Electronic Highway Infrastructure Development and Information Services (in Arizona)
DIANE Publishing, Oct 1, 1998 - Government communication systems - 203 pages
Presents recommendations, analysis, and process descriptions intended to redefine, broaden, and make more meaningful the ongoing efforts of the Arizona Electronic Highway Users Group. Addresses telecomm. trends and resources for local gov't., model telecomm. ordinances, right-of-way coord., licensing/franchising and revenue stream protection, locating and permitting wireless providers, emergency/public safety commun., telecommuting and teleconf., public electronic access to info. and services, e-mail and Internet use policy, computer security, ergonomics and human factors, info. tech. mgmt., year 2000 software issues, etc.
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