From E-Government to M-Government? Emerging Practices in the Use of Mobile Technology by State Governments

Adding to our expanding knowledge base and understanding of e-government, this report focuses on the potential of m-government (the use of mobile technology) to improve and enhance government services. The report broadly defines m-government as government's efforts to provide information and services to public employees, citizens, businesses, and nonprofit organizations through wireless communication networks and mobile devices such as pagers, PDAs, cellular phones, and their support systems.

State Government E-Procurement in the Information Age: Issues, Practices, and Trends

This report seeks to understand how Information Technology (IT) contributes to the effectiveness of state procurement management and to increase knowledge to improve future applications of IT in state and local government procurement management systems. Technology and E-Government

 

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