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Get nothing wrong: perspectives on the functions and fallibilities of professionals and algorithmic technologies in law and justice

One size does not fit all: a contingency approach for resilience

The roles of technology and co-location in overcoming divergent logics in professional supply chains: the case of criminal justice

Designing digital public service supply chains: Four country-based cases in criminal justice

Leagility in criminal justice supply chains, reversing the logic

On publicness theory and its implications for supply chain integration: The case of criminal justice supply chains

Just integrating or integrating justice?: Understanding integration mechanisms in criminal justice supply chains

Reappraising maturity models in e-Government research: The trajectory-turning point theory

Service delivery system design in public services: four cases of digital transformation in criminal justice

Aligned or misaligned: interactions in complex public service networks

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