The Information Policy Maze

As the title of this book suggests, the development, implementation and outcomes of national information policies present a maze of issues, options and unexpected results for all stakeholders. The Information Policy Maze examines major ...

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Author: Dianne Northfield

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ISBN: IND:30000066062344

Category: Communication, International

Page: 540

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Information Policy

INFORMATION ON INFORMATION A publication of the Policy Group on Information and Computers Committee on House Administration United States House of Representatives INFORMATION POLICY : PUBLIC LAWS FROM THE 95TH CONGRESS The gathering and ...

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Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on House Administration. Policy Group on Information and Computers

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105005949883

Category: Computers

Page: 22

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Florida s Information Policy

Problems and Issues in the Information Age Florida. Legislature. Joint Committee on Information Technology Resources. UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOI8-URBANA 342.75.90853F595F C001 FLORIDA'S INFORMATION POLICY TALLAHASSE | 0112-018722253.

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Author: Florida. Legislature. Joint Committee on Information Technology Resources

Publisher: Tallahassee, Fla. : The Committee

ISBN: UIUC:30112018722253

Category: Government information

Page: 160

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Information Policy

During the past two years , the Policy Group on Information and Computers has issued a monthly newsletter , Information on Information , informing Members of the House and their staffs of the automated services which are available to ...

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Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on House Administration

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ISBN: UCAL:B3960807

Category: Computers

Page: 22

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International Communication and Information Policy

( 6 ) How does the agreement differ from Executive Order 12016 which sets out responsibilities for international communication and information policy in 1978 ? Answer . As is noted in the Agreement it is not intended to alter E.O. 12046 ...

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Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Foreign Relations. Subcommittee on Arms Control, Oceans, International Operations, and Environment

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105062009332

Category: Artificial satellites in telecommunication

Page: 422

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Designing Genetic Information Policy

The routine availability of identifiable genetic information about individuals may have far - reaching effects . The range of policy problems raised by genetic data goes beyond traditional privacy concerns . New genetic information may ...

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Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Government Operations

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ISBN: UCSD:31822008224339

Category: Government publications

Page: 43

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Federal Scientific and Technical Information Policy

FEDERAL SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION POLICY THURSDAY , OCTOBER 12 , 1989 HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES , SUBCOMMITTEE ON SCIENCE , RESEARCH , AND TECHNOLOGY , COMMITTEE ON SCIENCE , SPACE , AND TECHNOLOGY , Washington , DC .

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Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Science, Space, and Technology. Subcommittee on Science, Research, and Technology

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ISBN: PSU:000015621894

Category: Government information

Page: 316

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ORD Technical Information Policy and Guide

Technical Information Policy Part of the ORD technical information mission is direct - the production of criteria documents , expert testimony and other inputs into EPA's regulatory process . Another part of this mission is achieved by ...

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Author: United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development

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ISBN: IND:30000099321279

Category: Environmental policy

Page: 27

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MEDLARS and Health Information Policy

Info . 6 : 212 , 1980 . 32. Corning , M. E. , and Cummings , M. M. , “ Biomedical Communications , " in Advances in American ... Department of Commerce , Issues in Information Policy , J. Yurow , project director ( Washington , D.C .

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Author: United States. Congress. Office of Technology Assessment

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ISBN: UCR:31210024827212

Category: Electronic government information

Page: 150

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The objectives of this technical memorandum are 2 fold: to examine the US National Library of Medicine's (NLM) role in the creation and distribution of computerized health related bibliographic information in light of the private sector's presence in this field and the public interest; and to examine MEDLARS' effectiveness in disseminating bibliographic health related information. 5 chapters describe the development, current status, and future plans for MEDLARS databases and online services; discuss system issues related to the effectiveness of MEDLARS in disseminating bibliographic health related information; review private sector health related databases and commercial information services; focus on the considerations underlying the current debate on the appropriate role of the government in information transfer; and analyze the domestic and international implications of changing the range and pricing structure of MEDLARS computerized products and services. Since its inception, MEDLARS has become more sophisticated, accessible, and inclusive, and MEDLARS 2, the library's current system, is utilized more than any other system by health communities in the US and abroad. The development of MEDLARS parallels the evolution in medical bibliography that began in the 1950s with the 1st attempt to apply computer technologies to information processing. The system's 1st database, MEDLINE, was a byproduct of the computerized production of the printed "Index Medicus." "Index Medicus" continues to provide physicians and other health professionals the major access to biomedical literature worldwide. NLM is continuously refining MEDLARS 2 to extend its capabilities. The system has evolved into a complex multiprocessing system that maintains data files, provides online retrieval services, and produces computer photocomposed publications. MEDLARS 2 contains almost 20 databases. The machine readable data tape that is the source of data for MEDLINE is used to produce "Index Medicus" and other publications. MEDLINE, with its related backfiles, is the largest database in MEDLARS and is the most extensively used. Literature selection is used as a quality filter for the indexed biomedical literature database. The selection process is highly structured and involves a critical review of the literature by a panel of expert consultants. In fiscal year 1981, NLM conducted over 2 million online searches, fully 1/3 of all such searchers performed in the US. MEDLARS 2 allows for direct communication with the computer in online, interactive fashion.

Legislation on Communication of Governmental Proceedings and Information Policy

A. 1995 SENATE BILL 395 1995 Senate Bill 395 creates an additional duty for the current Joint Committee on Information Policy ( JCIP ) . Under the Bill , the Joint Committee is required to review any use by legislative committees and ...

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Author: John Stolzenberg

Publisher: Legislative Reference Bureau

ISBN: WISC:89096561360

Category: Government communication systems

Page: 23

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