Computerizing government: THE NEXT GENERATION

O'Connell, Kim A.
July 2003
American City & County;Jul2003, Vol. 118 Issue 8, p36
Trade Publication
Reveals that cities and counties in the U.S. are replacing their legacy systems with the next generation of information technology (IT). Percentage of Internet users that are interested in using e-government services; Benefits of the upgraded IT systems; Importance of the implementation of the IT systems. INSETS: Public works software plans, tracks performance;Oversight, online research boost grant awards.


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