English translation: public information management
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Dutch to English translations [PRO] Education / Pedagogy / course name
Dutch term or phrase:bestuurlijke informatievoorziening
How can I best translate this? It is the name of one of the courses available at 'Hogeschool Rotterdam'. Perhaps 'Administrative data facilities' or 'Administrative data services'? Any help appreciated, TIA!
I agree with Harry's remark (and hence answer): "The course does not refer to (a) specific system(s) but to the process." More specifically: acquiring the skills to manage this process. Nevertheless, thanks everyone! 4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
Hi Albert, I cannot answer your first question; re sphere: this course seems to be related to skills and competencies required in a student's future profession, so I'd say it is related to the corporate sphere. Hope this helps!
Is it about services, facilities or the profession/expertise?
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information planning for administrative purposes
Explanation: Zo hebben Nederlandse onderzoekers het in een Britse tekst omschreven
... discipline of "bestuurlijke informatievoorziening" (information planning for administrative purposes). Consulting on organizational issues was an important ...
(The Consultancy Field in Western Europe
Matthias Kipping and Thomas Armbrüster
The University of Reading)
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I agree with Harry's remark (and hence answer): "The course does not refer to (a) specific system(s) but to the process." More specifically: acquiring the skills to manage this process. Nevertheless, thanks everyone!