by William D. Eggers
Manhattan Institute
March 02, 2005
Based on interviews with over 500 leading politicians, researchers, technology industry CEOs and leaders, futurists and front-line public employees, Government 2.0 discusses the possibility of using technology to overcome bureaucratic inertia and provide more open, efficient, and effective governments. From transportation to education to elections to law enforcement, the digital revolution is transforming government and politics.

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