Natalie Helbig
Natalie Helbig
Deputy Director, Division of Information and Statistics, Office of Quality and Patient Safety, NYS
Verified email at ctg.albany.edu
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Understanding the complexity of electronic government: Implications from the digital divide literature
N Helbig, JR Gil-García, E Ferro
Government information quarterly 26 (1), 89-97, 2009
5002009
Open government and e-government: Democratic challenges from a public value perspective
TM Harrison, S Guerrero, GB Burke, M Cook, A Cresswell, N Helbig, ...
Information Polity 17 (2), 83-97, 2012
4342012
Information strategies for open government: Challenges and prospects for deriving public value from government transparency
SS Dawes, N Helbig
International Conference on Electronic Government, 50-60, 2010
2112010
Being smart: Emerging technologies and innovation in the public sector
JR Gil-Garcia, N Helbig, A Ojo
Government Information Quarterly 31, I1-I8, 2014
2052014
The role of IT literacy in defining digital divide policy needs
E Ferro, NC Helbig, JR Gil-Garcia
Government Information Quarterly 28 (1), 3-10, 2011
2012011
Designing social media policy for government: Eight essential elements
J Hrdinová, N Helbig, CS Peters
Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany, 2010
1472010
Special issue on innovation through open data: Guest editors’ introduction
A Zuiderwijk, N Helbig, JR Gil-García, M Janssen
Journal of theoretical and applied electronic commerce research 9 (2), i-xiii, 2014
1112014
Exploring e-government benefits and success factors
JR Gil-García
Encyclopedia of digital government, 803-811, 2007
912007
Innovating and changing the policy-cycle: Policy-makers be prepared!
M Janssen, N Helbig
Government Information Quarterly 35 (4), S99-S105, 2018
612018
The dynamics of opening government data
N Helbig, AM Cresswell, GB Burke, L Luna-Reyes
Center for Technology in Government.[Online]. Available: http://www. ctg …, 2012
612012
Special Issue on Innovation through Open Data-A Review of the State-of-the-Art and an Emerging Research Agenda
A Zuiderwijk, N Helbig, JR Gil-Garcia, M Janssen
Journal of Theoretical and Applied Electronic Commerce Research 9 (2), 13, 2014
472014
The dynamics of opening government data: A white paper
N Helbig, AM Cresswell, GB Burke, L Luna-Reyes
Center for Technology in Government, University of Albany, New York, 2012
372012
The digital divide metaphor: understanding paths to IT literacy
E Ferro, JR Gil-Garcia, N Helbig
International Conference on Electronic Government, 265-280, 2007
362007
Evaluating the quality and usability of open data for public health research: a systematic review of data offerings on 3 open data platforms
EG Martin, J Law, W Ran, N Helbig, GS Birkhead
Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 23 (4), e5-e13, 2017
312017
Is it only about Internet access? An empirical test of a multi-dimensional digital divide
JR Gil-Garcia, NC Helbig, E Ferro
International Conference on Electronic Government, 139-149, 2006
292006
Liberating data to transform health care: New York’s open data experience
EG Martin, N Helbig, NR Shah
JAMA 311 (24), 2481-2482, 2014
242014
The value and limits of government information resources for policy informatics
SS Dawes, N Helbig
Governance in the information era: Theory and practice of policy informatics 25, 2015
222015
Opening health data: what do researchers want? Early experiences with New York's open health data platform
EG Martin, N Helbig, GS Birkhead
Journal of Public Health Management and Practice 21 (5), E1-E7, 2015
192015
By the numbers: Assessing the nature of quantitative preparation in public policy, public administration, and public affairs doctoral education
RK Rethemeyer, NC Helbig
Journal of Policy Analysis and Management: The Journal of the Association …, 2005
192005
Stakeholder engagement in policy development: observations and lessons from international experience
N Helbig, S Dawes, Z Dzhusupova, B Klievink, CG Mkude
Policy practice and digital science, 177-204, 2015
182015
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