OECD e-Government Studies: Denmark 2006

This book presents a systematic overview of the development of and challenges facing e-government in Denmark.  It includes an examination of the context and structure within which e-government operates; the case for e-government, and external barriers to e-government.  It then examines planning and leadership issues, organisational change, common frameworks and collaboration, user focus, and monitoring and evaluation.  Two case studies  and six annexes supplement the main report.