EGovernment Frameworks

Bringing citizens and public authorities nearer together with information and communication technologies through the development of e-Government is a complex task. To understand the challenges and pitfalls of e-Government programs, the course develops several frameworks of study and development: strategic, conceptual and organizational; architectural, in relation to standards and operational; economic and in relation to public-private partnerships; as well as aspects related to the participation of citizens.


Code 52028
Type Course
Site Neuchâtel
Track(s) T5 – Information Systems and Decision Support
Semester S2022


Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of the module “e-Government Frameworks”, you will be able to:

  • determine the scale and scope of an e-Government project
  • understand the impacts of an existing architectural framework on the success factors of a project
  • analyse the relationship between an authority and its clients (citizens, businesses) that is implicit in the functioning modus of an e-Government system
  • define a set of architecture principles for the framework of an e-Government program
  • analyse the structure and main drivers of e-Government inside an application domain (e.g. e-health, e-democracy, e-administration, etc.)
Lecturer(s) Alain Sandoz
Language english
Course Page

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Schedules and Rooms

Period Weekly
Schedule Monday, 14:15 - 18:00
Location UniNE, Unimail
Room B013

Additional information


First Lecture
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