Canada

Canada

Breaking online projects down into "chewable chunks" has been the secret to Canada's successful e-government strategy so far - but...

May 1st, 2003 Patricia Zyska

Canada leads in e-government

Canada leads in e-government

The study, e-Government Leadership: Engaging the Customer, explores the status of 22 e-governments across the globe, from Canada and the...

May 1st, 2003 No Author

Donne Flanagan

Donne Flanagan

Donne Flanagan is passionate about citizen-focused service delivery. How passionate is he? Well, Flanagan left his post as director of...

March 31st, 2003 No Author

Joseph Galimberti

Joseph Galimberti

For Joseph Galimberti, e-government is all about the awards. It's not that Galimberti - the executive director of the Institute...

March 31st, 2003 No Author

Steven Feindel

Steven Feindel

Nova Scotia is bustling with e-government activity. And for Steven Feindel, a major force behind much of that activity, maintaining...

March 31st, 2003 No Author

Tim Whelan

Tim Whelan

With more than 20 years of experience, Tim Whelan has been on the front lines of some of Saskatchewan's most...

March 31st, 2003 No Author

CRM Welcome to the Engagement Age

CRM Welcome to the Engagement Age

In fact, governments should start thinking beyond current transformation models for service delivery and begin thinking about transforming the very...

January 31st, 2003 Robert Randall and Alexandra Katseva

Interim CIO faces challenges, Schinbein says

Interim CIO faces challenges, Schinbein says

Taking over IT initiatives in a cash strapped province will create a real challenge for Scott Campbell, British Columbia's interim...

November 30th, 2002 No Author

Study: More citizens globally using e-gov’t offerings

Study: More citizens globally using e-gov’t offerings

The number of citizens worldwide using the Internet to access government services or products during the past 12 months increased...

November 6th, 2002 John Blau