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Lean government: Critical success factors for XBRL-based business-to-government reporting

Bharosa, N.; De Winne, C.P.I.; Van Wijk, R.; Janssen, M.F.W.H.A.;
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Lean government is all about doing better with less through the use of ICT and the realisation of process improvements. The recently introduced eXtensible Business Reporting Language (XBRL) has shown some initial success in realising lean government. Once data is stored in XBRL format, businesses can transmit it electronically to government for reporting purposes. For businesses, XBRL will increase both corporate accountability and transparency by reducing the time needed to collect, structure and share corporate data within the company, as well as with supply chain partners, investors and government agencies. Government agencies will benefit from higher informa...
free text keywords: Lean government, XBRL, SBR, transformational government, standard business reporting, critical success factors, compliance management
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