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This new report builds upon a previous IBM Center publication by John O'Looney, " Using Technology to Increase Citizen Participation in Government: The Use of Models and Simulation. " In that report, Professor O'Looney described early efforts to engage citizens via the use of models and simulations. Those tools can be used both to educate citizens about(More)
abstract This article evaluates the current practice of digital government in large municipalities worldwide. The study assesses 84 cities from around the world that use a five-stage e-government framework. Our research and methodology goes beyond previous research by utilizing 92 measures that were translated into the native language of each city. In(More)
abstract This article evaluates the current practice of digital government in large municipalities worldwide. The study assesses 84 cities from around the world that use a five-stage e-government framework. Our research and methodology goes beyond previous research by utilizing 92 measures that were translated into the native language of each city. In(More)
In the Information Age, simultaneous citizen-government interaction through information and communication technologies (ICTs) such as e-mails, digital policy forums through bulletin boards, and real-time digital chat has already happened. Digital deliberation is one of examples for improving citizen-government interaction through ICTs. In this context, it(More)
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