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Public Versus Private Information Systems
Bozeman and Bretschneider’s (1986) seminal work posited that there are important differences between public and private information systems and that different principles should be used in theExpand
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Prescriptions for Public-Sector Information Management
This article reviews, analyzes, and assesses prescriptions for public-sector management of information technology (IT). It draws on four sources of such prescriptions: (a) the best-practicesExpand
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Public management information systems
Chapter One: Public and Private Information Systems: How are they similar? How are they different? Chapter Two: Planning for Information Technology in the Public Sector Chapter Three: ProcuringExpand
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Evaluating public sector information systems: Satisfaction versus impact
Abstract Police information systems are evaluated using both satisfaction and impact measures. Police reported high rates of satisfaction with their systems, but, with the exception of reporting,Expand
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Politics, accountability, and governmental information systems
Information systems are becoming more involved in politics due to the growth of the World Wide Web, electronic government, and the increasing digitization of information of all kinds. ManyExpand
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Whither E-Government?
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E-MAIL: DOES IT NEED TO BE MANAGED? CAN IT BE MANAGED?
Although e-mail is the most commonly used application, very little has been written concerning its impact on public organizations. This article reviews the existing literature and outlines the majorExpand
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Case Studies on Digital Government
IT practitioners in government and computer science programs represent a significant population of professionals constantly attempting to obtain information on the latest research in publicExpand
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Politics, Accountability, and Information Management
This chapter provides examples of the politics of managing information in public organizations by studying both its internal and external aspects. Within the organization, politics is involved inExpand
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