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  • n. government accessed by, or connected to, computer networks


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e- +‎ government


  • Kurtz says Vivek Kundra, administrator for e-government and IT for the Office of Management and Budget (essentially CIO for the federal government), is a big proponent of the cloud.

    Experts Get Serious About Cloud Security

  • Alyssa Rosenberg points out that from his new perch at OIRA, Cass Sunstein will also oversee federal “e-government” initiatives, something that should be of interest to bloggers and blog readers.

    Matthew Yglesias » The Unknown OIRA

  • The risk - like similar initiatives on e-government led by the UN or the EU have clearly shown - is that leading countries tend to showcase their approaches, which are almost automatically taken as best practices.

    Alexander Howard: International Open Government Partnership to Include at Least 22 Countries at Launch

  • Anne Shepherd, library director, said libraries have quickly become sources of e-government – governmental services that now deal with business online whereas before there was an office people would visit to do business.

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  • What I have learned mostly though, is that the breakneck pace of change that has been rattling the government and e-government spaces since 2008 is having real results globally.

    Alan W. Silberberg: 5 World Capitals With Lots of Listening

  • It upon political parties to make FOSS usage and promotion a central part of the IT, e-government and education plans in their election manifestos.

    A request to sign the FOSS Manifesto

  • Efficient usage of budget outlays for e-government

    Archive 2009-02-05

  • In India, open source is now an integral part of many mission-mode e-government projects and it mention in this policy recognizes its long-term strategic importance in the e-Government sector.

    Archive 2009-07-03

  • Using FOSS in e-government to the maximum possible extent and ensuring that government tenders are open and do not favor proprietary software vendors.

    Archive 2009-02-05

  • Since data is at the heart of e-governance, the confusion created by using multiple e-government standards in the same domain may bring e-governance to a stand still.

    Archive 2009-07-03


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