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Working Outside the Box: A Study of the Growing Momentum in Telework
A must-read guide to implementing successful telework projects in government.
Feeling the Pain
Consider what commuting would be like if nearly half of the other drivers on the road during the morning or evening rush hours were stressed, angry, or sleep deprived – or all three?
If the year were 1920 and this conversation was about how to become an industrial-age-city, the essence would be the same. Reinvent your city for the times.
e-Democracy: Putting Down Global Roots
As governments achieve more sophisticated levels of e-government, strategy should include progression to more sophisticated levels of e-democracy within and beyond national borders
e-Government: A Go-to-Market Strategy
Five years ago, the term "electronic government" was not in our vocabulary.Today, "e-government" has become a battle cry for digital age governments around the world.
e-Government Goes Wireless: From Palm to Shining Palm
Just when you thought you could sit back, relax, and let e-gov roll its way onto shore, the next big swell has already formed out there on the Internet high seas. Wireless. Need some proof?
Lessons From Around the World
Until leaders are willing to inspire fundamental reform, e-government will remain unfulfilled -- an elusive concept.
Mapping the Government Genome
Quest for Electronic Government: A Defining Vision
This paper incorporates advice from research, literature searches, innovative practices from around the world, emerging strategies and future indicators and trends.
Seven E-Government Leadership Milestones
As electronic government comes of age around the world, leadership remains at the core of success, beginning with the definition of e-government itself.