100 Countries Adopt e-Government Programs

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National and municipal authorities of more than 100 countries are introducing e-Government programs to modernize and reform public services.

The authoritative new book, E-Governance, presents Global E-Governance initiatives in both developed and developing countries, is presenting reports by sixty leading government, business and academic experts describing many initiatives are needed to create 'information societies'. The book is a highly practical resource for those seeking to learn how governments in several countries have designed and implemented e-Government strategies, rolled-out priority public service applications, and adopted necessary legal and regulatory policies including digital signature, authentication, privacy and security initiatives.



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