The digital reality: e-government and access to technology and internet for American Indian and Alaska Native populations

@article{Parkhurst2015TheDR,
  title={The digital reality: e-government and access to technology and internet for American Indian and Alaska Native populations},
  author={Nicholet Deschine Parkhurst and Traci Morris and Emery Tahy and Karen Mossberger},
  journal={Proceedings of the 16th Annual International Conference on Digital Government Research},
  year={2015}
}
Information and communications technologies are powerful resources and tools for tribal governments to engage with their constituents, deliver services, conduct efficient and transparent administration, interact with other governments, and carry out policies. Digital government may in many ways be even more critical for tribes than for many other governments. As sovereign nations, tribal governments are engaged in complex relationships with other governments: local, state and federal… 

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