Electronic Government: Federal Initiatives Are Evolving Rapidly But They Face Significant Challenges: T-AIMD/GGD-00-179

McClure, David L.
May 2000
GAO Reports;5/22/2000, p1
Government Document
Presents the testimony of Statement of Government-wide and Defense Information Systems Accounting and Information Management Division associate director David McClure about electronic government issues before the United States House Subcommittee on Government Management, Information and Technology, Committee on Government Reform. Suggestion that electronic government can build upon electronic commerce experiences and approaches; Government's use of the Internet.


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