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International Journal of Managing Public Sector Information and Communication Technologies (IJMPICT) [Entry Reviewed: 2016-02-15]
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The International Journal of Managing Public Sector Information and Communication Technologies (IJMPICT) is a quarterly open access journal that publishes articles that contribute new results in regards to the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in the public sector around the world. ICT are becoming fundamental to the operation of government agencies, especially in light of the development of e-government applications and rising citizen expectations. As such, the International Journal of Managing Public Sector Information and Communication Technologies (IJMPICT) seeks to establish new collaborations, new best practices, and new theories in public sector organizations around the world in regards to developing, applying, managing, measuring, monitoring, procuring, and securing ICT in governmental operations (including civilian, military, health care and education applications). The journal thus provides a platform to disseminate new ideas a nd new research, advance theories, and propagate best practices in the management of ICT in public sector organizations at the international, national, state/provincial and local levels. The International Journal of Managing Public Sector Information and Communication Technologies (IJMPICT) offers a forum in which academics, consultants, and practitioners in a variety of fields can exchange ideas to further research and improve practices in all areas of governmental operations and ICT strategies. Authors are solicited to contribute to the journal by submitting articles that illustrate research results, projects, surveying works and organizational experiences that describe significant advances in information and communication technologies in governmental organizations.

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