An ICT-Transformed Government and Society
Nagy K. Hanna ()
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Nagy K. Hanna: University of Maryland
Chapter Chapter 1 in Transforming Government and Building the Information Society, 2010, pp 1-25 from Springer
Abstract The information and communication technology (ICT) revolution is shaping our world, public and private. It has created a new playing field for worldwide competition with an increasing premium for knowledge, learning, agility, and connectedness. It has made it possible to capture and deploy information and knowledge for all kinds of activity. It has also put innovation and ICT more than ever at the heart of smart development.
Keywords: Public Sector Reform; Inclusive Transformation; Government Transformation; Grassroots Innovation; Inclusive Information Society (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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