Reinventing Government in the Information Age: International Practice in IT-Enabled Public Sector Reform

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Richard Heeks
Taylor & Francis, Jan 10, 2002 - Business & Economics - 408 pages
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Will information technology help reinvent government? It might, but only if it is correctly managed. This book provides a new model for management of information age reform, based on international case-studies drawn from the US, UK, mainland Europe, and developing countries. It offers practical guidance and analytical insights and will be of value to practitioners, students, educators and researchers in both public administration and information systems.

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Richard Heeks, Senior Lecturer in Information Systems, Institute for Development Policy and Management,

University of Manchester, UK

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