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The Digital Dominion's Digital Divide

@inproceedings{Bohland2001TheDD,
  title={The Digital Dominion's Digital Divide},
  author={James R. Bohland and Maria. Papadakis and Richard John Worrall and Dave Zellmer},
  year={2001}
}
SPRING 2001 On August 31, 2000, Governor James S. Gilmore proclaimed Virginia the Digital Dominion. With the ambitious goal of making Virginia a model for the rest of the world, the governor is committed to promoting state growth and development through information technology (IT) and to using technology “to break down the barriers that distance people from their government.” Virginia is undoubtedly in the forefront of the IT revolution. Not only is Northern Virginia the home of some of the… 
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