Chapter One Development Process: Chinese E-governance from Exploration to Comprehensive Promotion.- Chapter Two Overall Framework: The Basic Pattern and Evolution of the Development of E-governance in China.- Chapter Three Effects of Development: E-governance Fully Supports Construction of Service-Oriented Government.- Chapter Four Open Information: Creating a Transparent Sunshine Government.- Chapter Five Online Services: Using Big Data to Creat Intelligent Government Web Portals.- Chapter Six Online Political Participation: Establishing New Mechanisms for Interaction Between the Government and the Public.- Chapter Seven Spreading to the Basal level: "The Last Mile" of E-governance Public Services.- Chapter Eight Application of New Technologies: Driving Changes in the Development of E-governance.- Chapter Nine Assessing Results: Important Drivers of Healthy, Sustainable Development in E-governance.- Chapter Ten Innovative Models: Progress Made by Local Governments.
Du Ping is a researcher, deputy director of the State Information
Center, and deputy director of the National
E-governanceE-governance Extranet Management Center. He is also
deputy director of the National School of Administration Expert
Committee on E-governanceE-governance, vice president of the China
Information Industry Association, as well as executive manager of
the China Sustainable Development Research Association, member of
the China Geographical Society, and executive manager of the China
Association of Regional Economies. He is mainly responsible for and
participates in national planning for regional economic
development, development of national territory, ecological and
environmental protection, sustainable development, and western
development, national strategic research and the formulation of
related policies, the training of National Development and Reform
Commission leaders, and management work for the introduction of
knowledge from abroad.
Yu Shiyang is a Ph.D. and researcher. He is currently deputy director of the State Information Center Information Research Department, executive deputy director of the National Development and Reform Commission Internet Big Data Analysis Center, deputy director of the State Information Center Network Government Research Center, and vice president and secretary of the China Information Industry Association E-governanceE-governance Professional Committee. Yu is a graduate of the Peking University School of Government, where he received a Ph.D. in management under the tutelage of Professor Wang Yukai. In 2001 Yu traveled to the United States and worked as a visiting scholar at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Yu is currently focused on big data, innovation in government management, and the study of development strategies for information technology. As a specially invited professor at Renmin University of China, Yu spoke on "Internet Data Analysis." He has hosted more than 40 national and provincial discussions and participated in a number of national E-governanceE-governance programs and related policy research. Yu has written the following published books: E-governance Performance Management, Top-level E-governance Design,Analysis and Optimization of Government Websites, and Internet Knowledge Reader for Leaders and Cadres. He was deputy editor of the "China E-governance Development Report (2004-2012)" and "Ten Years of E-governance in China (2002-2012)]," as well as executive editor of the Information and Government Management Innovation Series.
Yang Daoling is a Ph.D. and associate professor. Yang is deputy director of E-governance at the State Information Center Information Research Department, deputy secretary-general of the China Information Association Professional Committee, and assistant to the director of the National Development and Reform Commission Internet Big Data Analysis Center. His research focuses on E-governance strategy planning and E-governance performance management. In the past five years Yang has hosted and participated in some 40 central and provincial level discussions, participated in the preparation of more than ten central and local E-governance strategy planning documents, directed numerous provinces and municipalities in launching E-governanceeffectiveness assessment work, and has published some 50 academic papers. Published books to which he contributed E-governance Performance Management (co-author), Explanation of E-governance Vocabulary (associate editor), and Compilation of Information Technology Rules and Regulations (associate editor).