A methodology for the redesign of the electoral process to an e-electoral process

A methodology for the redesign of the electoral process to an e-electoral process In this paper, we suggest a generic reengineering methodology for the organised redesign of the electoral process to an e-electoral process. Based on the hypothesis that the electoral process has been through a 'silent' reengineering phase, we present the process reengineering concepts that can be used to depict the redesign of the electoral process to an e-electoral process through the use of ICTs. After reviewing existing business process reengineering (BPR) methodologies, the use of BPR in government provided services and existing electoral process arrangements, we provide a five-stage outline of the suggested reengineering methodology. Finally, we discuss the benefits of its implementation and suggest areas for its prospective application. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png International Journal of Electronic Governance Inderscience Publishers

A methodology for the redesign of the electoral process to an e-electoral process

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Abstract

In this paper, we suggest a generic reengineering methodology for the organised redesign of the electoral process to an e-electoral process. Based on the hypothesis that the electoral process has been through a 'silent' reengineering phase, we present the process reengineering concepts that can be used to depict the redesign of the electoral process to an e-electoral process through the use of ICTs. After reviewing existing business process reengineering (BPR) methodologies, the use of BPR in government provided services and existing electoral process arrangements, we provide a five-stage outline of the suggested reengineering methodology. Finally, we discuss the benefits of its implementation and suggest areas for its prospective application.

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International Journal of Electronic GovernanceInderscience Publishers

Published: Jan 1, 2007

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