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Policy making with its relationship to a set of goals can be, as the well-known sociologist and public planner Herbert Gans declared, a “rational” process in that “policies can be proved to implement the goals being sought” (1993:x). S. President’s Information Technology Advisory Committee (PITAC PTG). S. citizens ‘regardless of their physical location, level of computer literacy, or physical capacity’” (2). There are three major areas in which digital government policymaking has been focused: – Government transformation: These are policies that help transform governmental organizations to make them more receptive to the deployment of digital government systems.
S. President’s Information Technology Advisory Committee (PITAC PTG). S. citizens ‘regardless of their physical location, level of computer literacy, or physical capacity’” (2). There are three major areas in which digital government policymaking has been focused: – Government transformation: These are policies that help transform governmental organizations to make them more receptive to the deployment of digital government systems. – Public infrastructure : These are policies that guide the transformation of public infrastructure to facilitate the deployment and use of digital government systems.
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