- Cross-border interoperability;
- reduction of administrative burdens;
- inclusive eGovernment, and;
- transparency and democratic engagement.
In the photo, the State of Utah receives the Best of the Web Award from Center for Digital Government Director, Cathilea Robinett.
Our office was recently invited to participate in NASCIO's technical architecture initiative so you can expect to begin to see more posting on Bob Woolley's blog again, as well as the latest plans on the DTS site. This initiative has the potential to yield a variety of benefits to the State, business and financial, which we will try to identify and prioritize.
I tried out Google's new online presentation tool today and it seems to work great. It has a very simple interface and allows users to collaborate both on the development, but also during the presentation with a built-in chat function. I'll be using the tool to put together a few egov and technical architecture presentations to share with others.
There are a few other Web 2.0 tools that I want to look at that will be coming out shortly, including:
Check out WorldMeter, it has an interesting look at real-time information.