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WiBe Recommendation 4.1 (2007)

Recommendations on Economic Efficiency Assessments in the German Federal Administration,

in Particular with Regard to the Use of Information Technology (current Version 4.1 – 2007; edited by WiBe-TEAM PR 2011 & 2013):

WiBe41_TCBO-EN-Recommendations-on-Economic-Efficiency-Assessments

Germany’s National E-Government Strategy 2010

The joint National E-Government Strategy of the federal, state and local governments is sensitive to the economic, social and technological developments which have a great influence on tomorrow’s public administration. This strategy consciously relies on the principles of federalism, the division of powers, subsidiarity, local self-government and

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Smarter, Faster, Better eGovernment – 8th Benchmark Measurement | November 2009

excerpt: Country Report GERMANY … Germany achieved growth in broadband access and internet use. However eGovernment availability, and usage, particularly among business has slightly stagnated. Germany has a very comprehensive eGovernment programme, which is in a state of change, towards the new 2.0 paradigm of (e)participation, administrative

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Cloud computing – Forecasting change

The goal of this brochure is to enable “hype-free” discussion on Cloud computing and align actors around a common understanding. We hope that, like us, you will be convinced of the compelling power of Cloud computing, not just because of its advantages, but also by understanding the

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Economics of the Cloud: Business Value Assessments

Gartner RAS Core Research Note G00168554 2009 This research defines and quantitatively assesses the key business values of the clpud computing paradigm and compares them with the business values of a traditional on-site computing paradigm. Read more …

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Economic Efficiency Assessments with the WiBe framework

Planning and approving ICT projects requires founded, methodical calculation and documentation of pending costs and anticipated benefits – not just an exa­mi­na­tion of a project’s feasibility. … This is where the WiBe® Framework comes in.

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WiBe Enterprise Case Study: Server Migration – Economic Efficiency Assessment

For many companies with a heterogeneous infrastructure, the decision to initiate migration for their data centre is an important theme. This study introduces a concept imple­men­ted worldwide to reliably assess up  front the economic efficiency of future-planned IT invest­ments.

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The WiBe Framework (Germany)

Overview of an European Measurement Approach to eGovernment Efficiency Assessment and User Satisfaction. Paper presented to Emilia-Romagna Regional Government in connection to research on “Creation and experimentation of a methodology for ex ante appraisal/evaluation of eGovernment investments” 2009/2010

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eGovMoNet: thematic network on measuring eGovernment impact and user satisfaction

WiBe-TEAM has been partner in the eGovernment monitor network ‘eGovMoNet’, promoted by the European commission in its Competitiveness & Innovation Framework Pro­gramme (CIP). eGovMoNet shared experiences with numerous European public organizations and providers involved in e-Government, and investigated the impact of e-Government services. The implementation of eGovernment

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QAF Quality Assurance Framework for eGovernance Projects in India – integrating WiBe framework and ISO 9126

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Australia (2009) Engage. Getting on with Government 2.0, some quotations …

The promise of Government 2.0 By embracing Government 2.0 we can: make our democracy more participatory and informed improve the quality and responsiveness of services in areas like education, health and environmental management, and at the same time deliver these services with greater agility and efficiency cultivate

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