Methodology for Public Administrators for Selecting Between Open Source and Proprietary Software
The public sector needs to change over to communicating digitally. This development makes great demands both on work processes in the public sector and on the Information Technology systems, on which e-government is based. From the economic perspective, the change-over poses great challenges, as huge investments will have to be made in Information Technology in the public sector. It is therefore natural, in connection with these investments, for a detailed assessment to be made of what forms of technology it is anticipated to be used, and who controls the development and ownership of this technology.