NZ has no worries on e-govt survey fall

NZ has no worries on e-govt survey fall

New Zealand's State Services Minister Trevor Mallard says he has no "great concern" about the country's apparent drop in form...

April 28th, 2002 Stephen Bell

U.S. official touts Internet

U.S. official touts Internet

As it seeks a major increase in its IT budget to US$52 billion next year, the U.S. President George Bush's...

April 10th, 2002 Carolyn Duffy Marsan

Italy promotes e-government for developing countries

Italy promotes e-government for developing countries

Italy is drawing up an international plan on e-government for developing countries that will be presented at a United Nations-sponsored...

April 1st, 2002 Philip Willan

Five Imperatives For Successful E-government

Five Imperatives For Successful E-government

Achieving e-government requires leadership, fierce resolve, and creative new approaches to funding. In an effort to obtain a global picture...

March 31st, 2002 Dr. Marianne Broadbent

How much government snooping is okay?

How much government snooping is okay?

Cyber cops will play a crucial role in the war on terrorism, say most Americans - and more than half...

March 12th, 2002 Saumya Roy

Combining innovation with values

Combining innovation with values

Often accused of only wanting to skim the cream, outsourcers are falling out of favor and "insourcing" - the decision...

December 19th, 2001 Douglas Holmes

Message From the Editor

Message From the Editor

For aficionados of e-Government, the notion of permission is not just an arugment about which teenagers may see which movie....

January 31st, 2001 Robert Parkins

Message from the Public Sector CIO Council

Message from the Public Sector CIO Council

For the past two issues of Lac Carling Governments' Review, you may have noticed that the message from the Public...

November 30th, 2000 Michelle dAuray and CIO Government of Canada and Lori MacMullen