Making a Case for Local E-Government


Introduction and Purpose

What is E-Government?

Why Consider E-Government?

Local E-Government Applied

Local E-Government Critical Success Factors

Advice from Local E-Government Pioneers

Method and Participants

E-government in Action

Making a Case for Local E-Government
Mon, 01 Jul 2002
Meghan E. Cook, Mark F. LaVigne, Christina M. Pagano, Sharon S. Dawes, and Theresa A. Pardo
E-government may be uncharted territory for many in local government, but technology clearly holds potential for improving the operations and outreach of local government. Local and county governments are trying to realize this potential by finding the best way to implement technology. This report is based on real-life experiences of local e-government pioneers throughout New York State and details strategies, funding, barriers, and benefits of their e-government initiatives. It also provides insight and advice for colleagues who are just starting out.
This resource serves as a communications tool to assist local and county governments trying to use technology to pursue e-government by providing case studies of successful initiatives. By using this resource local government officials can now approach e-government with greater confidence and understanding.