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Digital Government: A Multinational Investigation of New Models of Collaboration for Delivering Government Services      (Back to Search Results)

Grant Number: 92614

  • Description: Continuing grant
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  • Award Period: 2001-07-01 to 2005-06-30
  • Amount: $ 400000.00

Primary Investigator:
Sharon Dawes

Sharon Dawes

Data Sharing & Integration
Knowledge Systems
Security & Privacy

Government Domain:
Data Privacy
E-government/Service Delivery
Institutional & Organizational Analysis
Inter-/ Intra-Governmental Relations
Law & Regulation
Political Process
Preparedness & National Security
Public Management/Administration
Records & Archives

Primary Institution:
SUNY Albany

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The intention of this research is to enhance understanding of multi-organizational partnerships in the innovative delivery of government services. Studies will include not only cross-sector partnerships, but also partnerships between government agencies. Collaborating in the project's leadership is Canada's Centre Francophone d'Informatisation des Organisations; several other countries around the world are also participating in the study. Questions to be addressed by the project include: 1. Which political, socio-economic and cultural factors promote successful interorganizational collaboration? 2. What are the characteristics of organizations that engage in such partnerships? 3. What are critical success factors? 4. Which technologies offer the most promise? 5. What are the advantages and disadvantages of different forms of collaboration?