Can the Skipper Ride the Storm?: The State as ICT-Client in Danish Construction

Publication: Research - peer-reviewArticle in proceedings – Annual report year: 2006

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The paper presents an ongoing evaluation of a national R&D program for ICT in architecture, engineering and construction industries (AEC), its mechanisms, its process and preliminary results. Such ICT-programs can focus on standards for implementation of configurations of generic software packages, rather that development of new software or design methods. However the coordination of a multi vehicle national program becomes a major issue and embedding in the institutions of the sector crucially important. Although the program is still on its way, the final public orders law-regulating the sector are by july 2006 present as detailed drafts, which just passed a public hearing and are to be issued by the 1th of January 2007. The size of the program compared to research resources is a “poor fit”, but there is still room for national ICT- programs if a sector has a joint development agenda.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationTechology and Global Integration : Proceedings of Second European Conference on Management of Technology
Volume2
Place of publicationBirmingham
PublisherIAMOT
Publication date2006
Edition1
ISBN (print)185449-416-3
StatePublished

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Conference2nd European Conference on Management of Technology
Number2
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityBirmingham
Period10/09/0612/09/06
Internet addresshttp://archive.iamot.org/EuroMOT2006ProceedingsDec2006.html
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