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Digital Government by Darrell M. West

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Notes

CHAPTER 1SCOPE, CAUSES, AND CONSEQUENCES OF ELECTRONIC GOVERNMENT

1. Michael Margolis and David Resnick, Politics as Usual: The Cyberspace “Revolution,” Thousand Oaks, California: Sage Publishers, 2000.

2. Philip Agre, “The Market Logic of Information,” Knowledge, Technology, and Policy, Volume 13, number 1, 2001, pp. 67–77, and Mordecai Lee, “E-Reporting: Strengthening Democratic Accountability,” IBM Center for The Business of Government Report, February 2004.

3. Federal CIO Council, “An Inventory of Federal e-Government Initiatives,” January 2001, p. 15.

4. Pew Internet & American Life Project, “eGovernment Survey,” June 25–August 3, 2003, unpublished data report.

5. Jamie Stiehm, “Mayor Defeated in Battle of the Bridge,” Baltimore Sun ...

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