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10 Recommended Gov 2.0 Blogs

By on November 3, 2009 in Announcements, e-Government with 1 Comment
10 Recommended Gov 2.0 Blogs

Wired to Share posted their recommendations to follow the following 10 Blogs that deal with Gov 2.0 issues: Maxine Teller – MiXT Media Ari Herzog – AriWriter Steve Radick – Social Media Strategery Jefferey Levy – Government 2.0 Beta Mark Drapeau – Cheeky Fresh Gwynne Kostin – On Dot-Gov Andrew Kryzmarzick – Generation Shift Nick […]

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Librarians and e-Government: Mixed Feelings?

Librarians and e-Government: Mixed Feelings?

Good papers were presented at the eGovernment track at HICSS-42. One particular paper that attracted my attention was the paper of John Bertot titled Emerging Role of Public Librarians as E-Government Providers. According to the paper libraries are becoming a central place for certain populations to access e-Government services. Some of these services you can […]

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E-Government/E-Commerce Comparative Analysis – ready for the next phase

E-Government/E-Commerce Comparative Analysis – ready for the next phase

The E2ECA project (E-Government to E-Commerce Comparative Analysis) just concluded the cluster analysis phase. In that phase the team tried to identify the main challenges that e-governement and e-commerce are facing, how these challenges are being addressed and what these two sectors can learn from each other. The next phase will be conducted in January […]

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