Government 3.0 – Next Generation Government Technology Infrastructure and Services

Roadmaps, Enabling Technologies & Challenges

  • Adegboyega  Ojo
  • Jeremy Millard

Part of the Public Administration and Information Technology book series (PAIT, volume 32)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xviii
  2. Peter Winstanley
    Pages 27-36
  3. Johann Höchtl, Judith Schossböck, Thomas J. Lampoltshammer, Peter Parycek
    Pages 37-61
  4. Wassim Derguech, Edward Curry, Sami Bhiri
    Pages 111-134
  5. Fatemeh Ahmadi Zeleti, Adegboyega Ojo
    Pages 135-171
  6. Umair ul Hassan, Souleiman Hasan, Wassim Derguech, Louise Hannon, Eoghan Clifford, Christos Kouroupetroglou et al.
    Pages 173-196
  7. Vittorio Scarano, Delfina Malandrino, Michael Baker, Françoise Détienne, Jerry Andriessen, Mirjam Pardijs et al.
    Pages 197-218
  8. Fatemeh Ahmadi Zeleti, Adegboyega Ojo
    Pages 219-239
  9. Michael Hogan, Adegboyega Ojo, Owen Harney, Erna Ruijer, Albert Meijer, Jerry Andriessen et al.
    Pages 299-332
  10. Teresa Scassa, Amy Conroy
    Pages 333-353
  11. Back Matter
    Pages 355-363

About this book


Historically, technological change has had significant effect on the locus of administrative activity, cost of carrying out administrative tasks, the skill sets needed by officials to effectively function, rules and regulations, and the types of interactions citizens have with their public authorities. Next generation Public Sector Innovation will be  “Government 3.0” powered by innovations related to Open and big data, administrative and business process management, Internet-of-Things and blockchains for public sector innovation to drive improvements in service delivery, decision and policy making and resource management. This book provides fresh insights into this transformation while also examining possible negative side effects of the increasing ope

nness of governments through the adoption of these new innovations. The goal is for technology policy makers to engage with the visions of Government 3.0 . Researchers should be able to critically examine some of the innovations described in the book as the basis for developing research agendas related to challenges associated with the adoption and use of some of the associated technologies.  The book serves as a rich source of materials from leading experts in the field that enables Public administration practitioners to better understand how these new technologies impact traditional public administration paradigms. The book is suitable for graduate courses in Public Sector Innovation, Innovation in Public Administration, E-Government and Information Systems. Public sector technology policy makers, e-government, information systems and public administration researchers and practitioners should all benefit from reading this book.


Big Open Linked Data E-Government ICT Communications Open Data Predictive Analytics Smart Government

Editors and affiliations

  • Adegboyega  Ojo
    • 1
  • Jeremy Millard
    • 2
  1. 1.Insight Centre for Data AnalyticsNational University of Ireland GalwayLower Dangan, GalwayIreland
  2. 2.Danish Technological InstituteTaastrupDenmark

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