Governance and Information Technology: From Electronic Government to Information Government
Experts discuss moving beyond the notion of electronic government and its focus on technology and efficiency to a broader concept of "information government" that incorporates the role of information flows within government, between government and citizens, and among citizens themselves.
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1 From Electronic Government to Information Government
I Technological Change and Information Flows in Government
2 Global Perspectives on EGovernment
3 Electronic Government and the Drive for Growth and Equity
MultiLevel Integrated Information Structures MIIS
II The Blurring of the Informational Boundary between State and Society
The Role of Information Technology in the Rulemaking Process
6 Freedom of Information and Electronic Government
Emerging Patterns in Online Political Participation
III Evaluating the Impact of Reengineering Information Flows
What Should Be Compared with What?
Toward the Systematic Management of HighQuality Information in Electronic GovernmenttoCitizen Relationships
11 It Takes a Network to Build a Network
12 The Governing of Government Information
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