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Title: Improving the responsiveness and efficiency of public sector's information provision for government services in Mongolia : subproject final report of "MEGA MONGOLIA- DREAM IT" project
Authors: Serjamts, D.
Aruinaa, L.
Tamir, J.
Byambadorj, D.
Narantulga, B.
Keywords: PUBLIC SECTOR'S INFORMATION PROVISION FOR GOVERNMENT SERVICES IN MONGOLIA
ACCESS TO INFORMATION
GOVERNMENT PROGRAMMES
PUBLIC SERVICES
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
COMMUNICATION INFRASTRUCTURE
INTERNET
MONGOLIA
Date: 2010
Publisher: Academy of Management, Ulaanbaatar, MN
Abstract: Findings show need for effective government information provision, including clear job descriptions of civil servants who will provide information services to citizens, favourable working conditions for providing information services, and an adequate infrastructure for organization of information services. The research indicates that information needs by residency, age, gender and education levels did not show major differences among respondents, but differences were observed between employed and unemployed. Public offices have created information databases, but fail to place them on the Internet with easy public access to meet citizens’ information needs.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10625/45032
Project Number: 104919
Project Title: Development Research to Empower All Mongolians through Information Communication Technology - DREAM IT
Access: IDRC Only
License: MGC signed post January 2008 - copyright statement required on document
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