Report Offers Road Map To Digital Government

The Center for Technology in Government recently released a report funded by the National Science Foundation that details steps that state and local agencies will need to take to create a digital government.

The study, "Some Assembly Required: Building a Digital Government for the 21st Century," details steps that need to be taken to harness digital technologies that governments will use to serve citizens. The report's recommendations will help the NSF devise criteria for determining which digital government projects can be replicated for use across the country. The report can be downloaded from www.ctg.albany.edu/research/workshop/dgfinalreport.pdf.

-- Meg Misenti (mmisenti@civic.com)

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