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E-government : the use of information and communication technologies in administration / Eric E. Otenyo and Nancy S. Lind.

By: Otenyo, Eric Edwin.
Contributor(s): Lind, Nancy S.
Material type: TextTextPublisher: New York : Teneo Press, 2011Description: xvi, 335 páginas ; 23 cm.ISBN: 9781934844175.Subject(s): Administración pública | Información gubernamental electrónica | Información gubernamental | Gestión del conocimiento | Tecnología de la informaciónDDC classification: 350.007
Contents:
Understanding e-government. 2 The study of e-government. 3. Policy foundations of e-government. 4. Desing of e-government. 5. of e-government and administrative law.
Abstract: "With governments now expected to make a strong web presence, it is important that students of public policy and administration gain insights and skills in this area. Lind and Otenyo provide a text in this area, address the use, potential, laws, and issues related to the emerging government use of the electronic media. A well-done, timely book on a critical area." - Ed Miller, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point"The book offers a nice overview of the issues, and it is wide ranging, intelligent, well researched, and well written."
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Understanding e-government. 2 The study of e-government. 3. Policy foundations of e-government. 4. Desing of e-government. 5. of e-government and administrative law.

"With governments now expected to make a strong web presence, it is important that students of public policy and administration gain insights and skills in this area. Lind and Otenyo provide a text in this area, address the use, potential, laws, and issues related to the emerging government use of the electronic media. A well-done, timely book on a critical area." - Ed Miller, University of Wisconsin-Stevens Point"The book offers a nice overview of the issues, and it is wide ranging, intelligent, well researched, and well written."

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