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E-government in Vanuatu: a whole-of-government approach

John Jack

Asia Pacific Journal of Public Administration, 2018, vol. 40, issue 4, 228-234

Abstract: This article examines developments and plans concerning the use of e-government in Vanuatu. It appreciates the significance of geography, climate and demography as drivers of whole-of-government initiatives, while also recognising the importance of specific organisational circumstances and needs. The experience addressed provides insights and lessons for other small island states which seek to transform their ICT systems and capabilities.

Date: 2018
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