A resource of information about e-government - mainly from the UK perspective. Includes links and information from local councils, central government, academic institutions, health service, independent think tanks and the private sector.In other words a joined up resource.
Concerned with costs and dependency, legislators from Brazil to China are increasingly considering open-source software.
Organization which undertakes, fosters, and promotes research in the public interest. The activities center around strategic development of network-based information technologies.
News and information relating to the use of technology in government.
Information technology developments in Republic of Belarus
Latest news and commentary from the Guardian newspaper on government use of technology and e-Government developments.
Periodical and website providing government computing news.
Paper which explains the open source concept and attempts to show how government can use open source as a vehicle for promoting economic development.
1st International Conference on Methodologies, Technologies and Tools enabling e-Government. Camerino, Italy; 27–28 September 2007.
A summary of the incursions into civil liberties of the Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (RIPA), which was passed in the UK in July 2000. This includes intrusion into private and other electronic communications.
Global surveys and resources from the United Nations readiness of governments in implementing IT initiatives.
Semimonthly publication for government systems integrators.
Participative eGovernment initiative fostered by President Barack Obama.
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