E-Reporting: Strengthening Democratic Accountability

 

E-Reporting: Strengthening Democratic Accountability

E-Reporting: Strengthening Democratic Accountability
E-Reporting: Strengthening Democratic Accountability
This report traces the history of public reporting on government performance and how technology now allows government leaders to dramatically expand citizen access to government performance. Lee defines criteria for assessing how well federal, state,...

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Monday, January 1st, 2001 - 13:00
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This report traces the history of public reporting on government performance and how technology now allows government leaders to dramatically expand citizen access to government performance. Lee defines criteria for assessing how well federal, state, and local agencies report their performance to the public as well as provides examples of best practices to inspire government agencies at all level to move toward e-reporting. His findings and recommendations serve as a quick guide for public managers to assess their own reporting and how to emulate the best. alabama, arkansas, georgia, iowa, minnesota, mississippi, missouri, nevada, new york, oregon, pennsylvania, wyoming Technology and E-Government