NASIRE

AcronymDefinition
NASIRENational Association of State Information Resource Executives
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(4) The IT management structure of each state government was obtained from National Association of State Information Resource Executives (NASIRE [NASIRE 1996]).
Other Census Total expenditures -- 1989-1995 expenditures Bureau ([October payroll* 12] + capital outlay) converted to constant 1992 dollars using implicit price deflator Management NASIRE Four different management 1989-1995 types: CIO only; commission only; CIO and commission; none (reference) Population BEA Total state population 1989-1995 Lag IT CI Created using lag 1990-1995 stock operator in SAS (Financial measure) Lag IPI CI Created using lag 1991-1995 (Performance operator in SAS measure) Exhibit 3 Sample Characteristics Variables N Mean Std.
National Association of State Information Resource Executives (NASIRE) and National Association of State Purchasing Officials (NASPO).
Estimates for correcting state government computer systems, compiled by NASIRE, range from $1.5 million to more than $250 million per state.
The states' share was calculated using the estimated information resources budgets, as reported to the National Association of State Information Resources Executives (NASIRE).
NASIRE represents information resource executives and managers from the 50 states, six U.S.
However, within the last year, the Council for Excellence in Government (using Hart Research), the National Association of State Information Resources Executives (NASIRE) and the State of New Jersey (using the Eagleton Institute of Politics at Rutgers University), and NIC Commerce (using the Momentum Research Group of Cunningham Communication) have sought to benchmark demand for e-government services and applications.
(3.) E-Government: A Vision for New Zealanders, 2000, NASIRE Web site.
* The National Association of State Information Resources Executives (NASIRE) site lists state government resources at http://www.state.ky.us/nasire/ NASIREhome.html.
A section on procurement reform offers an on-line copy of the report Buying Smart: State Procurement Reform Saves Millions, a joint publication of NASPO and the National Association of State Information Resource Executives (NASIRE).
* The National Association of the State Information Resources Executives (NASIRE) site lists state government resources at http://www.state.ky.us/nasire/NASIREhome.html.