Federal Intranet Work Sites: An Interim Assessment Federal Intranet Work Sites: An Interim Assessment

This report uncovers ideas and practices in government-to-employee web-based communication. It investigates and analyzes the visions of online collaboration that are emerging in federal agencies and the web-based governemnt-to-emploee practices that are in place. The study considersr the leverage points, opportunities and barriers to developing these innovations. Technology and E-Government


From E-Government to M-Government? Emerging Practices in the Use of Mobile Technology by State Governments

Adding to our expanding knowledge base and understanding of e-government, this report focuses on the potential of m-government (the use of mobile technology) to improve and enhance government services. The report broadly defines m-government as government's efforts to provide information and services to public employees, citizens, businesses, and nonprofit organizations through wireless communication networks and mobile devices such as pagers, PDAs, cellular phones, and their support systems.

Government Management of Information Mega-Technology: Lessons from the Internal Revenue Service’s Tax Systems Modernization

This report provides a history of computer modernization efforts by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), beginning with the initial Tax Systems Modernization project and ending with the current initiative. The study reviews the many hurdles faced by the IRS, highlighting those obstacles related to legislative constraints, bureaucratic entanglements, political complexities, civil service restrictions, and contracting and procurement requirements. Innovation


IT Outsourcing: A Primer for Public Managers

This report assesses the potential of using application service providers (ASPs) for improving the efficiency and effectiveness of public information and service delivery. Renting application services allows government to use the most advanced applications and technology at an affordable rate. ASPs address such e-government challenges such as lack of technology-trained staff, capital investment, implementation and maintenance, and uncertainty associated with fast-pace technological changes. Market-Based Government

Leveraging Technology in the Service of Diplomacy: Innovation in the Department of State

This report focuses on seeking out examples of information technology applications that advance the practice of diplomacy. Best practices in government agencies, international organizations and foreign ministries of other countries are highlighted. Technology and E-Government

Measuring the Performance in E-Government

This project proposes to find and track current government use of performance measures for monitoring e-government performance at the local, state and federal levels. This information can then be used by other jurisdictions to aid in their own performance measurement efforts-- to the benefit of all e-government activities. minnesota, mississippi, texas, virginia Technology and E-Government

Preparing for Wireless and Mobile Technologies in Government

This report seeks to fill the gap that exists in understanding the technology readiness of the government workforce and the impact on leveraging wireless technology for e-government applications. Technology and E-Government

Privacy Strategies for Electronic Government

This report provides a framework for understanding the implications of privacy and security in the public domain, the challenges of increasing use of the Internet to deliver government services and information, and the connections and lessons that can be learned from the private sector privacy and security issues and experiences. Technology and E-Government

State Government E-Procurement in the Information Age: Issues, Practices, and Trends

This report seeks to understand how Information Technology (IT) contributes to the effectiveness of state procurement management and to increase knowledge to improve future applications of IT in state and local government procurement management systems. Technology and E-Government


State Web Portals: Delivering and Financing E-Service

This report investigates how state governments can add value to their web portals by including relevant content and services, and by strategically positioning their websites. The study characterizes state government portals and investigates current and future plans for electronic service delivery via the World Wide Web. Technology and E-Government


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