Big data, open government and e-government: Issues, policies and recommendations

@article{Bertot2014BigDO,
  title={Big data, open government and e-government: Issues, policies and recommendations},
  author={John Carlo Bertot and Ursula Gorham and Paul T. Jaeger and Lindsay C. Sarin and Heeyoon Choi},
  journal={Information Polity},
  year={2014},
  volume={19},
  pages={5-16}
}
The transformative promises and potential of Big and Open Data are substantial for e-government services, openness and transparency, governments, and the interaction between governments, citizens, and the business sector. From “smart” government to transformational government, Big and Open Data can foster collaboration; create real-time solutions to challenges in agriculture, health, transportation, and more; promote greater openness; and usher in a new era of policyand decision-making. There… CONTINUE READING
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