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was established with support from the National Science Foundation to build international research capacity at the intersection of information technology, governance, and organization. A primary goal of the Center is the application and extension of the social and applied social sciences to strengthen digital government research. For more information(More)
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Technology enactment, an analytical framework that focuses on the processes by which new information and communication technologies come to be used by organizational actors, is distinctly institutional in orientation. An institutional perspective provides a challenge to researchers to integrate attention to structure, politics, and policy into studies of(More)
For the first time in history, women have the opportunity to play a major and visible role in a social transformation of potentially monumental proportions. The extensive reach and penetration of information technology into virtually every area of society creates enormous opportunities for women. But women's lack of representation in IT design roles may(More)