Apr 1 - Improving Government Performance Part I Information Spring 2008

Apr 1 - Improving Government Performance Part I Information Spring 2008

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Improving the Performance of Public Organizations Information Resources
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Public Management Public management is the development or application of methodological and systematic techniques, often employing comparison, quantification, and measurement, that are designed to make the operations of public organizations more efficient, effective, and increasingly responsive.
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Investment $65 billion a year by federal government $50 billion a year by state and local governments
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Problems Need to protect the privacy of individual citizens Need to protect the security of public data How do we simultaneously protect the person and the public ? Privacy versus policy Secure data
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Going Forward The End of Privacy? Mixing and Matching Privacy Policies Protecting Privacy
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Knowledge Information The coordination and administration of public policies and procedures for information technology, resources, personnel, and systems in the public sector Differs significantly from the private sector
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2009 for the course PPD 225 taught by Professor Lewis during the Spring '07 term at USC.

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