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E-Gov Act of 2002 One Year Old
In December 2002, the E-Government Act of 2002 a bill touted by many as a turning point for government operations - was signed into law. Now, one year later, observers are examining whether the act is fulfilling its objective to transition government agencies into the internet-era.

"The law touched on nearly every aspect of technology management. It defined measurements of e-government success and expectations for action. It solidified legislative concepts and activities, attaching funding and deadlines to actions and outlining priorities. It also required the development of some key e-government applications."

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