The book’s primary contribution is to highlight the actual trends and challenges in research in IT governance in public organizations with the aim to report innovative research and new insights in the theories, models and practices in this research topic.

The book is structured in three sections: Management, Modeling and Case Studies and includes 12 chapters that are presenting different research studies concerning IT governance in public organizations.

The target audiences of this book are researchers, policy-makers, IT practitioners, and university students interested in IT governance.

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