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CIO Leadership for State Governments – Emerging Trends & Practices

Alan
Shark

Publisher: Public Technology Institute Year: 2011

With all the responsibility and challenges, little has been written about the state CIO Leader, until now. This book is designed to serve as a thought leadership guide aimed at the practitioner as well as those who seek to better understand the roles and responsibilities of today's evolving State CIO. Today's state CIO plays a greater strategic role than ever before when it comes to technology infrastructure, as well as providing key statewide citizen services and communications systems. This book is the ultimate thought-leaders guide.

Available at: Amazon.com

Citizen Participation: Innovative and Alternative Modes for Engaging Citizens – Cases from the United States and South Korea

Marc
Holzer
Dongsung
Kong
Daniel
Bromberg

Publisher: The American Society for Public Administration and the National Center for Public Performance (NCPP) of the School of Public Affairs and Administration, Rutgers University-Newark Year: 2011

This text presents a compilation of case studies that makes the argument for citizen participation through examples and presents case studies from both the United States and South Korea. It presents accounts of citizen participation that may serve as models for those looking to implement similar projects, or it may simply stir the imagination and help many recognize what is possible.

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Century-long Efforts at Improving Government Performance and Fighting The Fiscal Crisis

Keyong
Dong
Marc
Holzer
Mengzhong
Zhang

Proceedings of the 4th and 5th Sino-U.S. International Conferences on Public Administration

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