1. Introduction; K. Viborg Andersen. Section I: Governmental Intervention and Implementation of EDI. 2. Government Intervention and Implementation of EDI. Goals and Conflict; J. Damsgaard, K. Lyytinen. 3. Societal Factors and the Diffusion of EDI in the Netherlands; E. Trauth, et al. 4. EDI in the Public Sector: Building on Lessons from the Private Sector; M. Falch. 5. Stakeholder Analysis in UK Health Interorganizational Systems; A. Pouloudi. Section II: Organizational Transformation Using EDI. 6. A British Initiative in the Health Sector; T. Cornford. 7. Government and Private Sector Perspectives of EDI: TradeNet; M. Tan. 8. Reengineering with EDI: A Trojan Horse in Circumventing Non-Tariff Barriers to Trade; A.T. Chatfield, N. Bjørn-Andersen. Section III: EDI in Local Government. 9. EDI and Regional Health Data Networking; K. Viborg Andersen. 10. EDI and Public Procurement in Swedish Local Government; K. Bryntse. 11. EDI, Information Processing and Issues of Governance: The Informational Character of UK Local Government; A. Southern. Section IV: Societal Issues of EDI. 12. Internet Data Security: For the Courts, Criminal Justice Agencies and the Public in Pennsylvania; J.H. Davenport. 13. EDI in the Public Sector: The Danish INFO-2000 Plan and the Democratic Route to Informating the Public Sector; M. Kühn Pedersen. 14. Conclusions: An Analysis of the Contributions on EDI and Data Networking in the Public Sector; K. Viborg Andersen. References. Subject Index.
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