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Intervention Values are generic soil quality standards used to classify historically contaminated soils (i.e. before 1987) as seriously contaminated in the framework of the Dutch Soil Protection Act. In 1994 Intervention Values were published for 70 (groups of) compounds. These values, based on potential risks to human health and ecosystems, are technically(More)
This paper investigates the relevance and assurance of information and system quality as requirements for information systems success during disaster management. Despite the many examples of poor information quality and poor system quality, research on the relevance and assurance of these requirements is sparse. In order to design successful information(More)
Process support for the development and maintenance of e-projects in organizations is increasingly important because systems evolve and become entwined with other systems. The focus of this paper is on support that enables constant updating of requirements after an initial set of requirements has been produced. An approach termed Up-front Requirements(More)
In many crisis response-organizations it is hard to implement new technologies. Even if implementation is successful there is no guarantee that such systems will be accepted and used sustainably. Implementation of ICT systems across crisis-response organizations is virtually impossible. Implementation of ICT-systems in such settings is commonly achieved(More)
This paper explores cooperation and interfirm alliances between SMEs as a potential strategy in achieving competitive advantage. It takes an integrative perspective exploring the question why small and medium sized enterprises in the rapidly growing tourism sector should adopt a collaborative as opposed to an internalization strategy. The former approach(More)
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