Database Category: Government Reform

Government Reform

Early in 2020, severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2) transmission was curbed in many countries by imposing combinations of nonpharmaceutical interventions. Sufficient data on transmission have now accumulated to discern the effectiveness of individual interventions.

This study investigates the impact of a global E-government reform network on an individual country’s E-government performance.

The Indonesian government reforms in healthcare shift the management philosophy of healthcare from sellers’ market to consumers’ demand that providing high-quality service and achieving a patient’s satisfaction become critical issues.

Governments worldwide are designing and implementing new institutional and technology approaches for providing integrated government-to-business (G2B) services, recognizing the many benefits that can be realized both by government regulators and businesses.

The massive federal stimulus package signed last week by President Biden will bring billions of dollars to state and local governments. Here’s what that will mean for technology modernization efforts.

State lawmakers will decide the fate of 15 reform bills during a pandemic-shortened session marked by civil unrest and an economic crisis. Not all of them will make it.

State lawmakers have just five weeks to come up with solutions to massive pandemic-related problems and prevent Californians of all stripes – tenants, landlords, small-business owners, essential workers – from falling off the edge of a cliff.

California lawmakers are returning to work Monday for a furious five-week sprint that will include contentious debates about police brutality, unemployment benefits, hospital mergers and a moratorium on evictions during the coronavirus pandemic.

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