1 edition of Developing & delivering government services on the World Wide Web found in the catalog.
Developing & delivering government services on the World Wide Web
1996 by Center for Technology in Government, University at Albany in Albany, NY (PAC 264, 12222) .
Written in English
Electronic version (pdf format) available via New York State Library anonymous ftp.
|Other titles||Developing and delivering government services on the World Wide Web|
|Statement||Sharon S. Dawes ... [et al.].|
|Series||Internet services testbed report -- ISG-1|
|Contributions||Dawes, Sharon S., State University of New York at Albany. Center for Technology in Government|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||94 p. :|
|Number of Pages||94|
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Services Testbed Project conducted by the Center for Technology in Government. The project helped the agencies identify and address the policy, management, and technology issues associated with developing and delivering Web-based services.
This book is a com-pilation of the tools we used and lessons we learned. Seven agencies participated in. Developing & Delivering Government Services on the World Wide Web: Recommended Practices for New York State Sharon S. Dawes, Theresa A. Pardo, Peter A. Bloniarz, Ann DiCaterino, Donna Berlin, and David Connelly.
Preface OVERVIEW The World Wide Web appears to have changed the relationships between citizens and all levels of government. The Web has moved from a static source of information, offering simple transaction alternatives to in person or paper mail systems, toward a dynamic enabler of higher order transactions that tap collective wisdom to solve problems and take advantage of.
government for service delivery, democratic responsiveness, and public attitudes over the last three years. Research examines the content of e-government to investigate Developing & delivering government services on the World Wide Web book it is taking advantage of the interactive features of the World Wide Web to improve service delivery, demo-cratic responsiveness, and public outreach.
Mobile penetration, in the developing world, had passed the 50% mark by the end of ; Although access Developing & delivering government services on the World Wide Web book the World Wide Web is still closed to the majority of the world’s people, by the end ofbillion people, or 23% of the world population, were using the Internet.
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