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Vol 1, No 1, January  2009

Ajay Kr. Singh & Vandna Sharma
“E-Governance and E-Government: A Study of  Some Initiative”s

Cenk Sozen & H. Okan Yeloglu
“Interorganizational and Interdepartmental Resource Dependency of E-Government Applications”

Isaac Olawale Albert
“Whose E-Governance?: A Critique of Online Citizen Engagement in Africa”

Jean Vincent Fonou Dombeu
“Ontology Supporting E-Government Initiatives for Development Projects Monitoring in Sub Saharan Africa”

Vol 1, No 2, July  2009

Tunc D. Medeni & Tolga Medeni & Asim Balci & Ozkan Dalbay
“Suggesting A Framework for Transition Towards More Interoperable E-Government in Turkey: A Nautilus Model of  Cross-Cultural Knowledge Creation and Organizational Learning”

Maria Victoria G. Pineda
“Pragmatic Use of ICT for Effective Disaster Management Governance and Participation”

Nur Sat
“E-Municipality for Citizen-Oriented Administration”

Tolga Medeni & Mustafa Sagsan & Tunc Medeni & Asim Balci & Merih Taskaya
“Developing An E-Government Education Programme Curriculum Based on Knowledge Management Paradigms to Support Institutional Transformation”