Reinventing Government: An Analysis and Annotated Bibliography
Part One: Historical roots of reinventing government; Reinventing government and its relationship with other management theories; Reinventing government is based on OpenSystems theory; Need for information management; Reinventing government is akin to rediscovery of performance auditing; Effectiveness of reinventing government efforts. Part Two: Books and videos; Book reviews; National level attempts at implementation; State and local level attempts at implementation; Uses in advertising; Recently published materials.
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A Historical Roots of Reinventing Government
Need for Information Management
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