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Weekly Round-up: September 26, 2014
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This week, several events and stories have marked 10 years since the E-Government Act was signed into law on Dec 17, 2012. Looking back, the statute shows what can come from a bipartisan, bicameral process around achieving a common set of goals; looking forward, the Act’s structure supports continued innovation in government.
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Thanks for reading our Round-ups and other content in 2012. See you in 2013!
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How the next stage of 3D Printing will create a new market space, how governments can benefit, and what they need to do now to spur its growth.
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Articles from across the Web that we found interesting, the week of December 10, 2010
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Dr. Phil Joyce, author of an IBM Center report, "The Cost of Budget Uncertainty," joined me on a Special Edition of The Business of Government Hour: A Conversation with Authors to discuss his report, the fiscal cliff, federal budget dysfunction and its cost, continuing resolutions, and recommendations to ameliorate the adverse effects of the current budget uncertainty.
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Articles from across the Web that we found interesting, the week of December 03, 2012
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Governments have been active participants in developing software, and have benefited from that activity in many ways. Now is the time for governments to get involved in the Maker community to enable an entirely new marketplace to emerge: Products as a Service.
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Each edition of The Business of Government magazine seeks to highlight the latest trends and best practices for improving government effectiveness. We do this by introducing you to the efforts of key government executives, the work of public management practitioners, and the insights of leading academics; and the differing ways they tackle many of the pressing public management issues facing us today.
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The advent of social media has opened up new roads on which digital brigands operate, but the methods that they use are decades (if not centuries) old.
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Is technology an operating cost to be cut or an investment that creates large-scale savings? The latter is the premise being posed in a report by tech industry specialists in a new report.
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