E-Government


David Bismark: E-Voting Without Fraud

Headlines around the world testify to the fraud and human error often associated with elections. From missing ballot boxes and corrupt pollsters to dangling chads and computer hackers, it is no secret that voting is not a perfect system. David Bismarck designs voting systems. He has never run for office, nor is he a public official. Bismarck simply recognized the flaws with current democratic voting systems and worked with colleagues to develop a new one...

A Citizen’s Guide to Open Government, E-Government, and Government 2.0

Engaged citizens want clear, credible information from the government about how it’s carrying on its business. They don’t want to thumb through thousands of files or wait month after month or go through the rigors of filing claims through FOIA (Freedom of Information Act). They want government information, services, and communication to be forthcoming and swift...

 

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