Learning to Connect: a Training Model for Public Sector on Advanced E-Government Services and Inter-Organizational Cooperation

Nunzio Casalino


Accomplishing interoperability among public information systems is a complex task not only by the variety of technological specifications and by the nature of the organisations in which the systems are implemented, but also because a detailed evaluation and analysis of the multiple aspects involved is lacking. The aim of this paper is to identify and summarize the main aspects regarding the field of interoperability (strategic frameworks, laws, regulations, specific requirements, organizational and technical issues) by means of the location and assessment of works that focus on the identification and analysis of the barriers, issues and risk factors involved in IS corporate learning in public sector. The training model proposed and the project described are based on the analysis of several themes such as bond interconnection, information sharing, and processes integration between public European administrations.


Public sector; life long distance learning; change management; e-government

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International Journal of Advanced Corporate Learning (iJAC) – ISSN: 1867-5565
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