Journal Publications


  • Tomasino, Arthur P., Jane Fedorowicz and Christine B. Williams, “Public Sector Shared Services Move Out of the “Back-Office”: The Role of Public Policy and Mission Criticality”, forthcoming, The DATA BASE for Advances in Information Systems.


  • Jacobson, Dax D. “How and why network governance evolves: evidence from a public safety network.” Electronic Markets (2015): 1-12.


  • Tomasino, Arthur P., Jane Fedorowicz, Christine B. Williams, August A. Gentner, and Todd Hughes, “Embracing System Complexity in a Shared Service Center Collaboration,” MIS Quarterly Executive, Vol. 13, No. 2, June, 2014, pp. 63-75.
  • Fedorowicz, Jane, Steve Sawyer, Christine B. Williams, M. Lynne Markus, Martin Dias, Michael Tyworth, Dax Jacobson, Sonia Gantman, Arthur P. Tomasino, and Robert Schrier, “Design Observations for Interagency Collaboration”, Government Information Quarterly, Vol. 31, April, 2014, pp. 302-316.


  • Tyworth, Michael. Organizational Identity and Information Systems: How Organizational ICT Reflect Who an Organization Is. European Journal of Information Systems, 23, 69–83.
  • Brooks, J., Bodeau, D., & Fedorowicz, J. Network Management in Emergency Response: Articulation Practices of State-Level Managers – Interweaving Up, Down and Sideways. Administration & Society, 45(8), 911-948.
  • Treglia, Joseph. “Three Essays on Law Enforcement and Emergency Response Information Sharing and Collaboration: An Insider Perspective.” Dissertation, Syracuse University, NY, US, 2013.
  • Tyworth, M., Giacobe, N. A., Mancuso, V. F., McNeese, M. D., & Hall, D. L. (2013). A human-in-the-loop approach to understanding situation awareness in cyber defence analysis. ICST Transactions Security Safety, 2(6).
  • Sawyer, S., Fedorowicz, L., Williams, C., Schrier, R., Dias, M. and Tyworth, M., (2013) “U.S. public safety networks: Architectural patterns and performance,” Information Polity, 18, 139–156.


  • Williams, C. B., & Fedorowicz, J. (2011). Rational Choice and Institutional Factors Underpinning State-level Interagency Collaboration Initiatives. Transforming Government: People, Process and Policy, 6(1), 13-26.


  • Gantman, S. (2011). IT Outsourcing in the Public Sector: A Literature Analysis. Journal of Global Information Technology Management.
  • Markus, M. Lynne, & Bui, Q. N. (2011). Going Concerns: The Governance of Interorganizational Coordination Hubs. Journal of Management Information Systems, 28(4):163-197.


  • Fedorowicz, J., & Dias, M. (January 2010). A Decade of Design in Digital Government Research. Government Information Quarterly, 27(1) , 1-8.[LINK]
  • Fedorowicz et al (2010). Modeling Physical Barriers to Interorganizational System
    Implementation Success. International Journal of Information Technology and Management, 9(4), 365-388.[LINK]
  • Fedorowicz, J., & Gogan, J. L. (March 2010). Reinvention of Interorganizational Systems: A Case Analysis of the Diffusion of a Bio-terror Surveillance System. Information Systems Frontiers, 12(1), 81-95.[LINK]
  • Fedorowicz, J., Gogan, J. L., & Culnan, M. (2010). Barriers to Interorganizational Information Sharing in e-Government: A Stakeholder Analysis. The Information Society, 26(5), 315-329.[LINK]
  • Tyworth, M. (2010). Review Essay: “Policing & Technology.” The Information Society, 27(1).


  • Williams, Christine B., Fedorowicz, Jane, Sawyer, Steve, Dias, Martin, Jacobson, Dax, Tyworth, Michael, and Vilvovsky, Sonia. “The Formation of Inter-Organizational Information Sharing Networks in Public Safety: Cartographic Insights on Rational Choice and Institutional Explanations.” Information Polity, Vol. 14, Nos. 1-2, pp. 13-29. 2009. [ LINK]


  • Fedorowicz, J., Gelinas, U.J., Gogan, J.L., & Williams, C.B. (2008) Strategic Alignment of Participant Motivations in E-Government Collaborations: The Internet Payment Platform Pilot. Government Information Quarterly, 1(26), 51-59.[LINK]
  • Ghosh, A., & Fedorowicz, J. (2008). The Role of Trust in Supply Chain Governance. Business Process Management Journal, 14(4), 453-470.[LINK]
  • Sawyer, S., Hinnant, C., & Rizzuto, T. (2008). Planning for Platforms: Pennsylvania’s Transition to Enterprise Computing as a Study in Strategic Alignment. Government Information Quarterly, 25 645-668.


  • Fedorowicz, J., Gogan, J. L., & Williams, C. B. (October 2007). A Collaborative Network for First Responders: Lessons from the CapWIN Case. Government Information Quarterly, 24(4), 785-807.[LINK]
  • Gogan, J. L., Williams, C. B., & Fedorowicz, J. RFID and Interorganizational Collaboration: Political and Administrative Challenges. Electronic Government: An International Journal, 4(4), 423-435.[LINK]
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