Managing Knowledge And Data For A Better Decision In Public Administration
In the current context, the society is dominated by the rapid development of computer networks and the integration of services and facilities offered by the Internet environment at the organizational level. The success of an organization depends largely on the quality and quantity of information it has available to develop quickly decisions able to meet the current needs. The need for a collaborative environment within the central administration leads to the unification of resources and instruments around the Center of Government, to increase both the quality and efficiency of decision - making, especially reducing the time spent with decision - making, and upgrading the decision – making act.
Volume (Year): 2011 (2011)
Issue (Month): 17 (December)
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