Information Technology for Adoption and Intelligent Design of e-Government Procedures (ITAIDE)
Governments are faced with demands to increase controls on security, safety and international (economic) crime, without increasing an already significant administrative load shared by all parties. It is therefore vital to obtain and use timely information about business transactions and relate this directly to the passage of goods, services and people. However, this information gathering is very costly for organisations, business and public administration. Finding the right balance therefore between control and cost of information gathering is the key to increase competitiveness locally, nationally and internationally. ITAIDE researches and develops new ways of addressing these conflicting goals. Existing best practices in inter-organizational information sharing based on electronic documents, such as e-Invoicing and various national e-Customs projects, are analyzed and results directed to design ICT, policy and practice for use in Living Lab settings. The Living Labs act as action research settings to test the applied use of R&D outcomes of ITAIDE. The Living Labs extend over time and geography, re-using best practice and deploy to new European settings as the key outcome of this project (ITAIDE was previously referred to as ITIADE).
Feb 01, 2005 09:30 AM
Mar 22, 2005 12:30 PM
Yao-Hua Tan, Allen Higgins
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