E-Government

E-government refers to the delivery of information and services online through the Internet or other digital means. Many governmental units have embraced the digital revolution and are putting a wide range of materials from publications and databases to actual government services online for citizen use. Since e-government is still in its infancy, it is a perfect time to measure the extent of web service delivery.

E-Government 2007

This is a collection of the state, federal, and global reports  for the year 2007.

"This report presents the seventh annual update on the features that are available online through American state and federal government websites. Using a detailed analysis of 1,548 state and federal government sites, we measure what is online, what variations exist across the country, and what differences appear between state and national government. We compare the 2007 results to 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, 2005, and 2006."

E-Government 2006

This is a collection of the state, federal, and global reports  for the year 2006.

"This report presents the seventh annual update on the features that are available online through American state and federal government websites. Using a detailed analysis of 1,564 state and federal government sites, we measure what is online, what variations exist across the country, and what differences appear between state and national government. We compare the 2006 results to 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2004, and 2005."

E-Government 2005

This is a collection of the state, federal, and global reports  for the year 2005.

"This report presents the sixth annual update on the features that are available online through American state and federal government websites. Using a detailed analysis of 1,620 state and federal government sites, we measure what is online, what variations exist across the country, and what differences appear between state and national government. We compare the 2005 results
to 2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2004."

E-Government 2004

This is a collection of the state, federal, and global E-Government reports for the year 2004.

"This report presents the fifth annual update on the features that are available online through American state and federal government websites. Using a detailed analysis of 1,629 state and federal government sites, we measure what is online, what variations exist across the country, and what differences appear between state and national government. We compare the 2004 results
to 2000, 2001, 2002, and 2003"

E-Government 2000

Researchers at Brown University, conducting the first nationwide content analysis of state and federal government Web sites, have determined that government at all levels is not making full and effective use of commonly available information technology.

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