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Do Information Communication Technology Initiatives Affect Local Government Bureaucratic Transformation ?

@inproceedings{Supardal2017DoIC,
  title={Do Information Communication Technology Initiatives Affect Local Government Bureaucratic Transformation ?},
  author={Supardal and Bambang Cipto and Achmad Nurmandi and Suranto},
  year={2017}
}
  • Supardal, Bambang Cipto, +1 author Suranto
  • Published 2017
  • The authors developed hypotheses in relation to T-government with these independent variables: vision and policy, organization structure, culture and new ICT process. The multiple informant surveys and qualitative analysis of secondary data were used to advance the alternative approach to the measurement of correlational approaches. Primarily, this paper aims to answer the question: Do information communication technology innitiativesaffect local government bereaucratic transformation? This… CONTINUE READING

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