Freedom of information in law
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Freedom of information in law

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In June 2006 nearly 70 countries had freedom of information legislations applying to information held by government bodies and in certain circumstances to private bodies. In 19 of these countries the freedom of information legislation also applied to private bodies Access to information was increasingly recognized as a prerequisite for transparency and accountability of governments, as a facilitating consumers’ ability to make informed choices, and as safeguarding citizens against mismanagement and corruption. This has led an increasing number of countries to enact freedom of information legislation in the past 10 years
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Computer Science Professional

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Characteristics of a IT/Computer Science profession Great responsibility Professionals deal in matters of vital importance to their clients and are therefore entrusted with grave responsibilities and obligations. Given these inherent obligations, professional work typically involves circumstances where carelessness, inadequate skill, or breach of ethics would be significantly damaging to the client and/or his fortunes.
Outsourcing IT/Computer Science Services
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Outsourcing IT/Computer Science Services

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Outsourcing is a contractual arrangement under which a client hands over a certain business function to a supplier This usually includes planning, management, and operation of this function Very common in some situations: few people generate their own electricity or drill their own wells Logic is that a company specializing in a particular area, e.g. catering or office cleaning, is probably better at it