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State & Local Government Digital Services 2020-2021 RadarView™
The State & Local Government Digital Services 2020-2021 RadarView™ report provides information to assist governments in charting out their action plan and identifies key global service providers and system integrators that can expedite their digital transformation journey. The 79-page report also highlights key market trends and offers Avasant’s view of the road ahead for state & local government agencies in the coming years.
E-Government Trends and Maturity Status
For the average citizen or business, interfacing with the local, state, or federal government can often be a frustrating and time-consuming venture. Will the Internet simplify our interactions with the government? What is the status of e-business in the government sector, also called e-government? When will we be able to use the Internet for many of these functions? How serious is the government about e-business and how fast are they moving? What are the hurdles with implementing e-government?
E-Government Challenges (September 2002)
A May 2002 report from the Computer Science and Telecommunications Board reviews changes that could help governments move more quickly to provide services over the Internet. The report concludes that government has done much to leverage information technology (IT) to deploy e-government services, but much work remains before the vision of e-government can be fully realized.