Gobierno Abierto: conceptos, cifras y futuros

El gobierno abierto ha llegado intempestivamente a la administración públi- ca. Muchos gobiernos en todo el mundo intentan “transparentar” sus acciones y mejorar sus archivos gubernamentales usando las tecnologías de in- formación y comunicación disponibles. Los ciudadanos comienzan a exigir más y mejores datos sobre las decisiones del gobierno y la aplicación de los presupuestos públicos. Sin embargo, es poco…

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The use of Web 2.0 on Mexican State Websites: A Three-Year Assessment

Web 2.0 tools and applications (e.g., blogs, wikis, forums, RSS, podcasts and videocasts) as well as social markers (e.g., Del.icio.us, Technorati, Facebook and Digg) have reached government and commerce sites; however, there is still a dearth of research related to the adoption levels of such tools. The purpose of this research is to contribute toward filling this gap by assessing…

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E-Government Success Factors and Measures: Theories, Concepts, and Methodologies – Capitulo 13

Open Government Success Factors in Government Websites: The Mexican Experience OpeOpen Government Websites are a different perspective for presenting government information. In the Mexican case, it is mandatory by law since 2002 to present some government data through Websites. Despite this strong impulse of transparency, there is not enough measurement for the success or the failure of this novel practice.…

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