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Setting the Agenda for Civil Information Management

Pieter Wisse
University of Amsterdam, The Netherlands


Abstract
Promoting a discipline of civil information management, or engineering, has so far met with little success. A catalyst or, in terms of innovation diffusion theory, champion is still lacking. How different with spatial planning! In the Netherlands, the Ministry of Housing, Spatial Planning and the Environment is actively supporting, initiating, even, "a programme of education, research, and professional practice with design and politics as its central themes." A recent book, Design and Politics, "seeks to provide inspiration and set the agenda for that programme" in spatial planning. Such efforts are outlined as exemplary for setting the agenda for civil information management aka information-spatial planning.

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Reference:Wisse, P.E. (2010). "Setting the Agenda for Civil Information Management," University of Amsterdam, Netherlands . Sprouts: Working Papers on Information Systems, 10(1). http://sprouts.aisnet.org/10-1
Keywords:Civil information management, civil information engineering, information society, network society, infrastructure, information-spatial planning, design and politics.
Item Type:Article - Volume 10 Article 1 (2010)
Language:Dutch
Email: Pieter Wisse (pewisse@wanandoo.nl)
Additional Information:Dutch title: Agendering van informatieruimtelijke ordening. Originally published in: PrimaVera, working paper # 2010-01, University of Amsterdam, 2010.

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