Tag Archive | "Revenue & Customs"

Fathoming the Introduction of E-Government Processes: a Qualitative Study in Greece

E-Government could be perceived as a driving force for the use of Information and Communication Technology in the transformation of governmental operations. From the governmental perspective it is essential that the transformed operations would be more efficient and effective. In this study using a series of interviews and thus a qualitative research methodology we further explore and draw insights on the introduction of e-Government processes in the Revenue & Customs department in Greece. We are particularly interested in the reluctance to change when changes are introduced, the tangible benefits from the changes, and most notably as if the imposed changes are perceived to be value-for-money.

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Posted in Information Technology, Volume IV, Issue no. 6

On the Introduction of E-Government Processes in an EU Revenue & Customs Department: Reluctance to Change, Tangible Benefits and Value-for-Money Investments

E-Government could be seen by and large as the use of Information and Communication Technology in the transformation of governmental. When you look it from the governmental perspective it is essential
that the transformed operations should be more efficient and effective. In this study using a qualitative research methodology and respective instruments we the introduction of e-Government processes in the Revenue &
Customs department of an EU country. We focus on: a) the reluctance to change faced when those changes are introduced, b) the tangible benefits from the changes, and c) the perception as if the imposed changes are really value for money. Coming as no surprise, and despite the clear and sustainable benefits that these changes bring, it is always quite difficult to easily accept the forthcoming changes.

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Posted in Economics, Volume IV, Issue no. 4