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Many countries have constructed an e-government procedure, and are swiftly increasing using ICT in governance via constructing on-line public prone and electronic collaboration among govt ministries. despite the fact that, winning implementation of e-government continues to be a problem. This book is predicated at the lawsuits of The neighborhood Workshop on Designing E-government for the terrible, which assisted the individuals to realize a greater knowing of e-government, and construct skill for the making plans and enforcing e-government for the negative.

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H. E-government and the digital divide: the Beijing experience Mr. Zhu Yan, Director General, Director General, Beijing Munic@al Ofice of Information Mr. Zhu said that the function of the Beijing Municipal Office of Information is to promote e-govemment. Beijing is home to the leading software industry in China. However, Beijing is severely challenged by a digital divide and inadequate distribution of ICT among the poor. 5 million consumas of fxed network telephone, 13 million consumers of mobile phones, 4 million Internet users, and 1,500 families have access to Internet with broadband.

Mr. Tosukhowong led the second part of the session and inshucted the participants to follow the following steps in order to create their own portals: 1. Name the Portal 2. Change News Content 3. Customize Weather Forecast 4. Add an event 5. Change Local Government Info 6. Change Site Template After each participant had completed the design of a portal, Mr. Tosukhowong prepared the participants for a session in which they would experiment with video conferencing, and understand its usage in e-community centres or e-government.

Chong defined good governance as domestic laws and policies administered in a transparent and fair manner. Non-disrrimination can be defined as domestic regulations that do not discriminate against foreign and national service providers. The second set of policies relate to a pro-competitive regulatory Wework. & Conducive policy environment for e-government No preferences for specific technology solutions or platforms Technology neutrality funding for research and development Interoperability between hardware and software Key component of e-government initiatives Promotes choice, competition and innovation Mr.

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