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The Business and Information Technologies (BIT) project studies the impacts of new online information and communication technologies on business practices in the United States. The project is being lead by researchers at the UCLA Anderson School of Management. The BIT study will follow the changes that occur in firms and industry sectors over an extended time horizon. This study will eventually be executed in 20-25 different countries, by research teams from those countries. The project consists of two major components:

-A questionnaire-based survey conducted annually starting in 2003, targeted at senior information systems managers of organizational units (from private and public sectors) that make independent decisions on information and communications technologies systems. The survey will address business practices, the evolving workplace, changing organizational forms and technology adoption.

-Case Studies conducted on a few selected organizations based on interviews with senior executives who are making technology decisions.

The two components will jointly bring forth a complete picture. The surveys will provide information of patterns. The case studies will shed light on specific issues.

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