way of describing any information produced by the government so that it is easier for users to locate. net). XML DTDs have been developed to allow the semantic information represented by various government information classification schemes such as MARC to be embedded in on-line government documents. The MARC 21 version of the MARC standard, adopted in the late 1990s, has been mapped to various other meta-data standards, including the XML-based Dublin Core and ONIX standards, GILS and the Digital Geospatial Metadata standard.

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