Governing in the information age
Providing a broad investigation into the significance of the "information age" to contemporary government, this study examines available perspectives on the relationship between information and communication technology and social change, applying this to government practice in the UK.
Print Book, Undefined, 1997
Open Univ. Press, Buckingham [u.a.], 1997
VIII, 196 S.
9780335194513, 9780335194506, 0335194516, 0335194508
Contexts for governing in the information age; re-engineering the government machine - new technologies and organizational change; forging high-tech public services; the search for renewal - citizenship and democracy in the information age; wiring up for the information age - telecommunications and public services; understanding the information polity.