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Leveraging Technology In The Public Sector
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Security and Ethics in the Public Sector
- Describe the managerial control and auditing of evolving systems.
- Identify the legal, regulatory, and general security concerns of information technology in state and local government.
- Identify ethical issues regarding data collected by state and local government.
Emerging Trends and Special Topics
- Prescribe the information technology needs of a state or local government organization.
Technology That Enables Stakeholders
- Explain how security concerns and limited resources dictate the selection of various types of networks.
- Exemplify how information technology maintains or increases efficiency in local and state government.
- Identify implications of mobile technology on public sector stakeholders.
Communicating With the Stakeholders and Improving Satisfaction
- Predict how consumers may influence the future of information technology in the public sector.
- Delineate the role of eCommerce in stakeholder satisfaction in the public sector.
- Describe how social networking web applications can increase stakeholder satisfaction.
Designing the Connections
- Compile basic design considerations for various stakeholders.
- Determine the factors that contribute to linking partners in local and state government.
- Assess the factors that influence the possible need for customized software.
Managing in a Digital World
- Define information technology.
- Identify uses of tools utilized in information technology.
- Analyze the benefits and risks of information technology.
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