Friday, July 24, 2009

e-Government, the Trend Continues

The Brookings Institute recently held an event titled "Innovation in Government: How to Make the Public Sector Faster, Smarter and More Connected". Experts in e-Government discussed technology tools that policymakers at the federal and state levels are using to not only share information with citizens, but engage them in the process. Other interesting sources of information on this topic include Transparent-gov, with links to state websites; GovTwit, a directory of government twitterers; and a directory of links to legislative caucus websites, Twitter pages, Youtube pages, Facebook pages, and blogs courtesy of the National Conference of State Legislators. Follow on Twitter or Facebook.

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