‘The “e” in Government Projects: Basic Issues’, by Thomas Riley
Today we present The Riley Report – April 2007. The report asseses the importance of e-governance in relation to achieving success in e-government applications. As new technologies bring increasing changes for governments around the world, this results in new challenges to governments whose citizens want access to government through an array of technologies, sound policies, privacy and security assurances, accessible services and other interactive programs between government agencies and the citizenry.
Thomas Riley, the author, is the Executive Director of the Commonwealth Centre for e-Governance, and has been an information and policy expert for the past thirty-five years, including being involved in the e-governance and e-government process.