Introduction to information technology and public administration - e-government minitrack

H.J. Scholl
<i title="IEEE Comput. Soc"> Proceedings of the 35th Annual Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences </i> &nbsp;
Government at all levels (federal, state, and local) and branches (legislative, executive, and judicial) is the biggest single investor in and user of Information Technology. Given its enormously varied missions, government employs a vast range of information technology applications which have dramatically changed the way government is conducted and will continue to affect the way citizens and businesses expect government to function in the 21 st century. Government is also a powerful
more &raquo; ... creator, influencer, precursor, and director of information technology programs, initiatives, and trends. The creation of the Internet and the National Science Foundation's current multiyear Information Technology Research and Digital Government programs are examples of this kind of government involvement in Information Technology development.
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