The role of trust in government control of businesses

B. Burgemeestre, J Hulstijn, Y Tan

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Abstract

Governments have the responsibility to control whether businesses are compliant with regulations in various areas such as health, safety, security, tax and customs. Traditionally, this control is exercised in a command-and-control fashion: businesses provide data to the control agencies, and in addition these agencies perform inspections of the businesses. To reduce administrative burden, governments are investigating `horizontal’ governance models, built on the responsibility and participation of companies. The information needs of both companies and agencies are changing and trust is now playing a more prominent role. Appropriate information management, supported by IT systems helps the trust relation to evolve. The model of transitional stages of trust (Lewicki and Bunker) identifies information needs per trust level. In this paper we link ‘horizontal’ governance strategies with the trust levels of lewicki and Bunker to identify information needs. Information needs determine requirements for enterprise information systems and eGovernment applications. We define hypotheses about the trust levels and information needs of ‘horizontal’ governance strategies. The hypotheses are evaluated in a case study of the system-based control approach of Dutch Tax and Customs Administration. We find that system-based control corresponds to knowledge-based trust, and that the information which must be gathered corresponds with both calculus-based and knowledge-based trust.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProceedings of the 23rd International Bled eConference (BLED 2010)
Place of PublicationBled
PublisherAssociation for Information Systems
Pages1-13
Number of pages13
Publication statusPublished - 2010
Externally publishedYes
Event23rd Bled eConference - Bled, Slovenia
Duration: 20 Jun 201023 Jun 2010

Conference

Conference23rd Bled eConference
Abbreviated titleBLED 2010
CountrySlovenia
CityBled
Period20/06/1023/06/10

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Trust in government
Information needs
Governance
Tax
Government
Knowledge-based
Responsibility
Safety
Electronic government
Participation
Burden
Information management
Inspection
Enterprise information systems
Health

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Burgemeestre, B., Hulstijn, J., & Tan, Y. (2010). The role of trust in government control of businesses. In Proceedings of the 23rd International Bled eConference (BLED 2010) (pp. 1-13). [20] Bled: Association for Information Systems.
Burgemeestre, B. ; Hulstijn, J ; Tan, Y. / The role of trust in government control of businesses. Proceedings of the 23rd International Bled eConference (BLED 2010). Bled : Association for Information Systems, 2010. pp. 1-13
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