The Coordinated Assistance Network (CAN) helps communities prepare for and respond to disasters. The ability to exchange up-to-date information about resources and clients is central to effective response. The University of Nebraska Public Policy Center and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Department of Computer Science and Engineering analyzed data exports from the CAN system and 211 […]
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Investigating the Role of Distrust in Unauthorized Online Activities Using an Integrated Sociotechnical Approach
Evidence suggests that “unauthorized online behavior” motivated by social, political, economic and cultural conflicts is increasing. Yet research on stemming cyber-attacks has tended to focus on mechanisms and processes of defense, ignoring what determines and prevents the conditions that foster cyber-attacks in the first place. Advancing knowledge about distrust in general and in this specific […]
The ne211.org website resulted from a collaboration of Nebraska organizations working to ensure that individuals have an easy means to search for health and human service agencies and programs and find the help they need. Ne211.org combined resource information from organizations who maintained databases on several thousand agencies, programs, and services across the state. The […]
PPC staffers defined, described, calculated, and presented the likely costs and benefits of implementing and maintaining a 2-1-1 information and referral system in Nebraska. The study included a survey of current information and referral services in Nebraska and a cost/benefit analysis of the technical and practical aspects of implementing and maintaining a 2-1-1 system. See […]
This project developed the technological link between propriety software and existing xml standards to enable resource information sharing (locally and nationally). Tools created by this project enable linking disparate resource databases using the market-leading proprietary software. The project identified and resolved semantic conflicts by developing a codified data format structure, and data conflicts by creating […]
Shank, N., (2012). A review of the role of cost–benefit analyses in 2-1-1 Diffusion, American Journal of Preventive Medicine, 43(6S5), S497-S505.
Stromer-Galley, J., Webb, N., & Muhlberger, P. (2012). Deliberative E-Rulemaking Project: Challenges to enacting real world deliberation. Journal of Information Technology and Politics, 9(1), 82–96.
Herian, M. N., Shank, N., & Abdel-Monem, T. (2012). Trust in government and support for governmental regulation: The case of electronic medical records. Health Expectations. doi: 10.1111/j.1369-7625.2012.00803.x
Amla, N., Atluri, V., Epstein, J., Greenspan, S., Muhlberger, P., Piotrowki, V. P., … Weber, S. (2012). Toward a Secure and Trustworthy Cyberspace. The Next Wave, 19(4), 37-41.
Muhlberger, P., Stromer-Galley, J., & Webb, N. (2012). An Experiment in E-Rulemaking with Natural Language Processing and Democratic Deliberation. In K. Kloby & M. J. D’Agostino (Eds.), Citizen 2.0: Public and Governmental Interaction Through Web 2.0 Technologies (pp. 23–40). Hershey, PA: IGI Global Publishers.