[Asis-l] New Issue of Government Information Quarterly
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Wed Nov 28 06:28:42 EST 2007
The editors (see below) of _Government Information Quarterly: An International Journal of Information and Technology Management, Policies, and Practices_ are pleased to announce the release of Volume 24, number 4 (October 2007). The special issue, guest edited by Theresa A. Pardo and Giri Kumar Tayi, focuses on interorganizational information integration issues and practices in a digital government context. The issue also contains additional manuscripts and reviews.
New Volume/Issue is now available on ScienceDirect
Government Information Quarterly
Volume 24, Issue 4, Pages 691-914 (October 2007)
Interorganizational Information Integration: A Key Enabler for Digital Government
Edited by Theresa A. Pardo and Giri Kumar Tayi
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Interorganizational information integration: A key enabler for digital government
Theresa A. Pardo and Giri Kumar Tayi
Special Issue Articles
Semantic integration of government data for water quality management
Zhiyuan Chen, Arrya Gangopadhyay, Stephen H. Holden, George Karabatis and Michael P. McGuire
Urban information integration for advanced e-Planning in Europe
Hongxia Wang, Yonghui Song, Andy Hamilton and Steve Curwell
Towards end-to-end government performance management: Case study of interorganizational information integration in emergency medical services (EMS)
Ben L. Schooley and Thomas A. Horan
A collaborative network for first responders: Lessons from the CapWIN case
Jane Fedorowicz, Janis L. Gogan and Christine B. Williams
Collaborative digital government in Mexico: Some lessons from federal Web-based interorganizational information integration initiatives
Luis F. Luna-Reyes, J. Ramon Gil-Garcia and Cinthia Betiny Cruz
Information asymmetry and information sharing
Gavin Clarkson, Trond E. Jacobsen and Archer L. Batcheller
Information policy, information access, and democratic participation: The national and international implications of the Bush administration's information politics
Paul T. Jaeger
A general model of performance and quality for one-stop e-Government service offerings
Dimitris Gouscos, Manolis Kalikakis, Maria Legal and Soumi Papadopoulou
Information and Communication Technologies for African Development: an Assessment of Progress and Challenges Ahead. Joseph O. Okpaku, Sr., Ph.D., Editor. New York, NY: United Nations, July 31, 2005. 368 pp. ISBN: 92-1-104531-2 (paper)..
Congressional Research Services (CRS) Reports: A Review of Sources
The Presidents, First Ladies, and Vice Presidents: White House Biographies, 1789-2005. Daniel C. Diller and Stephen L. Robertson. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2005. 291 pp. $46.00 (paper), ISBN: 1568029853..
Mae N. Schreiber
Review of the U.S. Department of the Interior Web site.
Homeland Security: A Documentary History. Bruce Maxwell. Washington, DC: CQ Press, 2004. xvi, 522 pp. $105.00 (USD), ISBN: 1568028849 (cloth)..
William G. Kenz
LexisNexis State Capital Database. Visited June 5, 2006. LexisNexis Academic and Library Solutions, 4520 East-West Highway, Bethesda, MD 20812-3389. For pricing options call 1-800-638-8380..
Mark C. Scott
George Thomas Kurian, Editor, Datapedia of the United States: American History in Numbers (3rd ed.), Bernan Press, Lanham, MD (2004) 528 pp. $125.00 (cloth). ISBN 0-89059-862-2.
United Nations Global E-Government Readiness Report 2005: From E-Government to E-Inclusion. New York: Department of Economic and Social Affairs, 2006. xiv, 253 pp. $55.00 USD. ISBN-10: 9211231590 (paper). Available online:http://www.unpan.org/dpepa-egovernment%20readiness%20report.asp..
Debbie L. Rabina
About the Authors
John Carlo Bertot
Government Information Quarterly is a quarterly publication of Elsevier Science. The journal explores such topics as information and telecommunications policy; e-government; access to and use of government information; information technology management, implementation, planning, and evaluation; information services development, management, and provision in a distributed networked environment; service quality assessment, benchmarking, and performance measurement; and governing and governance in a networked environment. GIQ articles are available through ScienceDirect at http://www.sciencedirect.com.
Additional information regarding the journal and journal submissions is available at: http://www.elsevier.com/locate/govinf.
John Carlo Bertot <jbertot at fsu.edu>, College of Information, Florida State University serves as the journal editor.
Charles R. McClure <cmcclure at lis.fsu.edu>, College of Information, Florida State University serves as the journal associate editor.
John A. Shuler <alfred at uic.edu>, Documents, Maps, Microforms, & Curriculum Department, University of Illinois Chicago serves as journal assistant Editor.
Aimee C. Quinn <aquinn5 at cnm.edu>, Associate Director, Montoya Campus Library, Central New Mexico Community College serves as journal assistant editor.
Suzanne Holcombe <suzanne.holcombe at okstate.edu>, Documents Department, Oklahoma State University serves as reviews editor.
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