Open Government: A Journal on Freedom of Information
July 21st, 2005 by Tom Johnson

Marylaine Block, editor/publisher of Ex Libris and Neat New Stuff, tips us to a new journal, “Open Government.”  It is a British online-only publication, but addresses global issues related to freedom of information.

Launched March 2005… access peer reviewed journal on Open Government and Freedom of Information

Journal Aim: To publish research and communications related to
Freedom of Information (FOI) legislation from the perspective of
academics, practioners and FOI users.

-Freedom of Information legislation and information provision for citizens
-Comparative views of international freedom of information legislation
-Freedom of information legislation and the open government debate
-The impact of Freedom of Information on public administration
-Case studies from public authorities by FOI practioners
-Information Systems for managing records and FOI requests
-The relationship of Freedom of Information legislation and other access to information legislation

The Journal is run under open access principles is free to
access in electronic form. Printed copies of the journal are not
currently available.
The Journal is funded by the School of Business Information at Liverpool John Moores University” 



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