This paper analyzes the implementation of e-government strategies in Sardinia. with the aim to modernize, make public administration more efficient and transparent, improve the quality of services granted to citizens and businesses, reduce community costs, as well as to assist public administration in the facilitation of economic development within the country. Nonetheless, full egovernment implementation is still far from being complete. E-government and the digital divide, which have been relatively disconnected research areas, have important parallels and potential intersections. These parallels may be useful in understanding e-government projects and policies in a more comprehensive way and, consequently, for developing effective digital strategies.

The Digital Divide in Sardinia: a case study

CARRUS, P. P.;PINNA, R.;MELIS, G.
2010

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This paper analyzes the implementation of e-government strategies in Sardinia. with the aim to modernize, make public administration more efficient and transparent, improve the quality of services granted to citizens and businesses, reduce community costs, as well as to assist public administration in the facilitation of economic development within the country. Nonetheless, full egovernment implementation is still far from being complete. E-government and the digital divide, which have been relatively disconnected research areas, have important parallels and potential intersections. These parallels may be useful in understanding e-government projects and policies in a more comprehensive way and, consequently, for developing effective digital strategies.
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