Jane E. Fountain

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Web 2.0 technologies are now being deployed in government settings. For example, public agencies have used blogs to communicate information on public hearings, wikis and RSS feeds to coordinate work, and wikis to internally share expertise, and intelligence information. The potential for Web 2.0 tools create a public sector paradox. On the one hand, they(More)
  • Cary Coglianese, John F Kennedy, Larry Brandt, Valerie Gregg, Sue Stendebach, Steve Balla +34 others
  • 2004
Regulatory Policy Program The Regulatory Policy Program at the Center for Business and Government at Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government develops and tests leading ideas on regulation and regulatory institutions. The program aims, through research, teaching, and outreach, to improve regulatory decision making across a range of policy(More)
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  • W Richards Adrion, Sharon Biskup, Deborah Boisvert, Lori Clarke, Jane Fountain, Priscilla Grocer +6 others
  • 2008
The Commonwealth Alliance for Information Technology Education (CAITE) is designing and carrying out comprehensive programs that address under-representation in information technology (IT). CAITE focuses on women and minorities in groups that are underrepresented in most aspects of the Massachusetts innovation economy – economically, academically, and(More)
The virtual state is a metaphor meant to draw attention to the structures and processes of the state that are becoming increasingly aligned with the structures and processes of the semantic web. Semantic Web researchers understand the potential for information sharing, enhanced search, improved collaboration, innovation, and other direct implications of(More)