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E-Government in Canada
A look at Canada's transition toward an e-government.
# 138669 | 1,250 words | 5 sources | 2008 | US

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The paper discusses how increasingly, the Canadian federal government is going online. The paper explores the problems and promises associated with this transition and refers to an article in the Economist that describes the general process and serves as an organizing structure for looking at Canada's transition toward e-government.

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"According to the respected Journal "The Economist", use of the Internet for business has been a success, while "using the interactivity and speed of the internet to provide public services -- has so far mostly meant high costs and poor returns" (The Economist, February 14, 2008). At least a number of sources, as we shall see, agree with this assessment in regards to government in Canada, particularly the Federal government. The same Economist article points to three main reasons for such failures: "lack of competitive pressure, a tendency to reinvent the wheel and a...""

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