Provoking thought

The e-Government Project Web site invites discussion on a wide range of

electronic government issues, asking such questions as:

* How could the Internet be used to increase the public's participation

in government?

* Should an information technology czar be appointed to lead government

into the Digital Age?

* Does the government need a better Web site to auction off surplus

property?

* Should there be a central online portal to provide citizens with a single

Internet location for finding government information and services?

* Should a Government Extensible Markup Language be created to make

government information easier for search engines to find?

* Is creating an online national library a good idea? How about an

online government phone book?

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