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Management Information Systems
Examines management information systems and how they are used in a governmental setting.
# 60841 | 16,130 words | 9 sources | APA | 2005 | US

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This study examines management information systems and discusses how systems in a governmental system differ from those used in the private sector. Further, the paper hypothesizes that management information systems in government are much more complex and take longer to create than other management information systems because of the inherent difficulties in thoroughly protecting sensitive data from those that should not have access to it. The paper recommends how to best set up a management information system for the government.

Statement of the Problem
Purpose of the Study
Importance of the Study
Scope of the Study
Rationale of the Study
Definition of Terms
Overview of the Study
Review of Related Literature
Data Gathering Method
Database of Study
Validity of Data
Originality and Limitations of Data
Analysis of the Data
Summary, Recommendations and Conclusions

From the Paper:

"Management information systems in government is an issue that has been studied for quite some time, because much of what is learned changes with the changing and evolving technology that is so prevalent in today's society. It is important to note, however, that government is only one small segment of the population and that management information systems are important in many other areas as well. Those that are involved with management information systems often know a great deal about computers and just as much about business, as the two tie together to form competent individuals in this area that can set up almost any kind of management information system for whatever type of business requests it."

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APA Format

Management Information Systems (2005, September 14) Retrieved March 24, 2023, from

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"Management Information Systems" 14 September 2005. Web. 24 March. 2023. <>