Developing IT Governance in Brazilian Public Organizations

Paulo Henrique de Souza Bermejo, Adriano Olímpio Tonelli, André Luiz Zambalde

Abstract


This paper presents a method for developing IT governance in public organizations. The method was developed
in a deductive way from the confluence of theories of IT governance, participative management, strategic
management and planning, and public value. Qualitative data about the method application in five Brazilian
public organizations showed that the proposed method allowed these organizations develop IT governance
aligned with specific demands of this sector. Based on these case studies, results show patterns of demands for
IT and IT governance mechanisms in studied organizations. This work contributes to better understand on how to
strategically align IT to public organizations value proposal.

Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ibr.v7n3p101

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