Formerly one of the Yugoslav republics, Slovenia declared its independence in June 1991. Together with Hungary, the Czech Republic, and Poland, Slovenia forms the group of leading IS technology markets among the new democracies in Central and Eastern Europe. The Delphi technique was used to compile a list of the key issues in information systems (IS) management in Slovenia, to quantify them, and, through iterations, to strengthen the consensus about their importance. The results are presented and compared with results obtained in similar studies in the USA. The findings indicate profound differences in IS management issues between Slovenia and the USA and are believed to be largely applicable to other new Central and Eastern European democracies.