Public administration -- Data processing -- Research -- United States. : Information technology research, innovation, and E-Government / Committee on Computing and Communications Research to Enable Better Use of Information Technology in Government, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, Division on Engineering and Physical Sciences, National Research Council.
Public administration -- Data processing -- Research -- United States -- Congresses. : Summary of a Workshop on Information Technology Research for Federal Statistics [electronic resource] / Committee on Computing and Communications Research to Enable Better Use of Information Technology in Government, Computer Science and Telecommunications Board, Commission on Physical Sciences, Mathematics, and Applications, Committee on National Statistics, Commission on Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education, National Research Council.
Public administration -- Decision making -- Catalogs. : A catalogue of discretionary powers in the Revised statutes of Canada 1970 = Répertoire des pouvoirs discrétionnaires relevés dans les Statuts revisés du Canada 1970 / Philip Anisman, [Administrative Law Project] Law Reform Commission of Canada.
Public administration -- Economic aspects -- Congresses. : Opportunity calls : exporting Australian public sector skills to the Asia/Pacific region : national conference : 24-25 June 1993, Old Parliament House, Canberra / Royal Institute of Public Administration Australia in conjunction with Consult Australia and AUSTRADE.
Public administration -- England -- Early works to 1800. : Holmes'-tract on the novel county-rates, Exeter, 1799, hypothetically founded on the births of two acts of Parliament, (12 and 13 George II.) Now nearly sixty years of age [electronic resource] : Collated with country-rates, Devon, &c. Where forfeitures of recognizances, felon's goods, &c. pass into His Majesty's Exchequer, but in Exeter, to the burser of the chamber of Exeter; including a sketch of the present state of the city bodies-corporate, generally and specially discussed; by William Holmes, Esq. a deaf freeman of Exeter, S.C.L.---Oxford. Duly entered at Stationers' Hall, London. This tract sold by Mr. Samual Coker, Sadler's Ironmonger, near the public pump, South-Street, Exeter-who will keep the account of sale without reward-as the profit by sale (if any) will be far public benefit-if a loss, Mr. H. will readily pay it. Sold also by all booksellers in England.