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|Statement||William Lehr, Frank R. Lichtenberg.|
|Series||NBER working paper series -- working paper 5616, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research) -- working paper no. 5616.|
|Contributions||Lichtenberg, Frank R., National Bureau of Economic Research.|
|LC Classifications||HB1 .W654 no. 5616|
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|Pagination||32 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||32|
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This paper examines trends in computer usage and the effect on productivity growth for a sample of federal government agencies over the period from to We link data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) on the growth in real output per employee with data from a marketing research firm, Computer Intelligence (CI), on the growth in per capita computer assets for a sample of 44 federal by: Computer use and productivity growth in Federal government agencies, to Author: William Lehr ; Frank R Lichtenberg ; National Bureau of Economic Research.
Abstract: This paper examines trends in computer usage and the effect on productivity growth for a sample of federal government agencies over the period from to We link data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) on the growth in real output per employee with data from a marketing research firm, Computer Intelligence Computer use and productivity growth in Federal government agencies, on the growth in per capita computer assets for a sample of 44 federal agencies.
We estimate a production function for government services that includes IT capital as an input, and find a strong positive relationship across federal agencies between productivity growth and computer‐intensity growth during the period –92, controlling for growth in compensation and other outlays per employee, and in the number of Cited by: COMPUTER USE AND PRODUCTIVITY GROWTH IN FEDERAL GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, T0 ABSTRACT This paper examines trends in computer usage and the effect on productivity growth for a sample of federal government agencies over the period from to Computer Use and Productivity Growth in federal Government Agencies This paper exemines trends in computer usage and the effect on productivity growth for a sample of federal goverment agencies over the period from to Computer Use and Productivity Growth in Federal Government Agencies, to NBER Working Papers, National Bureau of Economic Research, Inc View citations (1) Computer Use and Productivity Growth in federal Government Agencies Working Papers, Columbia - Graduate School of Business View citations (3) International R&D Spillovers: A Re.
As Griliches () points out, this is an essential first step in identifying nonpecuniary externalities or ‘spill-overs’ through the impact of a decline in computer prices on productivity growth.
* * Brynjolfsson () has proveded a detailed survey of studies of nonpecuniary externalities or ‘spill overs’. Recent 1987 to 1992 book include. The impact of computers on U.S. productivity growth a. has been disappointingly small-about one-half percentage point annually between and b. has been dramatic, contributing to significant growth during the early years of the 21st century c.
has been significant in the health care sector, but not elsewhere d. has actually been negative in most industries e. was greater during the. “Computer Use and Productivity Growth in Federal Government Agencies, –” Journal of Industrial Economics, Vol.
46, No. 2, pp. – Google Scholar | Crossref. measure and control productivity in the federal government have not faired any better. Between andfederal government productivity increased at one fourth the rate of the private sector (The Grail of Efficiency, ).
Inthe U.S. Federal Government passed the Government Performance and Results Act designed to require. The U.S. government grew substantially beginning with President Franklin Roosevelt's administration. In an attempt to end the unemployment and misery of the Great Depression, Roosevelt's New Deal created many new federal programs and expanded many existing rise of the United States as the world's major military power during and after World War II also fueled government growth.
merican government faces a productivity imperative. Growth in program size, new national priorities, and citizens’ demand for increased choice, convenience and customer service, will require government to do more and do it better – and all this in an era of, at best, constant levels of spending.
There. and other Members of Congress is a staff study entited "Productivity in the Federal Government." It points out that a percent increase in productivity in the Fed-eral Government could lead to a cut of more than $8 billion in Federal spending.
In addition, the study analyzes various methods to improve productivity in the Federal Government. Government Federal, State, and Local JEROME A. MARK A S a result of the growth of government, which now em-ploys one out of every six members of the workforce, and public concern over the rising costs of government, the need to develop measures of productivity for public agencies has become increasingly important.
However, the concepts underlying. Federal Government and Statistical Agencies. productivity and technological changes in U.S. industries. It also makes projections of economic growth, the labor force, and employment by industry and occupation. The BLS is also responsible for keeping statistics on occupational injuries and illnesses.
Unfortunately, federal spending is not keeping pace with economic growth—it is far outpacing economic growth: • In the federal government consumed less than 5 percent of total output. • In the federal government consumed roughly 15 percent of total output.
• In the federal government consumed almost 25 percent of total. Productivity growth averaged % in the second, compared to % in the first part of the decade.
This improvement primarily resulted from more investment in new technologies, mainly computers and software, and from a tightening labor market that forced firms.
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The UNIVAC was the first commercial computer delivered to a business client, the U.S. Census Bureau in A UNIVAC computer at the Census Bureau. Image Source: United States Census Bureau.
