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This paper outlines the research methodology, conceptual framework, and some preliminary research results for a longitudinal and holistic study of the impact and management of information technology in two governments considered by knowledgeable observers to be in the forefront, the federal Government of Canada and the Province of Ontario. The methodology(More)
In the middle to late 1960's Murray Turoff and his colleagues in the Office of Emergency Preparedness, Executive Office of the Presi dent, were "bootlegging" (that is, without formal approval) the development of computerized conferencing and terminals to transmit , store and forward messages among geographically dispersed participants. Of course, the(More)
The Kershaw Award is made every two years to a scholar under the age of 40 who has made a significant contribution to policy and management. The award honors David Kershaw, the first President of Mathematica, who died of cancer at the age of 37. 2 Thanks and Acknowledgments It is a great honor to receive this award. I have a lot of thanks to give, but will(More)
Providing information to users about computer timesharing terminals and having users tell other users about their computer applications is a highly productive activity for us, and for users a convenient way of learning about interactive terminals and their timesharing applications. About 4 years ago the UW-Madison Academic Computing Center, or MACC, began(More)
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