|Title||e-Government in Greece: bridging the gap between need and reality|
|Authors||Hahamis, P., Iles, J. and Healy, M.|
Increased use of Information and Communication Technology (ICT) in all layers of society, and especially in the public sector, is being promoted by the EU through various programmes and frameworks. Although Greece is keen to promote the information society, e government appears shyly on the horizon, mainly with the establishment of citizen service centres’. The reasons why full interactive online presence is still in its infancy in Greece, at least at a local government level, are considered and recommendations made for further research.
|Keywords||Information society, e government, Greece, public sector, local government|
|Journal||Electronic Journal of e-Government|
|Journal citation||3 (4), pp. 185-192|
|Web address (URL)||http://www.ejeg.com/volume-3/vol3-iss4/Hahamisetal.pdf|