By Mehdi Khosrowpour
Training E-Government: an international standpoint offers numerous chapters overlaying some of the very important subject matters in e-government, and is meant to elicit reviews, increase issues and open discussion as e-government courses for mainstream society are regularly carried out. This publication additionally responds to e-government's current shortcomings, whereas exploring a renewed realizing of e-governmentвЂ™s visions and responsiveness. In training E-Government: a world standpoint, execs collaborate and percentage most sensible practices in order to take the fundamental proposal of electronic govt and proceed to reinforce the frameworks that inspire innovation and adoption, relocating e-government towards its objective of straightforward entry for the hundreds. This invaluable choice of contributions during this very important rising expertise quarter is instrumental in broadening our knowing of e-government applied sciences and power.
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Following on from the previous issue, there is a need to evaluate not only the outcomes of e-strategies at governmental level, but also whether the strategies chosen have been well calculated to achieve their goals. This is because it is not simply important to know the end or “summative” results of a strategy. It is usually essential to know if the strategy could have been made more successful by changes which might have been brought about by the policymakers and managers concerned, so that “formative” conclusions can be reached which can allow policy learning to take place.
Until these arguments can be resolved, major resource wastage is likely to occur. Clearly this example has been made simple for illustrative purposes. However, we suggest it is sufficiently realistic to demonstrate the point that it would be unwise to take at face value any set of “organisational objectives” which purport to represent all stakeholders and to aid decision making in all contexts. KEY ISSUES IN PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT AND EVALUATION OF E-GOVERNMENT AND E-GOVERNANCE In this section, we outline a number of key issues which need to be tackled in developing appropriate frameworks for measurement and evaluation of e-government and e-governance: • What criteria can governments develop to assess trade-offs in policy making, for example between efficiency and improved participation and accountability?
This is certainly the case in relation to the opportunities offered by the digital revolution. Few of the documents on e-government and e-governance which have been published by member governments to date have provided clarity on objectives and the priorities between them. Moreover, as argued in the previous section, governments have not been stakeholder specific in their declared aims and priorities in e-government and e-governance, often assuming that all stakeholders will perceive and prioritize the same benefits (and disbenefits).