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Government Information Quarterly

Government Information Quarterly
John C. Bertot, Paul T. Jaeger, Justin M. Grimes
University of Maryland, College Park, MD, USA

       In recent years, many governments have worked to increase openness and transparency in their actions.  Information and communication technologies (ICTs) are seen by many as a cost-effective and convenient means to promote openness and transparency and to reduce corruption. E-government, in particular, has been used in many prominent, comprehensive transparency efforts in a number of nations. While some of these individual efforts have received considerable attention, the issue of whether these ICT-enabled efforts have the potential to create a substantive social change in attitudes toward transparency has not been widely considered. This paper explores the potential impacts of information and ICTs – especially e-government and social media – on cultural attitudes about transparency.

Keywords: E-government  Transparency Social media ICT

Ref : Government Information Quarterly

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