U.s. government decision makers' expectations and patterns of use of emerging and existing information technologies

@article{Ault2003UsGD,
  title={U.s. government decision makers' expectations and patterns of use of emerging and existing information technologies},
  author={James T. Ault and John M. Gleason},
  journal={Government Information Quarterly},
  year={2003},
  volume={20},
  pages={63-76}
}
This paper discusses the results of marketing research related to the expectations of United States government legislators, House and Senate staff, and Executive Branch administrators regarding emerging information technologies, and their patterns of use of existing technologies. Our research suggests that markedly different expectations and uses exist between categories of Federal decision makers. Members of the House and their support staff are fundamentally unconcerned about the technologies… CONTINUE READING

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