Submitted by TFryer on Mon, 01/22/2018 - 18:53
A new report by the University of Texas' Sherri Greenberg for the IBM Center for The Business of Government observes: "Increasingly, cities are the public sector delivery engines in the United States." She says that "City governments, residents, and interest groups are actively seeking methods for better service delivery" and that this often involves the use of technology. But technology by itself won't work.
Submitted by sfreidus on Wed, 12/27/2017 - 15:51
In 2012, President Obama’s digital government plan ordered federal agencies to create at least two mobile apps. A lot has happened since then, and at all levels of government.
Submitted by rgordon on Tue, 10/04/2016 - 09:44
Professor Ho conducted a survey and phone interviews with city officials responsible for Big Data initiatives. Based on his research, the report presents a framework for Big Data initiatives which consists of two major cycles: the data cycle and the decision-making cycle. Each cycle is described in the report.
Submitted by rgordon on Mon, 01/06/2014 - 12:24
Professors Nambisan and Nambisan present an innovative framework from which to view citizen “co-creation,” which refers to the development of new public services by citizens in partnership with governments. The authors present four roles that citizens can play in the co-creation of public services: explorer, ideator, designer, and diffuser, with examples of citizens playing each of these roles.