The Legislation Systems Project: An Ethnographic Case Study of Computerisation and the Production of Legislation in Tasmania, Australia

The Legislation Systems Project: An Ethnographic Case Study of Computerisation and the Production of Legislation in Tasmania, Australia

Lynley Hocking (University of Tasmania, Australia)
Copyright: © 2002 |Pages: 21
DOI: 10.4018/jgim.2002100102
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Abstract

The LSP is a project where computerised technology has been used in an innovative manner to assist the creation of and access to legislation in Tasmania, Australia. It has had significant organisational implications and provides an insight into the computerisation of core government processes and the professional area of legal drafting. Particularly, it has induced standardisation and an increasingly technocratic approach with process, role and authority structure changes.

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