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National information infrastructure development in Canada and the U.S.

Martin Ridley Dowding

National information infrastructure development in Canada and the U.S.

(re) defining universal service and universal access in the age of techno-economic convergence

by Martin Ridley Dowding

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Canada. -- Information Highway Advisory Council.,
  • National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council (U.S.),
  • Information superhighway -- Government policy -- Canada.,
  • Information superhighway -- Government policy -- United States.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Martin Ridley Dowding.
    ContributionsUniversity of Toronto. Faculty of Information Studies.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 267 leaves.
    Number of Pages267
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22463906M
    ISBN 100612705676

    Information Infrastructure Task Force, U.S. Dep't of Commerce, The National Information Infrastructure: Agenda for Action, 58 Fed. Reg. 49, () [hereinafter Agenda for Action]. Many of the individual components of this "network of networks" are in place already, and U.S. companies are investing more than $50 billion annually to upgrade. Testimony by Bette-Jane Crigger for Janu NCVHS JointHearings Testimony by Philip Lee for Octo NCVHS Joint Hearings Developing a Framework to Guide Genomic Data Sharing and Reciprocal Benefits to Developing Countries and Indigenous Peoples: A Colloquium An Overview of Recent Work on Standard Budgets in the United States and Other Anglophone Countries Minutes of .

    ACTION: Establish a virtual Canada-U.S. Infrastructure Risk Analysis Cell to develop and share risk management tools and information. Information Sharing. The value of the Canada-U.S. Action Plan is predicated on the willingness of the Canadian and the U.S. governments and industry to participate in multi-directional information sharing.   By Michael Kronenfeld and Jennie J. Kronenfeld ~ Since the late , Al Gore has been ridiculed for supposedly claiming to have invented the Internet. In reality, he played a key role in the early development of the Internet. In , he was awarded the Webby Lifetime Achievement Award. The Webby Award is the leading.

      Canada and Japan have privacy laws covering the national public sector while some sub-national jurisdictions like Quebec and "permit computer access mechanisms and cryptographic keys to be exploited by NSA for intelligence purposes" Kanagawa have .   Through this report, the National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) presents the results of its initial study on the potential use of up to megahertz of spectrum in the 5 gigahertz (GHz) band by Unlicensed-National Information Infrastructure (U-NII) devices.


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National information infrastructure development in Canada and the U.S by Martin Ridley Dowding Download PDF EPUB FB2

National Information Infrastructure Development in Canada and the U.S.: Redefining Universal Service and Universal Access in the Age of Techno-Economic Convergence Article.

Systems Development and Support Environments: This area consists of the enabling technologies to develop and support large, complex information systems that exploit a national-scale information infrastructure.

Fundamental to this activity is the use of that infrastructure in the software development and support process. This exploratory and descriptive research compares the policy-making processes and policy recommendations regarding universal service and universal access developed by the U.S.

National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIIAC) and the Canadian Information Highway Advisory Council (IHAC) in conjunction with related federal government agencies.

Created in Cited by: 4. Abstract. This exploratory and descriptive research compares the policy-making processes and policy recommendations regarding universal service and universal access developed by the U.S.

National Information Infrastructure Advisory Council (NIIAC) and the Canadian Information Highway Advisory Council (IHAC) in conjunction with related federal government agencies.

This volume, a collection of six papers presented at the National Academy of Engineering Meeting Technical Session, presents a range of views on the subject of the revolution in the U.S. information infrastructure.

The National Information Infrastructure (NII) was the product of the High Performance Computing Act of It was a telecommunications policy buzzword, which was popularized during the Clinton Administration under the leadership of Vice-President Al Gore. It proposed to build communications networks, interactive services, interoperable computer hardware and software, computers, databases.

Page 6— Information Infrastructure Issues Introduction. Manufacturing information infrastructure refers to the computing and communications facilities and services needed to facilitate, manage, and enable efficient manufacturing; key elements include database and information management systems, data communications networks and associated services, and management of.

