In 1997, as the use of the Internet was increasing at a stunning rate, a group of public and private professionals—government executives and information technology practitioners—met in San Antonio, Texas to discuss their common issues, problems and ideas. This first meeting was productive. Participants learned from each other. They felt that continuing to meet as a group would help them meet the challenges and opportunities posed by the rush of engulfing information technologies. This founding group formed the National Electronic Commerce Coordinating Council (NECCC), which has continued to meet regularly.
Today, NECCC serves as an alliance of government organizations dedicated to promoting electronic government through the exploration of emerging issues and best practices. Alliance partners are the National Association of State Auditors, Comptrollers and Treasurers; the National Association of Secretaries of State NASS; and the National Institute of Governmental Purchasing.
NECCC also works in partnership with these affiliate organizations: the Information Technology Association of America; National Automated Clearing House Association; National Association of Government Archives and Records Administrators; and National Association of State Treasurers
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