Internet use among local governments in Illinois" nonmetropolitan communities by Daniel J. Hammel

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Published by Illinois Institute of Rural Affairs in Macomb, IL .

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  • Illinois,
  • Illinois.

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  • Municipal government -- Illinois -- Data processing.,
  • Internet in public administration -- Illinois.

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A survey of mayors in small Illinois municipalities to determine the extent to which local public officials are using the Internet, the information from which will be used to design educational programs to assist public officials in finding ways to use the Internet to increase their access to the latest management practices and other information to improve the overall delivery of local public services and to provide benchmark information that can be used to monitor changes in the amount and types of Internet usage.

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Statementby Daniel J. Hammel.
ContributionsIllinois Institute for Rural Affairs.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsJS344.E42 I45 2001
The Physical Object
Paginationv, 38 p. :
Number of Pages38
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL3992792M
LC Control Number2001330848
OCLC/WorldCa46687845

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[Daniel J Hammel; Illinois Institute for Rural Affairs.] -- A survey of mayors in small Illinois municipalities to determine the extent to which local public officials are using the Internet, the information from which will be used to design educational.

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