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Despite the recognition that information is a strategic asset to any state government, there is a relative dearth of research on the information systems (IS) function in state government. This stands in contrast to the number of articles devoted to e-government initiatives. IS departments however are central to state agencies' efforts to develop optimal responses to demands from their internal and external constituents. The authors examine the connections between perceptions of critical agencydoi:10.18151/7217269 fatcat:dgd2lkgtlbcptlj7i752eaoray