As soon as Barack Obama was elected President, in part of the strength of a brilliant online campaign, the blogosphere offered up its ideas on how he could use the Internet to govern, too. This round-up of 50 ideas for e-government offer an enduring source of inspiration for policy-makers in America and beyond.
I recently heard from Sarah Demb, a fellow Canadian now working with the International Records Management Trust in London. The IRMT fills an interesting niche in the governance world:
The Trust was set up in 1989 to help develop new strategies for managing public sector records. Records are so fundamental to democracy that governments and international […]
Steve Clift has set up a wiki page for e-democracy and e-government tags, following up on my call for a common tag taxonomy.
If you work in the e-democracy or e-government field, please visit this page to add any tags or keywords that you use for tracking bookmarks or blog posts in this area.