The E-Governance Institute at Rutgers University:
The E-governance Institute's mission is to explore how the internet and other information technologies have and will continue to impact the productivity and performance of the public sector and how e-government fosters new and deeper citizen involvement within the governing process. The Institute is committed through its work to supporting the gathering and sharing of knowledge, information and data in order to increase the understanding of how e-governance can strengthen the fundamental partnership between the public sector and the private citizen.

EJEG: Electronic Journal of e-Government:
An online journal that publishes articles and papers that contribute to the development of both the study and practice of all aspects of e-Government and web-enabling technology in the public sector.

The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries.
The Electronic Journal of Information Systems in Developing Countries (EJISDC) strives to be the foremost international forum for practitioners, teachers, researchers and policy makers to share their knowledge and experience in the design, development, implementation, management and evaluation of information systems and technologies in developing countries. EJISDC focuses on the digital divide. Its aim is to situate contemporary trends in ICTs within a fully global context.

IBMs Institute for Electronic Government:
The IBM Institute for Electronic Government Briefing Center is designed for domestic and international public sector executives managing the transformation of their organizations in a rapidly changing world. The Center has unique insights to share on the best practices of innovation and transformation. The Center includes a wide range of demonstrations on how existing and emerging technologies and solutions are used by leading public sector organizations to transform the way they conduct business.

Breaking Barriers to eGovernment: Overcoming obstacles to improving European public services
A three-year project funded by the European Commission that investigated the legal, organisational, technological barriers to expanding effective eGovernment services using the Internet, and that defined possible solutions at a European level to overcome such obstacles. The project was led by the Oxford Internet Institute, a multidisciplinary department at the University of Oxford that studies the Internet and society.

Accenture: From e-Government to e-Governance:
An ongoing research study that examines how governments use new technologies and older technologies in innovative ways to strengthen their relationships with citizens and improve the effectiveness and efficiency of public services.

UNESCO E-Governance Capacity-Building:
This project aims to promote the use of ICT tools in municipalities to enhance good governance. Training modules on e-governance for local decision-makers are developed and implemented according to a prior assessment of needs and opportunities in the following participating regions: Africa, Latin America and the Caribbean. This website focuses on the project’s objectives, activities and outcomes in both regions (Africa and Latin America & the Caribbean). It also provides useful information resources on the topic of e-governance, such as online research reports and surveys, as well as links to other projects and important events world-wide.

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