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Published: 2004-03-01T15:07:48+01:00


Cut & Paste Revolution?


Great idea from the UK. Take the daily press briefings from No. 10 Downing Street and post them into a blog. Downing Street Says... Think about your local government, state government and federal government and all of the news and...

The E-Gov Year in Review


What was the highlight of the year in e-government? I gave my bid in my 2003 E-Gov Round-Up. I call 2003 the Year of Enterprise Architecture. What will 2004 bring? My bid is digital identity management.

Forman speaks out


InformationWeek Ending a self-imposed seven-week silence since stepping down as the federal government's first E-administrator in mid-August, Forman says the government has not only met but in many instances has surpassed most businesses in developing an enterprise architecture aimed at...

The eGov imperative


The OECD has published The E-Government Imperative. A central quote: E-Government is more about government than about 'e'... The term "e-government", as used by the OECD E-Government Project, applies to the use of ICT as a tool to achieve better...

In a crisis, interoperability is paramount


The homeland security task force of the Government Electronics and IT Association has published a study, which GCN reports says: In a crisis, interoperability is paramount. From the study: The Department of Homeland Security architecture should be interoperability driven versus...

State of Arkansas offers RSS Feed


The State of Arkansas is now offering many of the news headlines from its official website, Access Arkansas as an RSS feed. It is great to see other States in the U.S. following Utah's lead in sharing news and information...

Open Source in eGov


To be honest and in the middle of writing a number of technology case studies which include urban governments in Europe, I can't see, with the exception of Germany, any real haste in adopting Open Source. Cost remains the driving...

Linux and Mac OS in the Federal Enterprise Architecture


It might be that open source faces barriers, but GCN reports that Linux, Mac OS added to Federal Enterprise Architecture platforms. The Office of Management and Budget has added Linux and Mac OS to the list of supporting platforms in...

Open Source faces barriers in various Governments


An article in Government Executive describes some of the issues being wrestled with both at the US Federal level and by many other national governments including Korea, South Africa and the EU. Although the title is more pessimistic, perhaps to...

Registration problems?


It seems TypePad is having some problems with the guest author system :-( If you got an invitation from me, it should take you to a form to register as a guest author. But during the process, some says, it...

eGov padding


I've registred a number of co-authors. Welcome all! Please step forward :-)

Why eGovPad??


Did I say a real blog? Hmmm. Let's go then. So, what is eGovPad about? Or, should I say, what is the root blog (this blog) on about? It doesn't have to be called eGovPad, but that was what...

eGov Blogs dot com

2003-08-12T18:08:12+02:00 is now a permanent domain. No longer (just) a TypePad testbed, but a real blog.

The proof of the pudding ...


... is in the eating.

Type in action


I've been chosen for the second round of TypePad beta testing. I have agreed not to publicly discuss details about TypePad or the beta testing process, so I can't talk about how it works.