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A Strategic Orientation Model for the Turkish Local e-Governments

Aykut Arslan

MPRA Paper from University Library of Munich, Germany

Abstract: Increased environmental uncertainty and complexity along with budget constraints requires public organizations to manage strategically as never before. The environments of public organizations have become increasingly turbulent and more firmly interconnected. During the past two decades, governments have innovated new management tools such as strategic planning, outsourcing, and performance measurement to deal with complex governance and networks to provide their public services. Meanwhile, the drive to implement e-government has resulted in the formulation of many e-government visions and strategies, driven by their own sets of political, economic, and social factors and requirements. With this regard, recent developments in e-service provision of Turkish Local e-Governments deserve empirical and well-structured research. Building on the recent literature, this study draws a strategic orientation framework and tests it by analyzing the contents of strategic documents of 114 Turkish Local e-Governments.

Keywords: Turkish Local e-Governments; e-Government Strategy; Strategic Orientation Model (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: O1 O18 H1 H7 O3 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
Date: 2009-03
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Published in 1st International Conference on eGovernment and eGovernance Proceedings 1.2(2009): pp. 219-234

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