Bringing Government to the People through E-Government
Core activities focus on exploring innovative ways to expand citizen participation and engagement in local public policy discussions through the use of information technologies such as e-government and e-democracy. Explore how these powerful mechanisms might build stronger democracies and communities.
Federal Resource Links
- USA Services Intergovernmental Newsletter: How E-Government is Changing Society and Strengthening Democracy, Issue 20, Fall 2007
- OIS Newsletter, Issue 20: How E-Government Is Changing Society and Strengthening Democracy
- OCSC Newsletter: Serving Citizens Through E-Government
State and Federal E-Government in the United States, 2007, Darrell M. West, Brown University, August 2007. Brown University’s eighth annual analysis of U.S. e-government. Includes criteria and state rankings.
Land-Grant University Resources:
Univ. of Minnesota Extension
The Access e-Government program will help county governments make smart choices about planning and implementing e-Government. The main focus is on developing dynamic, information-rich websites that meet the needs of county residents and county governments.