Interoperability, Enterprise Architectures, and IT Governance in Government

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Scholl , Hans ,; Kubicek , Herbert; Cimander , Ralf;
(2011)

Part 4: Architecture, Security and Interoperability; International audience; Government represents a unique, and also uniquely complex, environment for interoperation of information systems as well as for integration of workflows and processes across governmental levels... View more
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