Federal information policies in the 1990's : views and perspectives
. . . the editors prevail upon students, scholars, information professionals and policy makers to study the issues further in order to deepen the understanding of government information and positively affect policy decisions. - Journal of Government Information
Print Book, English, 1996
Ablex, Norwood, NJ, 1996
XII, 340 Seiten : Illustrationen.
9781567502824, 9781567502831, 1567502822, 1567502830
Preface Government Information Policy in a Time of Uncertainty and Change The Clinton Administration and the National Information Infrastructure (NII) Congress and Information Issues Access to the Judicial Branch An Executive Branch Perspective on Managing Information Resources Federal Information Resources Management: Integrating Information Management and Technology Privacy National Security Information Policy after the End of the Cold War Freedom of Information Revisited U.S. Scientific and Technical Information Policy Geographic Information Systems The Depository Library Program: Another Component of the Access Puzzle Shifting to Electronic Formats Managing Archival Records in the Electronic Age: Fundamental Challenges Moving to the Networked Information Environment: New Challenges and Issues Author Index Subject Index