Government information networks - mapping electronic governance cases through public administration concepts

Government Information Quarterly. 29(1). Amsterdam: Elsevier; 2012

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  • Publication Title Government Information Quarterly
    Issue Title Government information networks - mapping electronic governance cases through public administration concepts
    Volume 29
    Issue No. 1
    Editor Janowski, Tomasz
    Pardo, Theresa
    Davies, Jim
    Publication Date 2012-01-01
    Place of Publication Amsterdam
    Publisher Elsevier
    Pages 8
    Language eng
    Abstract Facing economic pressure, social tensions, global competition and low public confidence, governments can no longer afford to address increasingly complex and interdependent public goals alone or step back and rely on the markets. Instead, they have to work through networks of state and non-state actors to organize existing resources, knowledge and capabilities in the pursuit of public goals. The new paradigm increasingly relies on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) to connect actors to the network and to build, manage and sustain relationships between them. We refer to such ICT-enabled networks as Government Information Networks. This article serves as an introduction to the current issue of Government Information Quarterly on Government Information Networks. The issue comprises twelve cases of such networks selected from the papers submitted to the 5th International Conference on Theory and Practice of Electronic Governance, ICEGOV2010, held in Beijing, China, October 2010. The article also presents a conceptual framework for public administration networks, and applies the framework to describe, analyze and compare the cases, thus relating the volume to the Public Administration literature.
    Copyright Holder Elsevier
    Copyright Year 2012
    Copyright type All rights reserved
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