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Digital Government At Work : A Social Informatics Perspective
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Digital Government At Work : A Social Informatics Perspective

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Management & Training
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9780199557721
Author
Ian McLoughlin
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Oxford
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  • Over the past decade, putting public services on-line has been a focus of huge policy and financial investments aimed at providing more joined-up service delivery. For some this is part of a transformation that is bringing about a new era of integrated digital government. For others digitalization means threats to privacy and security and a strengthening of bureaucracy. In the UK and ...

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    Category Type
    Management & Training
    ISBN
    9780199557721
    Item EAN
    2724584918831
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    Author
    Ian McLoughlin
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    Publisher
    Oxford
    Category Type
    Management & Training
    ISBN
    9780199557721
    Item EAN
    2724584918831
    People
    Author
    Ian McLoughlin
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    Publisher
    Oxford
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    Paperback
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    • Over the past decade, putting public services on-line has been a focus of huge policy and financial investments aimed at providing more joined-up service delivery. For some this is part of a transformation that is bringing about a new era of integrated digital government. For others digitalization
    • Over the past decade, putting public services on-line has been a focus of huge policy and financial investments aimed at providing more joined-up service delivery. For some this is part of a transformation that is bringing about a new era of integrated digital government. For others digitalization means threats to privacy and security and a strengthening of bureaucracy. In the UK and beyond, front-line service providers and citizens have been slow to take up digital services whilst major projects have floundered. This book takes a fresh look at this vital area for public policy and practice. Informed by over ten years of original research on the 'inside' of projects to put local services on-line, the authors combine cross-disciplinary insights to provide a new social informatics perspective on digital government. Experiences in areas such as health and social care are used to illustrate the dangers of 'over-integration' when key decisions are left to system designers, as they seek to integrate information in centralized systems. The authors argue for a new 'architectural discourse' to change the way that systems are deployed, evolve, and are governed.
 

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