Different perceptions, different open government strategies: The case of local Mexican public managers

Open government has become a research trend among e-government scholars around the world. However, most research in this field has focused on national policies and the implementation thereof. Typically, this is related to Open Government (OG) ecosystems, data, policies and models, yet very little attention has been paid to the most basic level: the municipal/localContinue reading Different perceptions, different open government strategies: The case of local Mexican public managers

Chief information officers’ perceptions about artificial intelligence

A comparative study of implications and challenges for the public sector This article presents a study about artificial intelligence (AI) policy based on the perceptions, expectations, and challenges/opportunities given by chief information officers (CIOs). In general, publications about AI in the public sector relies on experiences, cases, ideas, and results from the private sector. OurContinue reading Chief information officers’ perceptions about artificial intelligence

Construyendo Gobierno Abierto después de la Pandemia

El concepto gobierno abierto (GA) ha tenido una amplia difusión en el mundo desde el 2009. Sin embargo, pocos países han logrado concretar proyectos y prácticas eficientes que los conduzcan a lograr un estado abierto. México no es la excepción; comenzó con prácticas de transparencia y actualmente ha enfocado sus esfuerzos hacia el gobierno abierto.Continue reading Construyendo Gobierno Abierto después de la Pandemia