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e-government

(Electronic-GOVERNMENT) A generic term for Web-based services from agencies of local, state and federal governments. Such websites provide a wide variety of services to the public and have been extremely helpful in reducing internal paperwork. For example, the myriad forms that government agencies require can typically be downloaded from a website. When information on the site is clearly indexed and explained, the number of support calls is dramatically reduced compared to the days before the Web.
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Electronic government is not another branch of government, but simply a way for the government and people to interact over the Internet.
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The concept of electronic government explored here involves the use of electronic communications systems to deliver government services, particularly information, and to facilitate communication generally between government agencies and the public.
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This is electronic government at its best, and I'm proud of the enhanced level of service we're providing to the business community.

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