Information Management and Information Technology in the Development of Digital Government: A Canadian Case

Xie, Sherry L.; Linqing Ma
April 2012
International Proceedings of Computer Science & Information Tech;2012, Vol. 36, p65
Academic Journal
This article reports on a study that examined the Health Canada's digital government development in relation to information management and information technology and presents conclusions drawn based on the study.


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