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State and Federal E-Government in the United States, 2002
Researchers at Brown University annually gauge how governments at all levels are making use of commonly available information technology.

Building Better eGovernment: Tools for Transformation [ Dead Link ]
This National Governors Association toolkit includes best practices designed to help state governments streamline government and improve customer service.

Partnership for Intergovernmental Innovation (PI2) [ Dead Link ]
This site, sponsored by the General Services Administration's (GSA) office of Intergovernmental Solutions, includes what citizens say they want in an electronic government.

Creating Citizen-Centric Digital Government: A Guide for the States
This document is a statement of NASCIO's long-term vision to support the states in the evolution of digital government.

The Digital Divide Network
The Digital Divide Network Web site brings attention to the gap between those people and communities who can make effective use of information technology and those who cannot.

DG (Digital Government) Online: [ Dead Link ]
DG Online presents the latest developments in advanced computer and IT research for Digital Government along with news and viewpoints on the most important e-government issues.

eGovLinks is designed to provide rapid and easy dissemination of e-government-related information.

e-Government: The Next American Revolution
This blueprint is designed to provide recommendations and priorities for the national design of e-government.

Harvard's Eight Imperatives for Leaders in a Networked World
This report outlines a road map for leaders to establish strategic directions, implement specific projects, and formulate new public policies for information technology issues.

Knowledge Management.Gov
Knowledge Management, in the context of e-government, is leveraging the collective knowledge of agencies to fulfill the missions of government.

New York State Office for Technology
New York's Office for Technology is committed to fast-paced, but purposeful change and believes that program needs drive technology, and not the reverse.

New York State Forum for Information Resource Management
Part of the Rockefeller Institute of Government, the Forum is a network of public officials and state government organizations concerned with information management, policy, and technology.