Local government agencies deploy information systems to effectively meet their requirements for internal administration and external reporting. However agencies vary significantly in their size and systems capacities. The Australian Local Government Associations (ALGA) is developing information architectures to promote interpretability between local government and state/territory governments. The research investigates the kinds of information architectures that may be effective in the sector and the kinds of processes involved in developing and deploying such architectures.
|Short title||An Investigation into the theory and practice of I|
|Effective start/end date||22/04/04 → 22/04/05|
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