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GOVERNMENT INFORMATION QUARTERLY

ISSN:

0740-624X

eISSN:

1872-9517

Disciplines
(Field of Science):

  • Communication and media studies (Social studies)
  • Political science and public administration (Social studies)
  • Management and quality studies (Social studies)
  • Law (Social studies)

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Ministry points - current year
Year Points List
2021 200 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
Ministry points - previous years
Year Points List
2021 200 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2020 200 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2019 200 Ministry Scored Journals List 2019
2018 40 A
2017 40 A
2016 40 A
2015 40 A
2014 35 A
2013 35 A
2012 35 A
2011 35 A
2010 32 A
2009 32 A
2008 32 A

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Hybrid

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Points CiteScore - current year
Year Points
2019 10.3
Points CiteScore - previous years
Year Points
2019 10.3
2018 10.3
2017 9.2
2016 8.7
2015 9.8
2014 6.2
2013 6.2
2012 5.9
2011 4.5

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2021
  • Design principles for creating digital transparency in government
    Publication

    - GOVERNMENT INFORMATION QUARTERLY - 2021

    Under pressure to fight corruption, hold public officials accountable, and build trust with citizens, many governments pursue the quest for greater transparency. They publish data about their internal operations, externalize decision-making processes, establish digital inquiry lines to public officials, and employ other forms of transparency using digital means. Despite the presence of many transparency-enhancing digital tools,...

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2020
  • Data governance: Organizing data for trustworthy Artificial Intelligence
    Publication
    • M. Janssen
    • P. Brous
    • E. Estevez
    • L. Barbosa
    • T. Janowski

    - GOVERNMENT INFORMATION QUARTERLY - 2020

    The rise of Big, Open and Linked Data (BOLD) enables Big Data Algorithmic Systems (BDAS) which are often based on machine learning, neural networks and other forms of Artificial Intelligence (AI). As such systems are increasingly requested to make decisions that are consequential to individuals, communities and society at large, their failures cannot be tolerated, and they are subject to stringent regulatory and ethical requirements....

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2015
  • Digital government evolution: From transformation to contextualization

    The Digital Government landscape is continuously changing to reflect how governments are trying to find innovative digital solutions to social, economic, political and other pressures, and how they transform themselves in the process. Understanding and predicting such changes is important for policymakers, government executives, researchers and all those who prepare, make, implement or evaluate Digital Government decisions. This...

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