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Enacting E-Budgeting in Mexico (1)

PFM, Vol. 4 No. 2, (2004)

There is a common understanding that e-government
applications have the potential to transform governmental operations
and services. Public managers in different countries are working to
provide the benefits of information technologies to their agencies and
clients. Budgeting is one of the most relevant and comprehensive
government processes and electronic budgeting is a very necessary
part of this new wave of reform. However, e-budgeting is not only a
matter of how information technology can change the budgeting
process, but also a question of how the government setting affects the
kind of technology that can be implemented and used. This paper
discusses how organizational dynamics and institutional
arrangements affect the technology features of e-budgeting projects in

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