What's the point?

The Government Without Boundaries project has specific goals:

* To create models for implementation that other federal, state and

local governments can replicate.

* To create a common citizen-focused taxonomy for government information

and services.

* To eliminate the need for citizens and businesses to understand the

structure of government in order to seek relevant government information

and services.

* To provide the foundation for dynamic Web page creation and data exchange.

* To promote the idea of governments working together.

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Brian Robinson is a freelance writer based in Portland, Ore.

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