Recommended Reading: Webopedia's ENIAC definition. Productivity is defined as the relationship between resources used and results achieved. Improvement in productivity means either obtaining more and better program output from a given level of resources or using fewer resources to maintain or improve a certain quality level of output.
The federal government has a vital stake in improving the productivity of state and local governments for two. “Measures of Productivity Growth Implied by Tornqvist and Fixed-Weight Input Aggregation”, (with Kent Kunze), pp. in U.S.
Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Trends in Multifactor Productivity,BulletinU.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., "Computer Use and Productivity Growth in Federal Government Agencies, ", with Frank Lichtenberg, Journal of Industrial Economics, Volume XLVI, Number 2, June"Availability of Broadband Internet Access: Empirical Evidence," with Sharon Gillett, paper presented to the Twenty-Seventh Annual Telecommunications Policy Research Conference, September 25.
The joint team concluded that the productivity of Federal workers could be measured. With represen- tatives of other Government agencies, including the ~ Bureau of Labor Statistics which computes productiv- ity for the private sector,they constructed an index that showed what was happening to,the productivity of Federal workers.
"Computer Use and Productivity Growth in Federal Government Agencies, ," with Bill Lehr, Journal of Industrial Economics46(2), June“International R&D Spillovers: A Comment,” with Bruno van Pottelsberghe de la Potterie,European Economic Review42(8), September Productivity trends in the Federal Government Output per employee-year climbed percent annually among Federal agencies studied during ; in recent years, the trend shows a slightly larger increase DONALD M.
FISK Labor productivity continues to be a major concern in the U.S. economy. The Federal Government is no exception.'.
Use and Productivity Growth in Federal Government Agencies, ," with Bill Lehr, Journal of Industrial Economics46(2), June Federal Reserve Board February, Abstract What e ect have computers had on U.S. productivity growth. This paper shows that increased productivity in the computer-producing sector and the e ect of investment in computers on the productivity of those who use them together account for the re-cent acceleration in U.S.
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The descriptions are based on the Guide to Federal Records in the National Archives of the United. In July the Chief of the US Forest Service initiated the Roundtable on Sustainable Forests, bringing together representatives of federal, state and local government agencies, non-government. The Government Performance and Results Act of requires federal agencies to develop strategic plans and tie them to budgets and performance measures, and many states have imposed similar results-oriented requirements through legislation or executive mandates (Broom ; Melkers and Willoughby ; Aristigueta ).
Thus. The chart below lists more details about the 10 oldest legacy systems still in use in the federal government as tallied up by GAO. It’s important to note what’s meant by “system” here.
Productivity is essentially the ratio of an organization's outputs divided by its inputs. For many years it was treated as always being static in government agencies. In fact productivity in government services should be rising rapidly as a result of digital changes and new management approaches, and it has done so in some s: 2.
The results of studies conducted by FNS and other non-government entities prove that WIC is one of the nation’s most successful and cost-effective nutrition intervention programs.
Since its beginning inthe WIC Program has earned the reputation of being one of the most successful Federally-funded nutrition programs in the United States. Government IT Initiatives. Cybersecurity Improving federal cybersecurity is a key initiative of the Administration and an integral part of the mission for all federal agencies.
GSA plays a strong leadership role in providing innovative cybersecurity products, services, and programs to our customers. Data Center Optimization Initiative (DCOI). At the same time, it cannot be disputed that the federal government's copying (and other use) of copyrighted materials is subject to the fair use doctrine codified in 17 U.S.C.
§ (7) It follows that any federal government photocopying that is a fair use is not infringing. However, there is no basis for concluding that the photocopying of. The federal deficit under Reagan peaked at 6% of GDP infalling to % of GDP in and to % of GDP in his final budget.
The inflation-adjusted rate of growth in federal spending fell from 4% under Jimmy Carter to % under Ronald Reagan.
This was the slowest rate of growth in inflation adjusted spending since Eisenhower. The December issue of “National Economic Trends” from the Federal Reserve Bank of St Louis included a cover story entitled “Computer Use and Productivity Growth”, which is only available online as a 1MB PDF.
I got hooked on this publication while in graduate school studying Economics at the UW many years ago, and sometimes they have something interesting.
From the early s until aboutproductivity growth in the U.S. nonfarm business sector averaged about /2 percent per year--a disappointingly low figure relative both to U.S. historical experience and to the performance of other industrial economies over the same period.
1 Between andhowever, the rate of productivity. Johnson’s book Computer Ethics was the first major textbook in the field, and it quickly became the primary text used in computer ethics courses offered at universities in English-speaking countries.
For more than a decade, her textbook set the computer ethics research agenda on topics, such as ownership of software and intellectual property.