This paper presents a multidisciplinary methodology for developing public eProcurement (eProc.) projects in countries whose economy are either emerging, developing or in transition. The focus is on the first part of the methodology, namely eReadiness. Our aim is to bring out a number of issues, which are currently challenging many eGovernment projects through an integrated approach by encompassing sociological, economic, organizational, legal and technological factors.

Cammarota, G., Scipioni, S., Russo, R., Corsi, M., Ciriaci, D., Telaro, M., et al. (2006). Multidisciplinary models and guidelines for eProcurement projects: The eReadiness phase. In IFIP World Computer Congress 2006.

Multidisciplinary models and guidelines for eProcurement projects: The eReadiness phase

TELARO, MICHELE;MAURINO, ANDREA;CABITZA, FEDERICO ANTONIO NICCOLO' AMEDEO;BATINI, CARLO
2006

Abstract

This paper presents a multidisciplinary methodology for developing public eProcurement (eProc.) projects in countries whose economy are either emerging, developing or in transition. The focus is on the first part of the methodology, namely eReadiness. Our aim is to bring out a number of issues, which are currently challenging many eGovernment projects through an integrated approach by encompassing sociological, economic, organizational, legal and technological factors.
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multidisciplinary, models, guidelines, eprocurement, ereadiness
English
IFIP World Computer Congress 2006
Cammarota, G., Scipioni, S., Russo, R., Corsi, M., Ciriaci, D., Telaro, M., et al. (2006). Multidisciplinary models and guidelines for eProcurement projects: The eReadiness phase. In IFIP World Computer Congress 2006.
Cammarota, G; Scipioni, S; Russo, R; Corsi, M; Ciriaci, D; Telaro, M; Maurino, A; Cabitza, F; Batini, C
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