Strong, modern, world-class public infrastructure is a key factor in achieving the Government of Canada's priorities of a stronger economy, a cleaner environment, and more prosperous, safer communities.

Infrastructure Canada leads the Government of Canada's efforts in addressing Canada's public infrastructure challenges.

concerns of users, service providers, information providers, State and local governments and others. Finally, the U.S. Advisory Council on the National Information 1 Information Infrastructure Task Force, National Telecommunications and Information Administration, National Information Infrastructure: Agenda for Action (Sept.

Author(s)/Editor(s) Biography Andrew Targowski was engaged in the development of social computing in totalitarian Poland (INFOSTRADA and Social Security # for 38 million citizens-PESEL, ) and received political asylum in the U.S.

during the crackdown on solidarity in He has been a professor of business information systems at Western Michigan University since Contact: Infrastructure Canada Kent Street, Suite Ottawa, Ontario K1P 0B6 Public information line: Telephone toll free: Faculty Books; News & Events; About Us. Message from the Dean (September ) Recent work focusses on public information policy for guiding the development of Canada’s information infrastructure, digitally mediated surveillance, internet use in everyday life, digital identity constructions, public participation in information.

Abstract: The launching of Malaysia's Vision mark the country's journey towards becoming a developed nation and embracing the knowledge-based economy as a mean of achieving it. By consciously choosing to utilize the information and communication technology as a tool for development, it has resulted in the increasing use of digital information systems throughout the.

A comprehensive approach to patient safety requires the ability to anticipate and protect against circumstances that might lead to adverse events and implement corrective actions.

Both adverse events and near misses require standard collection/reporting processes, datasets, definitions, and analytic approaches that can be achieved only by integrating patient safety reporting systems into the. CISTI Canada Institute for Scientific and Technical Information.

CUCCIO Canadian University Council of Chief Information Officers. DRI Digital Research Infrastructure. IC Industry Canada. MSI Major Science Initiatives Fund. NEPTUNE North-East Pacific Time-Series Undersea Networked Experiments.

NRC National Research Council of Canada. In the last decade, many breakthrough efforts have helped lay the foundation for a national health information infrastructure.

Informatics systems for processing administrative and financial information have progressed from stand-alone to networked systems. The promise of advanced computing and telecommunications technology stimulated work on an electronic patient record to.

Infrastructure development is the construction of basic foundational services in order to stimulate economic growth and quality of life improvement. Most advanced economies have gone through periods of intensive infrastructure building that have improved the efficiency and competitiveness of regions.

The following are common types of infrastructure development. This input gave impetus to the final scope of the proposed focused program in the development of information infrastructure. As defined here, information infrastructure development includes the integration, synthesis, and definition of any information that needs to be shared across the enterprise and the development of the means by which to transport, store, and access that information.

Information system infrastructure and architecture. A well-designed information system rests on a coherent foundation that supports responsive change—and, thus, the organization’s agility—as new business or administrative initiatives arise.

Known as the information system infrastructure, the foundation consists of core telecommunications networks, databases and data warehouses, software.

he National Health Information Infrastructure (NHII) is: an initiative set forth to improve the effectiveness, efficiency and overall quality of health and health care in the United States a comprehensive knowledge-based network of interoperable systems of clinical, public health, and personal health information that would improve decision.

Additional information on how information infrastructure applications can benefit people can be found in two reports from the U.S. Information Infrastructure Task Force's Committee on Applications and Technology: "Putting the Information Infrastructure to Work," National Institute of Standards and Technology Special Publication Dowding, Martin Ridley.

(). National information infrastructure development in Canada and the U.S.: (Re)defining universal service and universal access in the age of techno-economic convergence (PhD dissertation). University of Toronto. Find it in print or ProQuest. Stabile, Juliana M. ().The National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA) is an agency of the United States Department of Commerce that serves as the President's principal adviser on telecommunications policies pertaining to the United States' economic and technological advancement and to regulation of the telecommunications industry.

Among its stated goals are: [not verified in body].