"From Electronic Government to Information Government"
Book Chapter, Governance and Information Technology: From Electronic Government to Information Government, pages 1-14
"This chapter first lays out the current state of understanding of electronic government, because most of the attention to information and government in the last decade has come under this rubric. We then present our vision of an 'information government' paradigm, which focuses on the flow of information within, to, and from government. We conclude with an overview of the contributions to this edited volume."
- 'E-Government is an Outcome': Michael Armstrong and the Transformation of Des Moines
- Dubai's Electronic Government
- Weak Democracy, Strong Information: The Role of Information Technology in the Rulemaking Process
- Protecting Privacy by Requesting Access: Marc Rotenberg and EPIC
- The Swiss E-Government Barometer: Kuno Schedler Feels the Temperature of E-Government Services
- Telecities: Sharing Knowledge among European Cities
- The Governing of Government Information
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