Can Private Sector Strategic Information Systems Planning Techniques Work for the Public Sector?

@article{Dufner2002CanPS,
  title={Can Private Sector Strategic Information Systems Planning Techniques Work for the Public Sector?},
  author={Donna Dufner and Lyn M. Holley and B. J. Reed},
  journal={CAIS},
  year={2002},
  volume={8},
  pages={28}
}
This study investigated strategic information technology planning (SISP) at the statewide level. Even though thirty-eight states reported having a strategic information technology plan in place and ten reported having a plan in progress; analysis of the data shows that the executive and legislative or highest levels of state government are “not involved” in SISP. A lack of integrated statewide governmental strategic information systems planning (SISP) suggests that SISP as defined by private… CONTINUE READING
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