Information interoperability evaluation model for public web sites



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Martínez Usero, José Ángel and Beltrán Orenes, María Pilar and Martínez Comeche, Juan Antonio and San Segundo Manuel, Rosa (2006) Information interoperability evaluation model for public web sites. In Current research in Information Sciences and Technologies. Open Institute of Knowledge, Badajoz, pp. 453-457. ISBN 8461131045

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The research project is based on the recently adopted European Interoperability Framework and its Spanish equivalent in order to design an evaluation model to identify key aspects related to information and knowledge interoperability in public organizations. The main objective of the project is oriented to diffuse the information interoperability standards in public organizations and to foster the usage of new techniques and procedures for information integration and management. The method used to carry out the research consists of three main phases: the analysis of information interoperability related technologies, the design of a model to evaluate information interoperability in public web sites, and the empirical analysis of key factors affecting information interoperability. The project main result is an electronic tutorial to facilitate the information and knowledge evaluation process in public organizations and to plan the conversion from non-interoperable technologies and formats to interoperable ones.

Item Type:Book Section
Uncontrolled Keywords:Information interoperability; Public web sites; e-Government; Evaluation
Subjects:Social sciences > Library science and documentation > Information management
Social sciences > Political science > Public administration
Sciences > Computer science > Internet
ID Code:5925
Deposited On:30 Oct 2006
Last Modified:06 Feb 2014 07:46

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