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Interagency Information Sharing
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Interagency Information Sharing ab 67.99 € als Taschenbuch: Understanding the Determinants of Electronic Information Sharing. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, English, International, Gebundene Ausgaben,

Anbieter: hugendubel
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Interagency Information Sharing
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Interagency Information Sharing ab 67.99 EURO Understanding the Determinants of Electronic Information Sharing

Anbieter: ebook.de
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Interagency Information Sharing
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Interagency integration and information sharing are clearly high priority goals for governments to provide better services to their citizens. The ability of local government agencies to effectively utilize technologies to share information with state agencies constitutes a critical element in nationwide information sharing efforts. This book provides a theoretical discussion and an empirical investigation of the factors that influence local agency electronic information sharing with state agencies. The study leverages a two-staged research design, which includes an in-depth case study and a survey. Based on the findings, an extensive set of recommendations that can be utilized to improve the success of interagency information sharing initiatives is put forth. The findings are important and relevant to government agencies, the directors and IT managers of these agencies, policy-makers, nongovernmental agencies, service providers, and researchers.

Anbieter: Dodax
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International Police Cooperation
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The globalization of threats and the complexity of international security issues represent, more than ever, a challenge for international policing to (re)shape the configuration of interagency interaction. Police cooperation refers to the interaction in which two or more police entities (including private and public agencies) act together, intentionally or not. Police cooperation gives the opportunity to pool financial, human, and material resources to reach goals that cannot be reached unilaterally. However, there are also challenges with this type of interaction, such as the overlap of inter-agency investigation and competition. Collaboration between law enforcement agencies is plagued by competing agendas, limited resources, and nationalistic/discretionary intelligence sharing. Most studies focus on the reasons for the desirability of police cooperation as an approach to transnational crime, the interactions between national police services, or the challenges of the democratization

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Nanostructure Science and Technology
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Timely information on scientific and engineering developments occurring in laboratories around the world provides critical input to maintaining the economic and technological strength of the United States. Moreover, sharing this information quickly with other countries can greatly enhance the productivity of scientists and engineers. These are some of the reasons why the National Science Foundation (NSF) has been involved in funding science and technology assessments comparing the United States and foreign countries since the early 1980s. A substantial number of these studies have been conducted by the World Technology Evaluation Center (WTEC) managed by Loyola College through a cooperative agreement with NSF. The National Science and Technology Council (NSTC), Committee on Technology's Interagency Working Group on NanoScience, Engineering and Technology (CT/IWGN) worked with WTEC to develop the scope of this Nanostucture Science and Technology report in an effort to develop a baseline of understanding for how to strategically make Federal nanoscale R&D investments in the coming years. The purpose of the NSTC/WTEC activity is to assess R&D efforts in other countries in specific areas of technology, to compare these efforts and their results to U. S. research in the same areas, and to identify opportunities for international collaboration in precompetitive research. Many U. S. organizations support substantial data gathering and analysis efforts focusing on nations such as Japan. But often the results of these studies are not widely available. At the same time, government and privately sponsored studies that are in the public domain tend to be 'input' studies.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 07.06.2020
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International Police Cooperation
132,99 € *
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The globalization of threats and the complexity of international security issues represent, more than ever, a challenge for international policing to (re)shape the configuration of interagency interaction. Police cooperation refers to the interaction in which two or more police entities (including private and public agencies) act together, intentionally or not. Police cooperation gives the opportunity to pool financial, human, and material resources to reach goals that cannot be reached unilaterally. However, there are also challenges with this type of interaction, such as the overlap of inter-agency investigation and competition. Collaboration between law enforcement agencies is plagued by competing agendas, limited resources, and nationalistic/discretionary intelligence sharing. Most studies focus on the reasons for the desirability of police cooperation as an approach to transnational crime, the interactions between national police services, or the challenges of the democratization

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 07.06.2020
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Nanostructure Science and Technology
155,99 € *
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Timely information on scientific and engineering developments occurring in laboratories around the world provides critical input to maintaining the economic and technological strength of the United States. Moreover, sharing this information quickly with other countries can greatly enhance the productivity of scientists and engineers. These are some of the reasons why the National Science Foundation (NSF) has been involved in funding science and technology assessments comparing the United States and foreign countries since the early 1980s. A substantial number of these studies have been conducted by the World Technology Evaluation Center (WTEC) managed by Loyola College through a cooperative agreement with NSF. The National Science and Technology Council (NSTC), Committee on Technology's Interagency Working Group on NanoScience, Engineering and Technology (CT/IWGN) worked with WTEC to develop the scope of this Nanostucture Science and Technology report in an effort to develop a baseline of understanding for how to strategically make Federal nanoscale R&D investments in the coming years. The purpose of the NSTC/WTEC activity is to assess R&D efforts in other countries in specific areas of technology, to compare these efforts and their results to U. S. research in the same areas, and to identify opportunities for international collaboration in precompetitive research. Many U. S. organizations support substantial data gathering and analysis efforts focusing on nations such as Japan. But often the results of these studies are not widely available. At the same time, government and privately sponsored studies that are in the public domain tend to be 'input' studies.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 07.06.2020
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