The movement to e-government has made dramatic progress. But it has yet to release its full value. This report from the Harvard Policy Group on Networked-Enabled Services and Government advocates change in the “flow of work throughout the government value chain” through improving coordination both across the boundaries that define separate institutions and also across a vast array of social, economic, and political interactions.
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