Enterprise Content Management, Records Management and Information Culture Amidst e-Government Develo

Scope and audienceStructure of the booke-Government development and its impact on information managemente-Government developmentThe public sector information directiveInformation infrastructureElectronic archiving and registrationThe development of common specificationsBusiness process management and information managementConclusionReferencesRecords management The current information landscape and the proliferating information acronymsDocument management (DM)Information resource management (IRM)Web content management (WCM)Information governance (IG)Enterprise content management (ECM)Enterprise content management and records management (ECRM)Records managementRecords and their role in societyProvenanceE-readinessElectronic records management systemsConclusionReferencesEnterprise content management (ECM) Enterprise content managementEnterprise content management definitionsECM development driving factorsStructured, weakly structured, and unstructured contentThe ECM salient factorsEnterprise architectureBusiness process managementChange managementCollaborationKnowledge managementSystem integrationThe life cycle information managementConclusionReferencesTwo principles governing the management of records The life-cycle modelThe Records Continuum ModelThe use of the models in practiceConclusionReferencesDifferences and similarities between enterprise content management and records managementIntroductionThe study on the information management strategies of the two Swedish municipalitiesThe literature review resultsThe overlap between enterprise content management and the information management strategies of the two municipalitiesConclusionReferencesInformation culture IntroductionDefinitions of information cultureInformation culture models and typologiesInformation culture and business successExploring information culture using the Information Culture Framework (ICF)The records governance model and trust in organizational systemsConclusionReferencesInterview ScheduleIntroductionTransparency and accountabilityAccess to government informationPromoting transparency and accountabilityAddressing past harms in postconflict societiesConclusionReferences
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