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  • CNET.com: Governments push open-source software: Concerned with costs and dependency, legislators from Brazil to China are increasingly considering open-source software.
  • Center for Technology in Government: Applied research center devoted to improving government and public services through policy, management, and technology innovation. University at Albany, State University of New York.
  • Commonwealth Centre for Electronic Governance (CCEG): UK based non-profit promoting electronic government and electronic democracy, established as a program of the Commonwealth Secretariat. Site contains news, event information, research papers, and various reports.
  • Corporation for National Research Initiatives (CNRI): Organization which undertakes, fosters, and promotes research in the public interest. The activities center around strategic development of network-based information technologies.
  • David Fletcher's Government Technology Weblog: News and information relating to the use of technology in government.
  • Development Gateway portal: e-government: e-government in developing and developed countries. Over 700 case studies, policy papers, reports, useful web sites, e-government news and events
  • E-Belarus: Information technology developments in Republic of Belarus
  • E-Government Briefing Book: Series of articles collected by U.S. Congressional Internet Caucus regarding electronic governance. Topics include: workforce issues, cost structures, privacy, security, interoperability, records management, permanent availability and preservation, access, and intergovernmentalism (local/state/federal/international)
  • Frank Robben: A number of Powerpoint presentations and ordering information for papers on e-government
  • GOL-IN - Government Online International Network: A global network of government officials working on ensuring access to and accessibility of national government information and conducting and coordinating pilot projects in the field of electronic public consultation, with the goal of adjusting the policy process of countries around the world.
  • Government Computer News: Periodical and website providing government computing news.
  • Government Promotion of Open Source Software: Paper which explains the open source concept and attempts to show how government can use open source as a vehicle for promoting economic development.
  • MITRE Corporation: MITRE operates three United States Funded Research and Development Centers, providing systems engineering and integration for the Defense Department, systems research and development for the FAA and is supporting the operation and modernization of the United States' tax administration systems for the Internal Revenue Service.
  • Qwentès Government Online: E-government: comprehensive report on online government: bookmarks, reading selection, case studies, important dates, articles, analyses [Multilingual: Francais, English, Nederlands]
  • Regulation of Investigatory Powers Act (2000) - Commentary: 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.
  • The Webocracy Project: Created to speed up the modernization of information systems and allow citizens to participate more actively in society through the internet.
  • U.S. Federal IT Accessibility Initiative: Repository for information about Section 508, established to prohibit barriers in information technology and present new opportunities and promises for people with disabilities. This law impacts upon electronic and information technology purchased by the U.S. federal government.
  • United Kingdom Office of the e-Envoy: Appointed by the UK Prime Minister to co-ordinate work on e-commerce
  • Washington Technology: Semimonthly publication for government systems integrators.
  • a-z of e-government: 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.
  • eGovLinks: Links, Information and Materials concerning Electronic and Digital Government
  • eGovernment Observatory: Part of the European Commission's Interchange of Data between Administrations programme, the focus is on eGovernment activities in all Member States in Europe.

 

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