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Smart Cross-Border e-Gov Systems: An application to refugee mobility

Sideridis, Alexander; Protopappas, loucas; Tsiafoulis, Stergios; Pimenidis, Elias

Authors

Alexander Sideridis

loucas Protopappas

Stergios Tsiafoulis

Abstract

Smart Cross-Border e-Government Systems for citizens and business have been recently proposed to further improve everyday lives, expand business fron-tiers, and facilitate the movement of citizens by reducing the constraints imposed by existing borders between federal states. Their main advantage is their ability to be used by governmental organizations, citizens, and business, in a cross border envi-ronment, thanks to the availability of recently developed electronic authentication, identification and signature platforms. These latest technological advances may con-tribute to solving the mobility issue of legitimate refugees in various European coun-tries. This problem has at the time of writing evolved into a major crisis due to the mass movement of hundreds of thousands of Syrian and Iraqi refugees across Europe and requires immediate attention. An implementation of Smart Cross-Border e-Government Systems appears to be a very good option in supporting the management of individuals and their movement in order to address this crisis.

Journal Article Type Article
Publication Date Nov 19, 2017
Journal International Journal of Electronic Governance
Print ISSN 1742-7509
Publisher Inderscience
Peer Reviewed Peer Reviewed
Volume 9
Issue 3/4
Pages 246-266
Institution Citation Sideridis, A., Protopappas, L., Tsiafoulis, S., & Pimenidis, E. (2017). Smart Cross-Border e-Gov Systems: An application to refugee mobility. International Journal of Electronic Governance, 9(3/4), 246-266. https://doi.org/10.1504/IJEG.2017.10006256
DOI https://doi.org/10.1504/IJEG.2017.10006256
Keywords E-Government, Smart Cross-Border e-Government Services, Inter-net of Things, Cloud Computing, refugee mobility, eIDAS, e-Identification
Publisher URL http://dx.doi.org/10.1504/IJEG.2017.10006256

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