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Relyea, Harold C. – Government Information Quarterly, 2002
Reviews the development of two similar policy concepts, national security and internal security, before exploring the new phrase homeland security that has become popular since the September 11 terrorist attacks. Discusses the significance of each for information policy and practice. (Author/LRW)
Descriptors: Federal Government, Information Policy, National Programs, National Security
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Halchin, L. Elaine – Government Information Quarterly, 2002
Provides examples of how federal agencies have responded to the possibility that terrorists could use information on their Web sites to plan further attacks, following the September 11 attacks. Discusses implications of the removal and alteration of government information and offers suggestions for developing a government-wide Web site policy.…
Descriptors: Federal Government, Government Publications, Information Policy, Information Utilization
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Sprehe, J. Timothy; McClure, Charles R.; Zellner, Philip – Government Information Quarterly, 2002
Reports on a study funded by the National Archives and Records Administration to collect information on federal employees' views and perceptions on 20 information collection topics pertaining to records creation, maintenance, use, and disposition. Discusses situational factors and the development of records management policies and guidelines.…
Descriptors: Data Collection, Employee Attitudes, Federal Government, Guidelines
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Jaeger, Paul T. – Government Information Quarterly, 2002
Examines how Constitutional principles, specifically the doctrines of Federalism and the separation of powers, relate to e-government policies and practices. Suggests that the move toward e-government, with emphasis on the simplification of access to government information and services, must be considered with regard to Federalism and separation…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Federalism, Government Publications, Government Role
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Feinberg, Lotte E. – Government Information Quarterly, 2002
Discusses information policy in the wake of the September 11 terrorist attacks. Topics include access to government records, including Freedom of Information Act issues; removing or expanding information on government Web sites; state actions; coordination versus secrecy in homeland security; and patterns and trends in federal and state…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Federal Government, Government Publications, Information Policy
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Lewis, Jeremy R. T. – Government Information Quarterly, 1995
Resource limitations and increases in the number of requests demand a rethinking of the review process of government documents for public access. State and federal trends may soon require a disclosure of database reports in electronic form. Issues central to the establishment of an adequate policy for electronic freedom of information are…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Disclosure, Electronic Text, Federal Government
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Bradsher, James Gregory – Government Information Quarterly, 1987
Introduces various topics relating to federal records and archives, including descriptions of federal records, permanent records, and archives; responsibility for the creation and maintenance of these items; the policy for deciding which records become archives; and legal issues relating to records and access to them. (Author/CLB)
Descriptors: Access to Information, Archives, Evaluation Criteria, Evaluation Methods
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Nelson, Anna Kasten – Government Information Quarterly, 1987
Describes the formation of a committee to examine policy and practices regarding the preservation of federal records and the impact of computer technologies on federal recordkeeping. The scope and design of the study are discussed, the recommendations of the committee are summarized, and the impact of the study is assessed. (CLB)
Descriptors: Access to Information, Advisory Committees, Archives, Federal Government
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Hernon, Peter – Government Information Quarterly, 1991
Analyzes the utility of policy principles advanced by professional associations for public access to government information. The National Commission on Libraries and Information Science (NCLIS), the Information Industry Association (IIA), and the Office of Technology Assessment (OTA) urge the adoption of principles for the dissemination of public…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Databases, Electronic Publishing, Government Publications
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Rupp-Serrano, Karen – Government Information Quarterly, 1997
Analyzes potential changes in federal copyright law and the fair use doctrine in the digital age. Discusses three policy options for balancing the rights of copyright owners and users--maintaining the status quo; adopting the Information Infrastructure Copyright Act; and adopting proposed revisions of the Digital Future Coalition--using the…
Descriptors: Access to Information, Change, Copyrights, Evaluation Criteria
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Gold, David – Government Information Quarterly, 1993
Proposes that the Executive Branch of the U.S. government initiate an interagency committee to coordinate federal scientific and technical information (STI). A locator system providing a single point of access to an interactive data system through which users could access a comprehensive set of federal STI is recommended. (51 references) (KRN)
Descriptors: Access to Information, Change Strategies, Federal Government, Government Role
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Relyea, Harold C. – Government Information Quarterly, 1993
Provides an overview of security classification reform for consideration by the Clinton administration and the 103rd Congress. Historical background and current issues related to the security classification of information, personnel security clearances, and industrial safeguarding of classified information are discussed. A checklist of basic…
Descriptors: Change Strategies, Federal Government, Federal Legislation, Freedom of Information
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Westhoff, Jurgen – Government Information Quarterly, 1993
Describes the European Information Market Observatory and its purpose of gathering and providing knowledge about the European electronic information services market. Topics include the supply and use of electronic information services, size of the market, structure and policy of market operators, and recent developments in new electronic…
Descriptors: Database Producers, Electronic Publishing, Foreign Countries, Information Services
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Strub, Albert S. – Government Information Quarterly, 1993
Outlines the Commission of the European Community's policy and actions for the dissemination and exploitation of the results of its research and technological development programs. Technology transfer as a basic ingredient for innovation is discussed, and the importance of understanding intellectual property protection is stressed. (Contains seven…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Information Dissemination, Information Utilization, Innovation
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Guptill, Stephen C. – Government Information Quarterly, 1994
Explains geospatial data (which describes aspects of geographic features normally found on maps that are now in digital form) and discusses its use in geographic information systems. Topics addressed include areas for standardization; policy development; and partnerships between federal, state, and local governments and the private sector. (12…
Descriptors: Cooperation, Federal Government, Geography, Information Policy
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